AFM’s New Screenings on Demand For Producers Offers 26 Films Available For Representation
Los Angeles, CA – November 3, 2018 – The American Film Market® expanded its On Demand program for 2018 to producers seeking worldwide sales representation, offering them the opportunity to screen their films online for AFM sales agents.
The films are available for viewing at AFM On Demand Viewing Stations in the Loews Hotel and at AFM Screenings On Demand through March 31, 2019.
Below are the 26 films being offered to sales agents:
A Cannabis Tree, DL Hero LLC
Adventures of Jubeez: Kid Boss, Motion Pix
America’s Common Ground, Edge TV Productions
Beyond What Remains, Tharos, Inc.
Blue Lives Matter, Police and Fire Publishing
Busman’s Holiday, Smithard Communications
Carrousel, Amilux Film
Danni, Take It To The Stage Films, Inc.
Driver X, Paradigm Consulting
GUCA: Serbian Detox, Rhymes of a Madman Production
Kaneh Movie, DL Hero LLC
The Kidnapping of A Fish, That Storm Films, Inc.
Nomades, Paras Films
Nursey Rhyme of a Madman, Rhymes of a Madman Production
Palpitations of Dust, Saffron Splash
Papa, Di Productions
Public Transportation, Jita Films
Shooting Clerks, Auld Reekie Media
Sol De Medianoche, Mizoguchi
Tin City, Juice Media Productions, LLC
TMI, Glenn Ripps (Independent)
Underneath The Same Moon, VFXLab
Virgin Cheerleaders in Chains, Earthshine Design Productions LLC
You Have a Nice Flight, Vietwins Productions LLC
About the American Film Market
The American Film Market (AFM) is the world’s largest motion picture business event. Over 7,000 industry leaders from more than 80 countries converge in Santa Monica for eight days of deal-making, screenings, conferences, networking and parties. Participants include acquisition and development executives, agents, attorneys, directors, distributors, festival directors, financiers, film commissioners, producers, writers, the world’s press and all those who provide services to the motion picture industry.
Unlike a film festival, the AFM is a marketplace – with over 200,000 square feet of exhibition space – where production and distribution deals are closed. In just eight days, more than US$1 billion in deals will be sealed – on both completed films and those in every stage of development and production.
Participants may view more than 500 screenings of 300+ films – 29 new films every two hours – the majority world or U.S. premieres. Titles range from big budget blockbusters that will be released by the major studios to lower budget art and genre films recognized at international film festivals.