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Emily Hampshire Horror Film ‘Mom’ Gets North American Deal


EXCLUSIVE: Blue Finch Films has locked the North American sale for horror Mom, starring Schitt’s Creek actress Emily Hampshire.

The film, which premiered at Glasgow FrightFest, has been acquired by Uncork’d Entertainment and will be released later this year. The deal began to take shape at the Cannes market.

The film follows a struggling mother (Hampshire) who is abandoned by her family and partner after a horrific incident. As she falls further into isolation, she begins to be haunted by a sinister entity that is determined to make her relive her darkest moments.

Directed by Adam O’Brien and written by Philip Kalin-Hajdu, the film also stars François Arnaud (Marlowe) and Christian Convery (Cocaine Bear). Producing are Delirium Pictures and Kinetic Film Group.

Keith Leopard, President of Uncork’d Entertainment, said: “Adam and Philip have crafted a sophisticated and edge of your seat supernatural thriller that will satisfy anyone looking for a creepy, atmospheric movie. I look forward to working with them on the release”.

O’Brien added: “We are excited for what Uncork’d has in store for our film and appreciate the care and approach they put towards each project. Along with Blue Finch, we feel like we are in great hands and can’t wait to share our film with audiences!”

Blue Finch’s international slate also includes Fantasia selection Dark Match, Yerzhanov’s Steppenwolf which premiered Rotterdam, and the SXSW titles Birdeater, Cold Wallet and Oddity.

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