Magazine article Screen International

Metro International Strikes North American Deal on 'Kilo Two Bravo'

Magazine article Screen International

Metro International Strikes North American Deal on 'Kilo Two Bravo'

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Metro International head of sales Natalie Brenner has licensed US and Canadian rights to Toronto-based Search Engine in a deal with president John Bain that will see the Canadian distributor make its first foray into the US market, where it will release in conjunction with Honora Productions.

The film, until recently known as Kajaki. The True Story, will premiere in Toronto's City To City section profiling cinema from London-based filmmakers.

Paul Katis directed Kilo Two Bravo, about a group of mostly British soldiers who become stranded in a minefield during a 2006 rescue mission in Afghanistan.

David Elliot, Mark Stanley, Scott Kyle, Benjamin O'Mahony, Bryan Parry, Liam Ainsworth, Andy Gibbins, John Doughty, Paul Luebke, Thomas Davison, Grant Kilburn, Robert Mitchell, Jon Paul Bell, Malachi Kirby and Ali Cook star.

Metro International previously licensed rights to eOne in Australia, Discovery in the former Yugoslavia, Gulf Film in the Middle East, New Select in Japan, Korea Screen in South Korea, Cinemundo in Portugal and Sinema TB in Turkey. …

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