BoPaul Media Worldwide (BMW)
BoPaul Media Locks Down
3 Deals in Prep for MIPCOM
Los Angeles – One of the strongest staples in BoPaul Media Worldwide’s arsenal – Cl;ive Barker’s “Hellraiser IV: Bloodine” – led a burst of sales in mid-September that augurs well for a strong MIPCOM showing.
Fine Films, Japan, signed up for the last of the quartet of “Hellraiser” theatrical releases starring Doug Bradley in his iconic role as Pinhead. The film was released worldwide in 1996.
Pyramid Entertainment wrapped a pay TV rights contract in Malaysia for “Jaguar Lives”, starring Christopher Lee and Donald Pleasance as the world’s deadliest secret agents track their equally devastating enemies.
In a third deal, via BoPaul’s Paris-based office manned by Monique Nayard, the United Kingdom’s Channel 5 buttoned down Arrow Films’ theatrical title “Mrs. Caldicot’s Cabbage War”, starring Pauline Collins of “Shirley Valentine” fame.
BMW is a worldwide film and television distribution company headquartered in Encino, California. It is owned and operated by veteran distributor Paul Rich (formerly head of Metromedia Producers Corp., De Laurentiis Entertainment Group’s television division, and co-owner Trans Atlantic Entertainment). BMW has more than 1,000 titles in its catalog, including such classics as “Citizen Kane”, “Wild Geese,” the new documentary film “Heaven”, “Blood and Sand” starring Sharon Stone, and the new indy thriller “House of Bad”. (MIPCOM stand #07.49. Website: http://www.bopaulmedia.com