The french sales agent Reel Suspects joins onboard the production Panacea/I am REN
I am proud to announce that the well-known french Film Sales Agent outfit Reel Suspects has taken on our feature film project REN (Panacea). Reel Suspects will be responsible for the world sales and will already start with private screenings of a rough-cut of REN at Festival de Cannes 2019.
Reel Suspects is responsible for sales of recent polish films like The Mute (Krew Boga – Bartosz Konopka), Demon (Marcin Wrona), The Man with the magic box (Bodo Kox)
Jestem dumny poinformować, że znany francuski agent sprzedaży REEL SUSPECTS będzie odpowiedzialny za światową sprzedaż/dystrubucję filmu REN (Panacea). Reel Suspects zaczyna wkrótce prywatne pokazy REN w trakcie Festiwalu Filmowego w Cannes 2019.
Reel Suspects jest odpowiedzialny za sprzedaż takich aktualnych polskich filmów jak: Krew Boga (Bartosz Konopka), Demon (Marcin Wrona), Człowiek z magicznym pudełkiem (Bodo Kox).
More info/Więcej info: http://www.reelsuspects.com/
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