Relativity signs new deals with Tele München Group, Viva and Imagem.
Relativity International, at Berlin’s European Film Market (EFM) selling the Gerard Butler thriller Hunter–Killer, has updated key relationships in its global distribution network.
The company has signed a new output deal with Tele München Group for Relativity Studios productions in Germany and Austria.
A new partnership in the Philippines will see Viva distribute both Relativity Studios films and third-party titles overseen by Relativity International.
Meanwhile, Relativity International president Camela Galano and Imagem have extended the Latin American deal covering Relativity Studios titles and third-party fare on the Relativity International slate.
“Relativity International continues to expand its ability to bring both Relativity Studios’ films and our partners’ films to audiences around the world,” said Galano.
“TMG, Imagem and Viva are all leaders in their respective territories and we are proud to be working with them.”
Tele Muenchen Group owner and CEO Herbert Kloiber added: “I am delighted that TMG/Concorde is going to be the new home for Relativity Studio’s feature film slate for the coming years.”
Martin Campbell directs Relativity Media and Original Films’ Hunter-Killer with Neal Moritz producing alongside Toby Jaffe and Relativity chief Ryan Kavanaugh.
The story centres on a submarine captain assigned to save the kidnapped Russian president and avert a global catastrophe.