EEAP Signs VOD/TV Deal With Kino Swiat in Poland
The deal includes more than 800 titles, among them “The King’s Speech” and “The Ides of March.”
COLOGNE, Germany – Rights group EEAP has signed a three-year VOD and TV deal with Poland’s leading indie distributor Kino Swiat. The agreement will give EEAP access to Kino Swiat's film library for VOD and TV exploitation in the Polish market. Swiat's catalogue includes such titles as Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris and Sarah Jessica Parker vehicle I Don't Know How She Does It. EEAP’s catalogue includes rights to film such as The King’s Speech, The Ides of March, the Saw franchise and the up-coming feature Cloud Atlas, which EEAP parent firm A Company is co-producing. Together, the agreement covers some 800 films. The new deal extends the agreement Kino Swiat and A Company have had in place since 2005.
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