NeoClassics launching home video division

First release is Van Rompaey's 'Moscow, Belgium'

Vancouver-based NeoClassics Films is launching a new division, NeoClassics Home Entertainment, which will distribute in the U.S. home entertainment market.

NHE's first release will be Christophe Van Rompaey's "Moscow, Belgium," slated for Jan. 26.

Other upcoming releases include "Captain Abu Raed," "The Black Balloon" and "Surviving Crooked Lake."

NHE is being managed by Rene Leda and Anatol Chavez.

Irwin Olian, CEO of NeoClassics, said the new home entertainment division "will now provide us with the opportunity to maximize penetration of our pictures in the home video marketplace, as well as offering to producers, sales agents and other distributors the opportunity to maximize home video revenues on their product with the lowest possible fees, costs and overheads, while maintaining transparency and accountability throughout the distribution process."