Glen Basner's FilmNation to Rep International Sales for U.K. Producer Good Films
The long-term sales pact will begin at the European Film Market in Berlin next month.
LONDON -- British production banner Good Films has inked a long-term sales pact for all of its output with Glen Basner’s FilmNation Entertainment.
The partnership will kick off during the upcoming Berlin Film Festival's European Film Market in February.
Good Films, founded by producer Miriam Segal, currently has a slate of six films budgeted from $10 million to $52 million.
The company's 2013 production lineup includes The Infiltrator, directed by Brad Furman (The Lincoln Lawyer), which begins shooting soon.
The studio's second big project planned for this year is Invisible, with Everardo Gout (Days of Grace) attached to direct.
Other projects on the slate include the adaptation of crime novel Postcard Killers by James Patterson and Swedish author Liza Marklund, and an adaptation of New York-based writer Siri Hustvedt's novel What I Loved.