Tartan scares up ‘Ghost’

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CANNES — Tartan Films has acquired North American and U.K. rights to “Ghost of Mae Nak,” a Thai-language horror pic helmed byfirst-time British writer/director Mark Duffield.

Pic, sold internationally by De Warrenne Pictures, reached No. 3 at the box office in Thailand and No. 2 in Malaysia.

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