Altitude takes flight with Roses, Daddy
by Naman Ramachandran
- Company slate for EFM 2013 grows to seven films
Altitude Film Entertainment has added two films to their slate, growing to seven films that will be represented at the European Film Market. The latest additions are Shane Meadows’ music documentary The Stone Roses: Made of Stone (photo) and Catch Me Daddy, a thriller written and directed by debutant Daniel Wolfe.
The Stone Roses: Made of Stone is produced by Mark Herbert for Warp Films and fully financed by Film4. It is currently in post, with Revolver Entertainment releasing the film in early summer. Set for production in March, Catch Me Daddy is produced by Mike Elliott of Emu Films and has been co-developed and co-financed by Film4 and the BFI Film Fund, with production finance support from Screen Yorkshire and Lip Sync with StudioCanal distributing in UK.
Recent Altitude deals include: The Good People to be directed by Corin Hardy was sold to Momentum (UK), Cinemania (former Yugoslavia), Multivision (Singapore, Philippines), Phars (Middle East), Queen (Indonesia) and Suraya (Malaysia); Kill Your Friends [+see also:
film profile] to be directed by Owen Harris has sold to StudioCanal (UK), Cinemania (former Yugoslavia), Cinesky (Airlines) and Phars (Middle East); Outpost 37 to be directed by Jabbar Raisani has sold to CCC (Japan), Entertainment One (UK, France, Germany, Austria, Scandinavia, South Africa, South Korea), Impuls (Switzerland), Multivision (Singapore, Philippines), Phars (Middle East), Premium (CIS) and Queen (Indonesia); and Son of a Gun written and to be directed by Julius Avery was sold to Ascot Elite (Germany, Austria, Switzerland), California Films (Latin America), Cinemania (former Yugoslavia), Penny Black Media (Airlines), Phars (Middle East) and PT Amero (Indonesia).
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