BARCELONA — Delphine Perrier’s Stonebrook Intl. has licensed “XP3D” to Germany’s Universum Film and Italy’s Moviemax.
A psychological horror-thriller, budgeted at $7.2 million, “XP3D” is produced by Rodar y Rodar (“The Orphanage,” “Julia’s Eyes,” which amassed $79 million and $15 million worldwide, respectively). Antena 3 Films co-produces.
Helmed by first-timer Sergi Vizcaino, pic is Spain’s first 3D horror movie. It’s penned by Dani Padro. Some sneak-peek excerpts were screened at the Sitges Film Festival, unleashing sizable expectations, especially among the fanbase’s online community.
“XP3D” cast includes some of Spain’s hottest TV thesps — Amaia Salamanca, Maxi Iglesias and Lucho Fernandez.
“XP3D” has added a flurry of smaller territory deals, including Turkey (Media Max), Middle East (Gulf Film), Indonesia (Queen Films), Philippines
(Suraya), Thailand (Noori), Peru, (Eurofilm), Venezuela (Cine Unidos) and CIS (Carmen Film).
Other major territory negotiations are in progress, Perrier said.
Sony will open “XP3D” in Spain on Dec. 28.
Perrier, a former Paramount Vantage exec, launched Stonebrook last year.