Intandem Films delivers encouraging update

Intandem Films, the London-based international film group, has said it is encouraged by the response to the 11 films which it currently has on the sales slate.

Intandem Films, the London-based international film group, has said it is encouraged by the response to the 11 films which it currently has on the sales slate.

It also reported that buyer interest has been strong for the fully financed Killing Hasselhoff, a comedy thriller staring David Hasselhoff. The film, which is being funded by Angelworld Entertainment's Grazeley Film Fund, is expected to be delivered in May 2014.

Robert Mitchell, Chief Executive Officer, said: "Our experienced sales team has done a tremendous job over the first days of the festival. We had expected demand for Killing Hasselhoff to be strong for European territory rights and we have not been disappointed."

The share price rose 29.41% to 1.10p by 13:30 Tuesday.

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