Koch Media has nabbed German rights to Mukunda Michael Dewil's action thriller "Drop" from K5 Intl. Pic follows a special ops officer as he attempts to free the U.S. Vice President, who is being held…
U.K. distrib Kaleidoscope has picked up Maiken Baird and Michelle Major's docu "Venus & Serena" from K5 Intl. Pic, which follows the Williams sisters through a year of their lives, will be released…
Sales company K5 Intl. has closed several territory deals on spoof movie "Superfast!," which is produced by the team that delivered "Date Movie," "Meet the Spartans" and "Vampires Suck." K5 Intl. has…
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Le Pacte, the French distributor of Nicolas Winding Refn's competition-preeming "Only God Forgives," has boarded director Duncan Jones' "Fleming," turning on James Bond creator Ian Fleming. Deal was…
Wrekin Hill Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to Bille August's thriller “Night Train to Lisbon” from K5 International, three months after its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival. Wrekin…
K5 Intl. has boarded doc "Venus and Serena" at Berlin's EFM. The film, helmed by Maiken Baird and Michelle Major, charts the emergence and rise to global domination of the tennis world's most…
K5 Intl. has picked up worldwide sales on 17th-century horror project "The Witch of New-Canaan Woode," which it will be pre-selling at AFM.
Brit helmer Duncan Jones has signed on to direct a biopic about James Bond author Ian Fleming, whose life was as exciting as the hero he created.
LONDON -- Germany's K5 Media Group is continuing its international expansion, opening an office in Los Angeles headed by PalmStar Media Capital's Kevin Frakes, who will also serve as CEO of the group.
When budding foreign sales company K5 Intl. burst onto the scene at Cannes earlier this year with actioner "Vehicle 19," it marked a turning point for the nearly 5-year-old company.