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Search Engine and Honora made the deal with Metro International and are planning to release in the U.S. on VOD Nov. 10 and in theaters Nov. 13. The film is now available for pre-order on iTunes.
“Kilo Two Bravo” is directed by Paul Katis and produced by Katis and Andrew De Lotbiniere. The film premiered in London as “Kajaki” late last year and earned Katis and de Lotbiniere a BAFTA nomination for outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer.
The film tells the true story of a platoon who set out to disable a Taliban roadblock. On nearing the insurgents, one of the soldiers triggers a land mine, setting into motion a desperate rescue mission.
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Exclusive: The London-based sales agent has struck a Us and Canadian sale on the BAFTA-nominated war story ahead of next month’s North American premiere in Toronto.
Metro International head of sales Natalie Brenner has licensed Us and Canadian rights to Toronto-based Search Engine in a deal with president John Bain that will see the Canadian distributor make its first foray into the Us market, where it will release in conjunction with Honora Productions.
The film, until recently known as Kajaki. The True Story, will premiere in Toronto’s City To City section profiling cinema from London-based filmmakers.
Paul Katis directed Kilo Two Bravo, about a group of mostly British soldiers who become stranded in a minefield during a 2006 rescue mission in Afghanistan.
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