Berlin 2013: U.K. Indicates Hunger for Horror Titles
British sales banner Jinga Films reports brisk business on a slew of genre titles including Scottish cannibal horror film "Sawney: Flesh of Man" with U.K. distributor 101 Films.
U.K. based sales banner Jinga Films has inked a slew of deals with British distributors as the European Film Market chalks up its first day of trading.
Jinga said it has closed three deals for seven titles with a trio of U.K. distributors including inking a deal with 101 Films for Scottish cannibal horror Sawney: Flesh of Man starring David Hayman for which it plans a U.K. theatrical release in August.
101 also acquired US abduction horror Rites of Spring starring A.J. Bowen and Australian outback thriller Savages Crossing featuring John Jarratt of Wolf Creek fame.
Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment has picked up the former world heavyweight champion boxer Lennox Lewis produced Jamaican fight thriller Ghett'a A Life, Canadian virus horror Bad Meat starring Dave Franco and French survival horror The Hunt.
And Soda Films has snapped up the critically acclaimed Israeli horror Rabies for the U.K.
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