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CANNES 2014 Market/UK

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Catch Me Daddy leads Altitude slate

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- Get Santa, Kill Your Friends, Spooks amongst other titles

Catch Me Daddy leads Altitude slate
Catch Me Daddy by Daniel Wolfe

Daniel Wolfe’s thriller Catch Me Daddy [+see also:
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that bows at Directors’ Fortnight will lead the Altitude Film Sales slate at the Cannes Market. Altitude will also present footage from Owen Harris’ satire Kill Your Friends [+see also:
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, starring Nicholas Hoult, James Cordon and Georgia King; Bharat Nalluri’s espionage thriller Spooks: The Greater Good, starring Kit Harington and Jennifer Ehle; Christopher Smith’s comedy Get Santa, starring Jim Broadbent and Rafe Spall; Thomas Daley’s thriller Tiger House, starring Kaya Scodelario; and Corin Hardy’s fairytale chiller The Woods.

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New completed films being screened by Altitude in the Market include Julius Avery’s action thriller Son of a Gun, Jabbar Raisani’s sci-fi actioner Outpost 37, Daniel Simpson’s alien contact film Hangar 10, Cutter Hodierne’s Somali piracy film Fishing Without Nets, and pop band documentary Pulp: A Film About Love Death & Supermarkets.

Other highlights from Altitude’s extensive slate include Jalmari Helander’s action adventure Big Game, Nick Read’s documentary Bolshoi Babylon, Johannes Roberts’ underwater thriller 47 Meters Down, Charles Barker’s virtual reality thriller The Call-Up; Simon Rumley’s vengeance tale The Last Word, and Simon Duric’s Loch Ness myth story The Loch.

Altitude managing director Mike Runagall said, “To have Catch Me Daddy selected for Director’s Fortnight is a milestone for the company and we’re excited to unveil the completed films for Son of a Gun and Outpost 37 to our distribution partners and international buyers. The first footage we are presenting from five new titles typifies the breadth and depth of our slate and we’re looking forward to a busy Cannes.”

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