UK sales and distribution company Blue Finch Films has secured key deals on Deadstream, The beta test and Barbarians.
American horror comedy Deadstream was sold in Germany and Italy (Koch Films), Scandinavia (Mis. Label), France (VOD Factory), Benelux (Premiere TV), Poland (Velvet Spoon) and Israel (Yes).
The SXSW premiere is the feature debut of husband and wife director duo Vanessa and Joseph Winter, who also wrote the screenplay and executive produced alongside Jared Cook and Melanie Stone. Joseph Winter and Stone also play.
A disgraced internet personality attempts to win back his subscribers by live-streaming a night alone in a haunted house. As previously announced, it was sold to Shudder in North America, UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.
Jim Cummings’ The beta test was acquired by Sun Distribution Group (Latin America), Leopardo Filmes (Portugal), Tiberius Film (Germany), Jaye Entertainment (South Korea) and Media4Fun (Poland).
The American horror-thriller centers on a Hollywood agent who gets sucked into a world of sexual infidelity and mysterious streams of digital data. Vanishing Angle’s Natalie Metzger, Matt Miller and Benjamin Wiessner produced the film, while Cummings, Virginia Newcomb and Kevin Changaris star.
Blue Finch also closed other sales for a British thriller Barbariansthe first movie of The lost girl producer Charles Dorfman. The Fantastic Fest premiere was sold to Eagle Entertainment (Australia/New Zealand), Kinovista (France), Nameless (Germany) and Fabula Films (Turkey).
Two couples celebrate an anniversary with an intimate dinner, which is then interrupted by an unexpected knock on the door. Iwan Rheon, Tom Cullen, Catalina Sandino Moreno and Connor Swindells star. Dorfman is also a producer, alongside Jason Newmark and Laurie Cook producing for London-based Samuel Marshall Films.