London-based sales and financing company Amp International has secured a string of deals on its Canadian horror Z.
The film has sold to Latin America (Imagem), Japan (New Select), Cis (Paradise Mgn), Pan Asian Ptv/Ott (Fox Networks Group Asia), Middle East (Front Row), Greece (Odeon), Philippines and Malaysia (Metropolis Television Inc), Indonesia and Vietnam (Pt Cahaya Prima Film), Taiwan (Movie Cloud) and Thailand (SahaMongkol).
Z is the second collaboration between writer-director Brandon Christensen and writer-producer Colin Minhan. Their previous film Still/Born was distributed internationally after premiering at the Overlook Film Festival.
The genre pic, which completed principle photography last month in and around Calgary, marks the second collaboration between writer-director Brandon Christensen and writer-producer Colin Minihan. Their previous movie Still/Born debuted at Overlook Film Festival and was picked up by Vertical Entertainment for the U.S.
Starring are Keegan Connor Tracy (Bates Motel), Sean Rogerson (Grave Encounters) and Jett Klyne (Sky Scraper). Producers are Minihan, Christensen, Kurtis David Harder, and Chris Ball. ICM reps North America. Above is a first look at the movie.
Tribeca and SXSW alum Minihan directed 2011 horror Grave Encounters and most recently the IFC Midnight pick-up What Keeps You Alive.
Amp’s slate also includes Romola Garai’s Outside, Flash Gordon doc Life After Flash and comedy James Vs His Future Self.
For Mary, the joy of her infant son Adam’s birth is overshadowed by the devastating stillborn death of his twin brother Thomas. Concerned husband Jack relocates them to a spacious new home in secluded suburbia while Mary makes fast friends with their neighbor Rachel. But fresh faces, new surroundings, and even post-partum medication can’t spin Mary’s haunted motherhood mindset off its deepening descent into horrifying depression. Soon she’s convinced that an otherworldly evil wants to claim her remaining baby for its own…
Postpartum depression is a very tricky subject matter to approach for any movie, not to mention a horror movie. Hell, even doctors struggle to tackle the subject in real life, so when it comes to reel life filmmakers have to be Very careful
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