February 5, 2016 11:09 AM MST/ Examiner.com
Brian O’Shea, the CEO of The Exchange, has announced the company will be selling the worldwide rights for “Tiger.” EFM stands for European Film Market and it’s part of the 66th Berlin International Film Festival. The Exchange is a leading international sales and fiance company that is committed to creating strong relationships between filmmakers, film financers, and distributors through the exchange of product, information and commerce. It was created by veteran sales executive, Brian O’Shea.
“Tiger” stars Mickey Rouke, Janel Parrish, and Prem Singh. It’s about the inspirational story of Pardeep Singh Nagra, a Sikh man who was banned from the sport of boxing. He was a contender for the Olympic Games, but was denied because he refused to shave his beard. He decides to fight the ruling, which that leads to many threats against him and his beliefs. So he must decide if his quest for religious equality is worth losing his shot at Olympic gold.
Alister Grierson directed “Tiger.” The story was written by Michael Pugliese and Prem Singh. It’s presented by R3M Productioins and produced by Mary Aloe of Aloe Entertainment, Daniel Grodnik of Mass Hysterical Entertainment, and Rocco Pugliese of R3M Productions.