American Epic sells widely

Daniel Power K5 International. “Horizon: An American Saga” has sold out most of the international copies of director Kevin Costner’s two-part Western epic, with only a handful of territories remaining, ahead of its world premiere Sunday in the out-of-competition section at Cannes.

K5 has closed sales to Tobis Film (German-speaking territories), Metropolitan Filmexport (France), Stan Entertainment (Australia), Unicorn (Eastern Europe), SF Studios/AB Svensk (Scandinavia), Echo Lake Distribution (Airlines), EnterMode (south). Korea), Falcon Films (Middle East), NOS Lusomondo (Portugal), Enlightenment (Greece), Madmen (Australia), Parallax Studios/Saga Film (Philippines), Aqua Group (Turkey), and Mindform (Iceland).

Warner Bros./New Line will release the films wide in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands on June 28 and August 16.

Last year, Burr relaunched K5 Intl. With a new focus on high-budget films and series. When Burr got a call from producer Howard Kaplan of Territory Pictures that he was looking for a home for Costner’s four feature films, “Horizon: An American Saga,” with each film having a budget of more than $100 million, he and his newly assembled sales team came immediately. blackboard.

“I’ve known Daniel Burr for years,” Kaplan said. “When I heard he was relaunching K5 Intl., I knew he and K5 were the right partner for this project. There are currently very few territories available. The results speak to the great work K5 Intl has done.” And the outstanding reception of the “Horizon” saga.

“Working on Kevin Costner’s project ‘Horizon’ was a dream come true,” Burr said. “Since ‘Dances With Wolves’ I have been a fan of Kevin’s work. The ‘Horizon’ saga tells the story of the men and women who made their way west in search of a better life for themselves and their families.” .

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Directed by Costner and co-written by John Baird, the film stars Costner, Sienna Miller, Sam Worthington, Jena Malone, Abby Lee, Michael Rooker, Danny Huston, Luke Wilson, Isabelle Foreman, Jeff Fahey, Will Patton, Tatanka Means, and Owen. Crow Shaw, Ella Hunt and Jamie Campbell Bower.

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