Raven Banner Entertainment to rep underground fighting flick BRAWLER
If you want a shot at rights to Chris Sivertson's underground fighting flick Brawler you'll have to step into the ring with the guys from Raven Banner Entertainment.
Raven Banner gets in the ring with BRAWLER!
Raven Banner Entertainment has always sought out this particular style of genre film. They don't like your typical cookie cutter flavors of the day so to pick this particular fighting flick out of the myriad of studio cardboard cutouts has to mean something. We trust their judgement.Toronto, Canada - Raven Banner Entertainment is thrilled to be representing the worldwide rights to Chris Sivertson's BRAWLER.Raven Banner's Managing Partners, Michael Paszt and James Fler, negotiated the deal with producers/stars, Marc Senter and Nathan Grubbs.The MMA inspired pic is a kinetic tale of two brothers Grubbs and Senter [Red, White & Blue], who find themselves bloody-torso-deep in a vicious, bone-breaking, jaw-smashing and life-taking underground "fight club" set on mafia-run riverboats in New Orleans. Brawler marks the second outing between Sivertson and Senter who worked previously together on the Jack Ketchum adaptation, The Lost."Brawler is exactly the type of smart eclectic genre film that we look for!" said PasztMarc Senter added, "We're excited to be working with Raven Banner, their drive and passion separated them from an impressive pack. Brawler is a unique film in that it combines traditional arthouse values with bone-crunching genre-action; Raven Banner showed tremendous insight in developing a strategy tailor-made to introduce this type of film to the marketplace."BRAWLER had its World Premiere last month at the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal, Canada.
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