‘Cocaine Werewolf’ Heads To Cannes Market With Tarf Media


EXCLUSIVE: First got here Cocaine Bear and Cocaine Shark. Now meet Cocaine Werewolf.

Ireland’s Tarf Media has secured worldwide gross sales rights (excluding North America) to the indie comedy-horror movie, which is written by Ford Austin and Tyger Torrez. Mark Polonia, who directed Cocaine Shark, is directing. David Sterling and Tim Yasui are producing for Cleopatra Entertainment.

Starring are Marie DeLorenzo, Jeff Kirkendall, Titus Himmelberger, Ken Van Sant, Brice Kennedy, Yolie Canales and Noyes Lawton.

Synopsis reads: “Cocaine, cash and a crew filming a low-budget horror movie in the eerie woods of northern Pennsylvania clash when an unexpected visit from a bloodthirsty werewolf literally enters the picture–with deadly results.”

Sales are launching on the Cannes Market, with Eoghan Burke, Managing Director at Tarf Media, saying: “It’s very exciting for us to have Cocaine Werewolf at this year’s Marché for our international clients. Horror continues to perform incredibly well, and we believe that this film will be no exception.”

Tarf is positioning the flick as following the pattern of Cocaine-branded comedy-horrors, calling it a “thrilling yet humorous ride.”

The movie begins a pageant run this summer time. It has been chosen for Shock Stock and Fear Con, and may have a U.S. theatrical premiere on July 5 on the Arcadia Theater in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, the identical city the place it was shot.

Earlier this week, Dublin-based Tarf struck a take care of indie movie studio Good Deed Entertainment to associate at Cannes this 12 months, as we reported Thursday.


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