Greek financier Alkie David, who is based in London, has launched a sales company, Full On Entertainment, to handle his own films.
David has already produced three films, directed two of them himself, and bankrolled them all from his own pocket. Full On is selling the slate at Cannes.
“Oxygen,” directed by David, is a drama about a Greek female diver. “Adonis of Orange Country,” also helmed by David, is a comedy about an American surfer who comes to work in Greece and discovers he’s the reincarnation of an ancient Greek hero.
“The Landlord,” written and directed by Hans Rudinoff, is about an insane landlord.
This year David plans to shoot drug rehab drama “Coke-Head,” starring Emily Lloyd.
David is a scion of a wealthy Greek industry family who studied film at London’s Royal College of Art before moving to Los Angeles where he set up Beverly Hills Digital Group.