Capella debuts a trio of pix

Feature production/sales outfit Capella Intl. is preeming in-house pix “Two Bits,””Exquisite Tenderness” and “The Last Tattoo” at the American Film Market, which opened Thursday in Santa Monica.

Arthur Cohn’s “Two Bits” stars Al Pacino, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and Gerlando Barone.

Set in 1933 Philadelphia, the film is directed by James Foley (“Glengarry Glen Ross”).

Psychological thriller “Exquisite” stars Isabel Glasser, James Remar, Sean Haberle, Charles Dance, Peter Boyle and Malcolm McDowell.

“Tattoo” is a romantic thriller set in World War II New Zealand. It stars Tony Goldwyn, Kerry Fox, Robert Loggia and Rod Steiger. In the pic, a search for a murder witness leads the investigators to a high-level conspiracy.

Capella will be screening the romantic comedy “A Business Affair” starring Christopher Walken, Carole Bouquet and Jonathan Pryce. The film details the love triangle among their three characters.

Danish political thriller “The Russian Singer,” penned by Danish Moscow correspondent Leif Davidsen, is about a Danish diplomat who is way out of his league in trying to uncover a conspiracy in Moscow with the help of a female Russian singer.

“We are extremely pleased to follow up our previously strong lineup headed by ‘My Life’ with this formidable trio of pictures,” Capella prexy/CEO Ortwin Freyermuth said in a release. “The new product encompasses audience pleasing genres that also provides our international distributors with the kind of projects that play strongly in all media.”

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