Green-Light International is selling a trio of titles at AFM, which opens Nov. 4:
— “Imperium,” starring Daniel Radcliffe as an FBI agent who goes undercover and joins a white supremacist group in order to expose a terrorist plot. It’s currently shooting in Virginia with Daniel Ragussis directing.
— Drama/thriller “Custody,” currently in post-production from writer/director James Lapine and starring Emmy winner Viola Davis, Catalina Sandino Moreno, Hayden Panettiere and Ellen Burstyn.
— Science-fiction horror film “Antibirth,” starring Natasha Lyonne, Chloe Sevigny, Meg Tilly and Mark Webber. It’s currently in post-production.
Green-Light chiefs Jeff Elliott and Chad Moore made the announcement. Sales executive Christian de Gallegos has been appointed as president of Green-Light International, overseeing the sales and distribution strategy for films produced under the Green-Light Group banner as well as titles produced independently by Elliott and Moore.
Third party acquisitions will be handled by de Gallegos, Elliott and Moore to augment the company’s international sales slate.
De Gallegos has been president of International Film Trust and VP of sales and distribution at Voltage Pictures, where he handled international distribution for over 70 titles including “Dallas Buyers Club” and “The Hurt Locker.”
Elliott’s credits include “Man Down,” “Vincent-N-Roxxy” and “Blunt Force Trauma.”
Green-Light International is represented by Lanius Law & Associates.