LONDON — Anchor Bay Entertainment UK, the British arm of the Starz-owned, Beverly Hills-based distribution company, has inked a co-production pact with Jonathan Sothcott's London-based indie…
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Anchor Bay Films has acquired all North American rights to Phil Morrison’s “Almost Christmas,” starring Paul Giamatti and Paul Rudd, for a fall release. Production companies are Anchor Bay Films…
Anchor Bay Films has set a fall release for CineTel's horror sequel "I Spit on Your Grave 2," which wrapped production late last year with Steven R. Monroe directing.
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Business goes on at the Tribeca Film Festival, even for films that aren’t in Tribeca: Anchor Bay, whose acquisitions exec is in Gotham for the fest, has acquired North American rights to “Small Time,”…
Day Two of the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival brings news of a second title picked up for distribution, with Anchor Bay snagging North American rights to horror outing "Mr. Jones" the day before its…
PARIS — L.A.-based Anchor Bay Films has snatched up all rights to Jeremy Lovering's Sundance-preeming "In Fear" from Studiocanal Group. Deal, announced March 8 by Anchor Bay Entertainment prexy Bill…
AMC Networks and Anchor Bay Entertainment have inked a home entertainment distribution pact across AMC’s portfolio of cablers including AMC, IFC and Sundance Channel. Partnership calls for Anchor Bay…
Anchor Bay Films has picked up distribution rights to Pathe Intl and WWE Studios' horror pic "No One Lives," starring Luke Evans.
"Officer Down" and "Pawn" have scored multiple sales with Anchor Bay Films taking all English-speaking territories for both actioners.
Anchor Bay Films has acquired North American distribution rights to director/writer Richard Bates, Jr.'s debut feature "Excision" following its world premiere at Sundance.