Lisa Wilson’s Parlay Films is seeing solid sales for its titles “The Words” and “Arbitrage” at the American Film Market.
“The Words” stars Bradley Cooper as a writer at the peak of his literary success who discovers the price he must pay for stealing another’s work. Key markets sold include Australia/Fiji to Becker; Canada to Alliance; China to DDDream; CIS/Baltic States to West; France to FIP; Germany to Wild Bunch; Italy to Eagle; and Spain to Planeta.
“Words” is the directorial debut of “Tron Legacy” scribes Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal.
“Arbitrage,” directed by Nicholas Jarecki, centers on a troubled hedge-fund magnate, played by Richard Gere, who turns to an unlikely person for help after a crucial mistake involving a sale in his trading empire. Major territories sold are China to DDDream; CIS/Baltic States to MGN; France to Metropolitan; Germany to Wild Bunch; Italy to M2; Latin America to Swen; Scandinavia to Svensk and Spain to Tripics.