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London-based sales and distribution banner Carnaby International has locked down a series of acquisitions for its Middle East-set spy thriller, Damascus Cover. Among the pickups for the Jonathan Rhys Meyers– and John Hurt-starring title, currently in post-production, were HGC in China, India’s Empire Networks and South African distributor Crystal Brook.
Carnaby also secured a number of sales for its upcoming comedy-drama Salty, from Con Air and The Expendables 2 director Simon West, teaming again with HGC for China. Other buyers for the title — which is described as The Hangover meets Get Him to the Greek and follows an aging rock star whose ex-supermodel wife is kidnapped by pirates — include Prorom for six Eastern European territories, Flins y Piniculas for Spain and Vistcom for India, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Other sales include Arthur & Merlin, which went to Germany (Tiberius), China (HGC), Spain (Flins y Piniculas) and the former Yugoslavia (Discovery) and reportedly has offers in from Japan and the U.S., and the Scott Eastwood-starring Mercury Plains, which also went to Flins y Piniculas for Spain.
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