"A Singular Crime"
FilmSharks has closed a bunch of deals at EFM for WarnerMedia/Particular-Crowd produced thriller "A Singular Crime." KOBA films took all rights for France and French speaking Europe; IV productions took all rights for Russia/CIS; AMC took all digital Tv/SVOD rights for East Europe and Spafax inflight-Airline rights. A US deal and top label and an Italian all rights deal are imminent and Korea, Japan, Australia, Germany are in discussions at the market.
"A Singular Crime" (“Un Crimen Argentino”) is a True-Crime/Thriller by Lucas Combina, based on the Best-Selling Novel by Reynaldo Sietecase (Penguin Random House) and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures in Latin America.
Starring by Nicolas Francella ("El Cuento de las Comadrejas"), Darío Grandinetti ("Relatos Salvajes"), Matias Mayer ("IOSI: El Espía Arrepentido"), Luis Luque ("Tiempo de Valientes"), the film is based on true events. In a race against time, two jurists will try to solve the case of an intriguing disappearance of a wealthy businessman, while facing the interference of a police officer subordinated to the repressive power.
NEW FEATURE FILMS
In the frame of EFM, Filmsharks has also signed a production deal with Hugo Cardozo' banner HJ Produccion and Rene Ruiz Diaz' Urban Achievers for the production of at least 3 genre feature films. The first feature film is titled "No Entres" ("DO NOT ENTER" ) and it's now in post-production and the first teaser was presented for EFM Buyers as an exclusive.
Hugo Carodozo's new horror "Do Not Enter" film is a found footage, narrates how two social media influencers get recorded their adventure to satisfy their channel growing audience demand and find out whats' going on in mysterious mansion lost in the middle of jungle.
On the other hand, Paramount Picture teamed with Eric Heisserer's Chonology to develop the American remake of Hugo Cardozo's "Morgue" where Guido Rud and Hugo Cardozo are EP's. The film smashed sales hit including all major territories such us USA (Well Go); LatAm (WarnerMedia); as well as Korea; Japan; France; Spain; and Russia.