EVE, Vault of Horror, Frankenstein & the Monster From Hell, The Omen & The House that Bled to Death.
- EVE (1968, Journey to the Unknown TV series)
- Vault of Horror (1973)
- Frankenstein & the Monster From Hell (1974)
- The Omen (1976)
- The House that Bled to Death (1980, Hammer House of Horror TV Series.
606 Distribution Picks Up Berlinale Silver Bear Winner “System Crasher” For UK & Ireland.
606 Distribution continues its growth in the area of female-focussed cinema with the acquisition of two films in Cannes – Silver Bear-winner SYSTEM CRASHER (Systemsprenger), and French music drama LE CHOC DU FUTUR (uk Title TBC)
Slated for a summer release, LE CHOC DU FUTUR is directed by French music veteran Marc Collin of the band NOUVELLE VAGUE...
Slated for a summer release, LE CHOC DU FUTUR is directed by French music veteran Marc Collin of the band NOUVELLE VAGUE, and describes itself as “an ode to the women in France in the 1980s who helped develop electronic music.” It stars Alma Jodorovsky and Clara Luciani.
CEO Pat Kelman says, “This is an incredibly cool film with a superb soundtrack. When a character in the film started referencing Throbbing Gristle and the Human League, I was sold. It’s a really great summer film, with a unique and playful insight in to the development of electronic music.”
SYSTEM CRASHER joins 606’s roster of striking female-centred films...
SYSTEM CRASHER joins 606’s roster of striking female-centred films (following POLINA, HANNAH and STYX), with a Triple-F rating of writer and director (Nora Fingscheidt), and an electrifying performance by 11 year old Helena Zengel.
Picking up both the Silver Bear and Best First Feature at Berlin, the film is a gripping story about a nine year old girl with psychotic episodes, the people who desperately try to help her, and the system that is failing her.
Pat Kelman said, “I first saw the film a little while before Cannes and it has stayed with me ever since. The performance of Helena Zengel is remarkable, capturing the dashed hopes and realised fears of a girl the system can’t cope with. This is a very important film which resonates in the UK, with a social care system cut to the bone by austerity. The desire to help is overwhelming, and yet it is tragic to see how bureaucracy can conspire against good people.”
MPM International handled sales of Le Shock du Futur, and Beta Cinema handled System Crasher.