Sunday, 12 February 2012

K-11 to premiere at Cannes?

Intandem Films has said that 2012 has started extremely well for the company.

After its AGM, Gary Smith, the CEO and Chairman, commented: "The film Ecstasy has secured distribution in the UK and will be released in cinemas in April 2012. Ecstasy is the follow-up book to Trainspotting, written by Irvine Welsh, and the film's potential popularity is evidenced by almost 600,000 "Likes" on its Facebook page ahead of its release. The film will be screened to international buyers at the Berlin Film Festival in February.

"Comes a Bright Day has been selected for Competition at the Berlin Film Festival, where the film will be premiered. The UK film stars Imogen Poots, Craig Roberts, Timothy Spall and Kevin McKidd and features original music by Paul McCartney.

"K-11 is in final stages of post production in Los Angeles and is expected to be premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2012."We have stated clearly that our strategy is to represent at least six major films per annum for international sales and to earn Executive Producer fees for helping to arrange the financing for films. We are very confident of achieving our target for the calendar year of 2012."

How amazing is this news if true. We will keep on it. Exciting!!

Source via @kstewangel thank you so much for the head's up.

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