New Films International was formed in 1996 by a highly successful foreign markets distributor Nesim Hason, President and founder.
Intent on bridging the distance between the United States and the rest of the world, Nesim Hason with New Films endeavors to consistently blend both foreign and American cultures by introducing American films to the foreign marketplace.
NFI acquires 8 - 10 titles per year through attendance at major domestic and international festivals and markets.
Since 2002, the company has acquired 29 feature films for its international library, including “Game 6”, starring Michael Keaton and Robert Downey Jr.; “The Thing About My Folks”, starring Peter Falk and Paul Reiser; and “Missing In America”.
With Academy Award-nominated David Strathairn, Danny Glover and Ron Perlman.
Following the similar successful plan Hason implemented in foreign markets in the mid-90’s, New Films has strengthen its strategic distribution partnerships by recently signing an All TV rights output deal with MGM for Latin America and 40-title Pay TV deal for Latin America, along with a US video deal with HBO.
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