HOLLYWOOD, CA--(Marketwire - Feb 6, 2013) - Big Screen is pleased to announce that the new international sales team headed by Kimberley Kates and Lars Bjorck has sold the film SINGULARITY PRINCIPLE to the Japanese distribution company, Epcott. Big Screen Entertainment (
The recently completed SINGULARITY PRINCIPLE directed by renowned physicist Dr. David Deranian and Austin Hines pays particular attention to accurate scientific detail. The filmmakers use the fascinating science of parallel universes to tell a story that both illuminates and entertains.
SINGULARITY PRINCIPLE stars William B. Davis ('Smoking Man' of "The X-Files"), John Diehl ("Stargate," "Jurassic Park 3," "A Time to Kill") and introducing Michael Denis as the young physicist who makes an amazing discovery in the film about the God particle and traveling into parallel universes.
Continued sales for Big Screen movies, including SINGULARITY PRINCIPLE, are underway at the European Film Market being held in Berlin, Germany from February 7th to February 15th headed up by BSEG sales team of Lars and Kaj Bjorck. Big Screen Entertainment is located at the Martin Gropius Bau #148 with Arrow Entertainment.
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