KWA, Imcine link up

August 2001
Daily Variety;8/23/2001, Vol. 272 Issue 59, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on Spanish independent sales agent Kevin Williams Associates' (KWA) deal with the Mexican film institute Imcine to handle world rights on two films co-financed by Imcine. 'Streeters,' directed by Gerardo Tort; 'Violet Perfume,' directed by Marysa Sistach; In-principle first look accord of KWA to handle international rights on Imcine's productions.


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