Toronto: Little Film Company Nabs World Sales Rights To ‘The Barber’

The Barber

The Little Film Company has picked up world sales rights to “The Barber” (formerly known as “Trigger”), and is presenting the pic to buyers for the first time at the Toronto International Film Festival, Little Film co-president Robbie Little announced Thursday.

“Barber” — a father-son horror-thriller starring Scott Glenn and Chris Coy — is the first pic produced through Chapman Filmed Entertainment, a prodco launched in 2012 by Chapman U’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts.

Chapman alum Basel Owies directed from a script penned by Max Enscoe.

Chapman Filmed Entertainment’s Travis Knox produced, while Bob Yari and William Immerman served as exec producers.

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  1. Bill B says:

    This movie is embarrassingly awful.

  2. The Barber says:

    CFE is something to watch–the first production company associated with one of the best film schools in the country.

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