Claus Boje Sells 50% Stake in German Distributor Delphi
DCM Productions takes full control of Delphi, which is releasing “The Artist” in Germany.
COLOGNE, Germany – Claus Boje has sold the remaining half of his German distribution company Delphi Filmverleih to DCM Productions for an undisclosed sum.
DCM - a Berlin production group founded by Dario Suter, Christoph Daniel and Marc Schmidheiny – bailed out the involvent Delphi last year, buying up half of the company. At the time, Boje said he would continue to run the indie distributor, which he founded in 1989.
Delphi is hoping its new slate, which includes Oscar-favorite The Artist and German comedy Jonas, will revive its fortunes.
Boje will continue to work with Delphi, which will handle the German release of his upcoming production, The Measuring of the World in 3D.
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