Frontières Five Team Up on Anthologies

By Kay, Jeremy | Screen International, July 27, 2016 | Go to article overview

Frontières Five Team Up on Anthologies


Kay, Jeremy, Screen International


The series is the brainchild of Little Terrors founder Justin McConnell and Indiecan Entertainment's Avi Federgreen.

Indiecan, Unstable Ground and Rue Morgue Magazine produce the anthologies, which will be released in the US through a partnership between Uncork'd Entertainment and Indiecan Entertainment, while Indiecan and Raven Banner Releasing will collaborate in Canada.

The first release, Minutes Past Midnight, is set for a limited theatrical release in early October, followed by North American VOD on October 18 and DVD on February 5, 2017.

Each release will feature selections culled from the last five years of Little Terrors that played around the world. Raven Banner Entertainment will handle outstanding international sales.

Minutes Past Midnight comprises nine films directed by Robert Boocheck, Lee Cronin, Francisco Sonic Kim, Ryan Lightbourn, Marc Martinez Jordan, Kevin McTurk, James Moran, Christian Rivers and Sid Zanforlin.

Keith Leopard of Uncork'd brokered the deal with Rodrigo Gudino and Dave Alexander of Rue Morgue, Michael Paszt and James Fler at Raven Banner, Indiecan's Avi Federgreen and Unstable Ground's Justin McConnell.

Frontières concluded on July 24 after four days of pitch meetings and screenings involving more than 400 international film industry professionals, ranging from Amazon Studios, Blumhouse Productions, Drafthouse Films and Epic Pictures to Eurimages, Magnolia Pictures, Memento Films International, Mongrel International and XYZ Films. …

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