Range Media Partners Signs ‘Silent Night’ Filmmaker Camille Griffin – Deadline


EXCLUSIVE: Range Media Partners has inked Silent Night director and author Camille Griffin.

The Keira Knightley-Matthew Goode drama horror function repped Griffin’s function directorial debut and made its world premiere at Toronto final 12 months.

AMC+ and RLJE Films picked up stateside rights to the film which follows Nell (Knightley), Simon (Goode), and their son Art who’re able to welcome family and friends for what guarantees to be an ideal Christmas gathering. Perfect aside from one factor: everybody goes to die. Roman Griffin Davis and Annabelle Wallis additionally star and the pic was produced by MARV. Silent Night received Best Screenplay and The Audience Award within the official choice at The Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia.

In addition to Range, Griffin is co-repped with CAA.

Previously, Griffin wrote and directed seven brief movies that screened at over 20 worldwide movie festivals. She initially skilled within the digicam division and labored for 13 years as a Clapper Loader. Her movie research embody Bournemouth Film School (UK) and The Binger (Amsterdam) the place she graduated from each the Writer and Directors’ labs.

Griffin is at present creating a number of function initiatives, together with an unique function for Searchlight Pictures with Knightley connected, and Celine Rattray and Trudie Styler producing by way of their Maven Screen Media banner.

Tanya Cohen of Range Media Partners mentioned, “We were completely blown away by Cami’s debut film, Silent Night, which we discovered at TIFF last year. Cami is a singular enigmatic talent with a bright future ahead and we couldn’t be more excited about joining forces with CAA to represent her.”

Range Media Partners was based in September 2020 by Dave Bugliari, Mackenzie Condon Roussos, Rich Cook, Michael Cooper, Susie Fox, Matt Graham, Sandra Kang, Rachel Kropa, Chelsea McKinnies, Peter Micelli, Mick Sullivan, Byron Wetzel, and Jack Whigham. Their clientele spans movie, tv, music, literary, and activism.

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