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Moving Pictures Film and TV picked up multiterritory sales at Hong Kong’s Filmart for its slate, which includes the dark comedy Miss Nobody and the horror film Grey Skies.
Grey Skies and the True 3D film Robin Hood: Ghosts of Sherwood, were sold to HGC Entertainment Ltd. in China. Grey Skies and 300 Killers were sold to Soundspace International Ltd. in Indonesia. Exec vp Ted Chalmers brokered the deals.
Additional sales on Skies include a three picture deal with Tiberius in Germany, which also includes From the Shadows and Girls of Summer.
The company also sold Miss Nobody, starring Leslie Bibb, Adam Goldberg, Kathy Baker, Missi Pyle, Brandon Routh, Vivica Fox and Barry Bostwick, to TeleMunchen in Germany, Carmen Films in Russia, Viasat in Scandinavia and Mnet in South Africa.
Miss Nobody tells the story of an unlucky in love secretary (Bibb), whose life is forever changed when a serendipitous promotion gone wrong sets in motion a hilarious set of events. The film has been an official selection at several festivals, including 2010 Seattle International Film Festival, 2010 Boston Film Festival (Bibb, best actress; Miss Nobody, best ensemble cast) and 2010 Austin Film Festival.
Grey Skies is a horror film with sci-fi elements, and tells the story of college friends reuniting for a weekend, during which they encounter a terrible surprise; Robin Hood: Ghosts of Sherwood, shot in Real 3D, is a retelling of the classic Robin Hood story featuring fantasy elements; and 300 Killers is a crime drama crossed with an action/adventure film.
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