Cannes: The Exchange Takes 'Supremacy' To

Thriller centers on Aryan Brotherhood leader on the lam

Rounding out its Cannes slate, the Exchange has acquired international sales rights to Deon Taylor’s drama “Supremacy.”

Danny Glover, Julie Benz, Joe Anderson, Derek Luke, Anson Mount, Dawn Olivieri and Mahershala Ali star. Producers are Roxanne Avent and Vince Cirrincione with Aaron L. Gilbert and Robert Smith exec producing.

Story, penned by Eric J. Adams, recounts one night for a black family held captive by a leader in the Aryan Brotherhood (portrayed by Anderson) on the run from the law.

The Exchange’s slate at Cannes will also include Randall Miller’s “CBGB,” Richard LaGravanese’s “The Last 5 Years,” Jean-Claude Van Damme’s “Swelter” and Sebastian Silva’s thriller “Magic Magic,” which will have its international premiere in the Directors’ Fortnight.

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