AFM: Invincible Swallows Iggy Pop's 'Blood Orange' For U.S. (Exclusive)

Iggy Pop in Crowd - H 2014
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Iggy Pop in Crowd - H 2014

The film was on the slate being offered by Carnaby.

The Iggy Pop-starring thriller Blood Orange has found itself a spot in U.S. distributor Invincible’s AFM shopping cart.

The film was on the slate being offered by Carnaby, and also secured a deal in New Zealand with pay-TV operator Sky Television Network, who picked up a slew of other titles from the London-based banner, including North vs. South, Four, The Truth Commissioner, Winter and Casual Encounters.

Elsewhere for Carnaby, the Scott Eastwood-starring thriller Mercury Plains also secured multiple territory deals. The project — first announced in Cannes and directed by Charles Burmeister — was picked up in Germany (Lighthouse), Latin America (California Films), Australia (Eagle) and the Middle East (International Film Distribution).

Kids in Love — the Cara Delevingne-starring coming of age drama having its market bow — landed a home in France (Factoris).

"We have a ton more which are in final negotiations," said Carnaby CEO Sean O’Kelly, who added that there had been three sold-out screenings of the Jonathan Rhys Meyers spy thriller Damascus Cover, which was first announced in Berlin.