FilmSharks Takes On Videocine’s Horror ‘Karem The Possession’, Strikes Deals At Cannes

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EXCLUSIVE: Argentinian distributor FilmSharks has taken on international sales of horror Karem the Possession from Dark Water creator Junichiro Hayashi and sold the Russian and Baltic Rights to Big Film at Cannes.

Discussions are underway with Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Spain, France and the UK over the film, which hails from Mexico’s Videocine.

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The pic follows a possessed young girl from an atheist family who refuses to let her new powers go and becomes more than a threat to everyone besides her.

FilmSharks took on sales after striking a deal with TelevisaUnivision-affiliated Videocine. FilmSharks has in the past sold Videocine’s El Habitante and Juega Conmigo.

FilmSharks CEO and Founder Guido Rud said: “It’s an honour to be chosen again to handle Videocine and TelevisaUnivision’s films and we are very thankful of working with them again.”

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