ErosSTX International has renewed a multi-year strategic output deal with SF Studios, and several other partners in Europe, Australia and New Zealand, to solidify its extensive network of global distribution partners and support its growing slate of highly anticipated films.
“We are strategically committed to growing and supporting our robust output partnerships as we continue to expand both our production and acquisitions slate,” said ErosSTX International’s John Friedberg and Laura Austin Little. “Our friends at SF Studios are the most effective and successful independent distributors in the Nordics, and we are delighted to continue this longstanding partnership.”
“We are happy to continue our long-term relationship with the team at ErosSTX International,” said SF Studios’ Robert Enmark and Jenny Stjernströmer Björk. “Our collaboration has given us titles like Hustlers and Greenland and now we look forward to distributing, among others, Cop Shop to the Scandinavian audience.”
The ErosSTX International pipeline includes the highly anticipated untitled spy thriller from Guy Ritchie, led by Jason Statham, Hugh Grant, Aubrey Plaza and Josh Hartnett, Neil Burger’s The Marsh King’s Daughter starring Daisy Ridley from Black Bear Pictures, Liam Neeson’s psychological action thriller Memory, also from Black Bear, the aerial war epic Devotion from Black Label Media and high-octane action-thriller Cop Shop starring Gerard Butler.
The output deal is part of SF Studios’ strategy to be a leading distributor in the Nordics offering a wide range of content from international blockbusters to strong local productions and children’s content to screens all over the Nordics – at cinemas, through home entertainment and via its streaming service SF Anytime.