Berlin: Relativity Partners With eOne and Forum Film Israel (Exclusive)
Ryan Kavanaugh's company already has a deal with eOne to distribute films in the U.K. and Canada.
Relativity International is expanding its list of output partners, forming deals with distributors eOne for Benelux and Forum Film Israel.
Relativity already has deals with eOne to distribute its films in the U.K. and Canada, which covered recent movies like Free Birds, Luc Besson’s The Family and the new Kevin Costner thriller 3 Days to Kill.
Forum Film Israel, meanwhile, has already been releasing Relativity films for several years, with the Snow White movie Mirror, Mirror and Safe Haven among the titles. The new pact formalizes the partnership.
"In the last few years, we have distributed Relativity films through different companies. We are very happy to establish direct relations with Relativity and are very proud to become Relativity's home in Israel," said Mooky Greidinger, Forum Film CEO.
The deals occur on the eve of Berlin’s European Film Market, where Relativity will be selling the coming-of-age sci-fi pic Earth to Echo, the James Marsden romantic drama The Best of Me and the musical romance Blackbird.
The company will also be selling Atlas Independent’s The Man on Carrion Road, starring Patrick Wilson, and Mojave, starring Oscar Isaac and Garrett Hedlund.
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