Kew Media Group Picks Up ‘How to Get Girls’

Company launching comedy starring Chris Elliott, David Koechner, and Chris Kattan at AFM

Kew Media Picks Up ‘How To
Kew Media Group

Kew Media Group has nabbed international rights to “How to Get Girls,” the comedy from Nancy Glass (“Tanked”).

The film stars newcomers Zach Fox and Martin Cervantez as geeky friends who are writing a comic book. They are separated when one moves to Antarctica. Upon being reunited, the now-older friends set about learning how to meet girls in a coming-of-age comedy.

Fox and Dorani star opposite well-known comedy actors Chris Elliott (“Groundhog Day”), David Koechner (“Anchorman”), and Chris Kattan (“Saturday Night Live”). Omri Dorani directs.

Kew is the film and TV production group that has been acquiring and building out during an ongoing period of M&A. It bought Content Media, which now carries the Kew moniker.

Kew Media’s president of film, Jamie Carmichael, and EVP of Sales, Jonathan Ford, will launch “How to Get Girls” at the American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica next week. Its AFM slate also include murder mystery “Bees Make Honey,” Jeremy Irons and Jack Huston comedy “An Actor Prepares,” and sci-fi title “Higher Power.”