international film sales “Talking to the Trees” , 92 min. HD
A middle-class Parisian woman embarks on a quest to rescue the child her husband has abused from a Cambodian brothel and return her to her family in the Jungle.
international film sales Hamlet Canada, 2011, 87 min, HD“All is not well…”Directed by Bruce Ramsay, based on the play by William Shakespeare Official Selection Vancouver International Film Festival Treachery, Sex, Betrayal, Revenge and Murder are the hallmarks of this Shakespeare classic. A thrilling digital feature for a 21st century audience that preserves the emotion and energy of the original, but presents it in a brand new way.


international film sales “Gunslinger (aka Ecstasy of Gold)” , USA, 90 min. HD
Gunslingers/Ecstasy of Gold is a sharp shooting, gun slinging, stylized western exploring the sometimes hilarious intersection of lust, greed and money.
Butch (John Elliot) is a bounty hunter who just wants to get paid an honest amount for an honest day’s work; his chattel, morally corrupt Rattler Fenton just wants to cash in on his well hidden and – to hear him tell it – hard won gold. As Butch navigates an increasingly magical West in search of payment he is joined by a quirky band of outcasts and outlaws –including beautiful, ferocious Akemi (Narisa Suzuki) – and terrorized by the entirely evil but not entirely human Mondego gang. Good and Evil collide, as both heroes and villains alike are enthralled by the Ecstasy of GoldCLICK TO SEE “GUNSLINGER/ECSTASY OF GOLD” TRAILER
international film sales “The Maiden Danced to Death” , Canada-Hungary-Slovenia Co-production, 2010, 104 min, Drama, Directed by Endre Hules, Cinematography by Vilmos Zsigmond, and the Budapest Dance Ensemble.

Steve (Endres Hules) a dancer turned impresario returns from Canada to his native Hungary after 20 years. Communism is over, but the family-run dance company brings Steve into contact with old flames and new challenges in this dance-driven drama expertly shot with cinematographer Vilmos Zigmond (The Deer Hunter, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Deliverance)

Starring:Deborah Kara Unger (Silent Hill, The Game)Stephen McHattie (2012, 300, The Fountain) Endre Hules (Angels and Demons, Zoolander, Apollo 13)Gil Bellows (Weather Man, The Shawshank Redemption)

international film sales ANCHOR BABY, Canada, 2011, 94 minUS based immigration themed thriller

Anchor Baby is a very emotional story of an Illegal immigrant couple living in the United States,

on a daring journey to achieve the “American Dream” for their unborn child.


Lovers in a Dangerous Time movie Lovers in a Dangerous Time“, Canada 2009“An undeniably lovely film: natural, gorgeously shot, haunting funny and practically oozing with Canadiana!” — Eric Volmer, Calgary HeraldIt’s an award-winning comedy about youthful regrets, a love story without consummation, a return to a home that was never forgotten. A story where boy meets girl, only they have known each other since they were two. It’s a romance, Canadian style.
Childhood friends Todd and Allison are reunited at their high school reunion after their lives have gone in widely different directions. Ten years after graduation, Todd remains a local could-have-been, while Allison illustrates childrens books and wonders what might-have-been if she had stayed in her hometown. Fueled by hope, longing, and nostalgia, they embark on a romantic, if illusory, adventure to recapture lost love and happiness.


international film sales Through The Glass, USA, 2010, 86 min. Romantic Comedy starring Stephanie OkerekeNo 1 Box Office Film Theatrical release in Nigeria Fall 2009, with 10M NairaJeffrey [Garret Mckechnie] lives the ultimate bachelor’s life going through numerous non-committed relationships, but struggles to excel at work and gain his father’s love and acceptance. Jeffrey’s life gets even more intriguing when life deals him a card that stops him in his tracks. On a typical day, he returns from work to find a note “take care of your responsibility” left on top of a baby who is abandoned on his doorstep. In nothing short of what is scary, confusing and comedic, he turns to his Nigerian neighbor, Ada [Stephanie Okereke] who he has a secret crush on, to help him. What happens to the baby? Will Jeffrey break through the glass of his phobia for commitment and keep the baby? Will Jeffrey confess his secret crush on Ada?


international film sales The Italian Writer: USA 2010 Starring: Lucia Moniz, (Love Actually, Second Life) and Diogo Morgado (upcoming role of Joseph in 2011 release of “Mary Mother of Christ” with Al Pacino)A charming couple meet by accident in a Lisbon train station. They immediately connect. But each harbors a deep secret that may stand in the way of their exploding attraction. A postcard of Lisbon, with a handsome cast and an excellent soundtrack, this film features two breakout actors full of Latin flavor, in English.CLICK TO SEE “THE ITALIAN WRITER” TRAILER