Celluloid Dreams has secured deals for BONE TOMAHAWK, starring Kurt Russell, and the documentary THE EAGLE HUNTRESS, executive produced and narrated by Daisy Ridley. Celluloid joins a long list of companies that have closed deals with Tomahawk including California Filmes (Latin America), Splendid (Benelux), Future Film (Scandinavia), One Movie (Italy), Alambique (Portugal), Patalux (Hungary), Agresywna Branda (Poland), AQS (Czech and Slovak Republics), and Parlux (Romania). The film premiered in the US last fall.
Tomahawk centers on an unlikely team of gunslingers led by Sheriff Franklin Hunt (Russell), that sets out to rescue settlers from the small town of Bright Hope who are kidnaped by a group of cave-dwelling cannibals. But their enemy is more ruthless than anyone could have imagined, putting their mission – and survival itself – in jeopardy.
The gritty western was penned by S. Craig Zahler and was featured on the 2012 Hit List. Joining Russell in the cast is Patrick Wilson, Mattew Fox, Lili Simmons, and Richard Jenkins. Dallas Sonnier, Jack Heller, and Gregory Zuk produce alongside Wayne Marc Godfrey. Executive producers are Robert Jones and David Gilbrey.
Huntress is a documentary directed by Otto Bell that tells the true story of a 13-year-old Mongolian girl who strives to become the first female Eagle Hunter in 2,000 years of male-dominated history. she learns all aspects of this ancient tradition, including taming her very own eagle and training it for the Golden Eagle Festival. The film is set in the Altai Mountains in the remote Northwestern Mongolia.