HOLLYWOOD, CA--(Marketwire - Mar 12, 2013) - Big Screen Entertainment Group (
"I DIDN'T COME HERE TO DIE" is riding high on a successful DVD and Video-On-Demand release in the United States where it was a top 10 seller in Red Box in its horror division for 3 weeks running. The film's domestic performance has generated significant interest from international buyers such as Second Sight. Negotiations for a German release are underway. Management anticipates a solid performance at the remaining 2013 film markets including the upcoming Cannes Market held in France in May.
"I DIDN'T COME HERE TO DIE" gives horror fans a new twist on an urban legend as it follows a troupe of volunteers working on a humanitarian project that goes awry after an unfortunate accident.
Big Screen Entertainment Group, a global sales and entertainment company, is continually looking for new talent across all genres. In addition to acquiring rights for original productions, BSEG is actively seeking completed films to add to its slate for presentation at upcoming international and domestic film markets.
For sales and acquisitions, please contact Isaac Marble - Isaac@bigscreenent.com
ABOUT BIG SCREEN ENTERTAINMENT - Big Screen Entertainment (BSEG) is a leading entertainment company with a diversified presence in motion picture production and distribution, home entertainment, television, family entertainment, digital distribution and international sales.
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