PARIS – Making good on upbeat festival reception, Paris-based Reel Suspects has rolled out sales on "Demon," a title made sadly all the more famous by the tragic abrupt death of its director…
Matteo Lovadina's Paris-based Reel Suspects has sold U.S rights to supernatural fantasy "Horsehead," a French genre auteur fest hit, to Raymond Murray's Artsploitation Films, a indie distributor…
France, the land that coined the term "auteur," is a welcoming market for U.S. arthouse fare. There's even an event — the Champs-Elysees Film Festival, soon to unspool its second edition along the…
FilmSharks Intl. has taken Latin American rights to "The Second Death," the latest film from Buenos Aires' Magma Cine, one of Latin America's fastest-growing production houses.
SITGES -- Helmer Kristina Buozyte's sci-fi love story "Vanishing Waves," which won Europe's Golden Melies Thursday night at Sitges, has begun to close sales worldwide, rolling off its four prizes at…
As the EFM wraps up, Matteo Lovadina's Reel Suspects is closing further deals on "X-Femmes" and its Sexploitation Collection.
French sales company Reel Suspects has inked more pacts on Laurent Bouhnik's erotic comedy "Q," and David Verbeek's "Club Zeus."
French sales and acquisition exec Matteo Lovadina has launched Reel Suspects, a Paris-based sales and co-production company. The outfit will specialize on European arthouse fare, ranging from genre…
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