Grandave Intel. She acquired the international sales rights to the drama “Deltopia”, which was produced by the late Olivia Newton-John, Tamara Nagahiro, Grandave Intl. The head of sales announced Sunday. CAA Film Finance and XYZ handle US rights.
Newton-John, whose best film performances include “Grease,” “Xanadu,” and “Two of a Kind,” was a four-time Grammy Award-winning singer and Golden Globe-nominated actress. She died on August 8 in California.
“Deltopia” is a coming-of-age story that takes place over the course of 24 hours. A group of friends from Southern California finish their last day of high school and travel to Santa Barbara to attend the biggest party of their lives.
Grandave Intel. “Deltopia” will be presented to international buyers at next week’s European Film Market, which runs from February 16-22 in Berlin. The film is in post-production.
The original screenplay was written and directed by Michael Easterling and Gala Roffman, and the film stars Luna Blaze (“Manifest”), Madison Bettis (“Five Points”), Charlie Gillespie (“Julie and the Phantom”), Hart Denton (“Riverdale”) and Dylan Flashner (“Riverdale”). “Lansky”), Greer Grammer (“Awkward”), Will Peltz (“Unfriended”), and Daniela Perkins (“Red Ruby”).
Produced by Todd J Labarowski, Robert Ogden Barnum, Lucas Garrach, Luke Daniels, Mike Easterling and Gala Roffman. Rick Sussner, John Easterling, Jim Borba, Bob Hayes, Cameron Fuller, Joel Michaeli, Alan Pao, E. Andre Carter, Marina Masewitzky, Sheila Shah, Howard Parrish, Stanley Prichotti and Robin Islas of Grandave Capital serve as executive producers with Newton-John.
Grandave Intl’s EFM line-up includes Ruben Islas’ “Gringo Hunter,” “Final Vow,” and “The Last Call,” all in post-production.
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