EEAP Now Called A Company Film Licensing International
The group has bought rights for such titles as "Cloud Atlas" and "Machete" across Eastern Europe.
COLOGNE, Germany - Berlin-based licensing group Eastern European Acquisition Pool, or EEAP, has been rebranded under the name A Company Film Licensing International.
The company's on-demand operations, Hungarian-based EEAP On Demand, has been renamed A Company On Demand.
The name changes unite all of A Company's licensing and distribution operations under a single brand.
A Company Film Licensing International is one of the leading rights companies for the Russian and Eastern European markets. The group boasts a library of more than 400 titles ranging from the Saw franchise to such art-house successes as The Reader and The King's Speech.
Most recently, A Company bowed Cloud Atlas to stellar success in the region, grossing around $25 million across CIS and Eastern Europe, including about $20 million in Russia and Ukraine alone.
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