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Jinga scores rights to half dozen pix

AFM Brief

Newly minted U.K.-based sales company Jinga Films has closed half a dozen rights deals at the American Film Market.

Jinga’s sold “Everything,” with Ray Winstone, to Indie Films for the Netherlands and romantic comedy “Gamerz” to Terra for the U.S.

It also sold “Wild Country” to Legend for Germany and to Daylight for Brazil. And it made deals on “The Last Horror Movie” to Daylight (Brazil) and Neo Publishing for France, in addition to the 22 markets already sold.

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