Oscar-winning “Hurt Locker” producer-sales agency Voltage Pictures has rolled out sales on one of its key titles at next week’s European Film Market, Conor Allyn’s thriller “No Man’s Land.”
Set in modern-day Guanajuato and starring Jake Allyn, Frank Grillo, Andie MacDowell, George Lopez, Alex MacNicoll and Jorge A. Jimenez, “No Man’s Land” was released in the U.S. by IFC Films on Jan. 22, opening on over 250 screens and bowing as No. 2 for new releases and No. 3 for independent streaming films on iTunes.
International sales on “No Man’s Land” include the U.K. (Signature), Australia and New Zealand (Rialto), Italy (Leone) and pay TV Asia (Fox/Disney). Voltage has also closed Benelux (Just Media), Portugal (Cinemundo), Middle East (Front Row) and South Africa (Filmfinity).
Directed by Conor Allyn from a screenplay by Jake Allyn co-written by David Barraza, the thriller follows Jackson’s as he goes on the run into Mexico after he accidentally shoots an immigrant on his parent’s ranch in the border region of Texas dubbed “no man’s land.”
The film was shot in what Voltage describes as a “wildly dramatic” Guanajuato.
“No Man’s Land” is produced by Rob Allyn and sons Conor Allyn and Jake Allyn under their Margate House Films banner.
Margate House production credits also take in “Edge of the World,” a Samuel Goldwyn Films U.S. pickup, and Netflix’s award-winning drama “I’m No Longer Here,” Mexico’s 2021 Oscar submission that was recently selected for the Academy’s best international feature shortlist.