AFM Buyers to See First Big Screen Teaming of Ray Winstone and Daughter Jaime
UPDATED: Duo star in Ryan Andrews-directed "Elfie Hopkins," touted by U.K.'s Kaleidoscope Film Distribution.
LONDON – Buyers landing at this year’s American Film Market will be offered the first big screen teaming of Ray Winstone and his daughter Jaime in Elfie Hopkins.
Directed by Ryan Andrews, the movie details the story of a young wannabe detective in a sleepy village who uncovers the sticky truth that the new arrivals in town are a family of cannibals.
The finished film is being debuted at the AFM by British-based banner Kaleidoscope Film Distribution, launched in August last year.
The fledgling company also boasts William & Kate: The First Anniversary Celebration, a feature-length documentary using news footage and Royal expert talking heads on its sophmore AFM sales slate.
The British sales company has already sold the film Mercenaries to Grindstone for North America during the Marche du Film in Cannes this year.
Kaleidscope also has classic AFM flavored fair on its roster with Strippers vs Werewolves, starring Robert Englund and Steven Berkoff among others, which pretty much does what it says on the tin.
The British sales outfit is aiming to debut footage for Strippers alongside Interview With A Hitman, a British set thriller about an Eastern European assassin on the run from his past who gets embroiled in fresh gangster wars in the British capital.
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