Cercamon Boards Boards Sales On SXSW Sci-Fi Thriller ‘Things Will Be Different’

EXCLUSIVE: Dubai-based sales agency Cercamon has acquired international rights outside of North America for Michael Felker’s Things Will Be Different.

The science-fiction thriller, which enjoyed a buzzy premiere in SXSW’s Midnighter section this year, follows two estranged siblings who take shelter from the police following a robbery in a mysterious farmhouse that transports them through time.

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This shields them from the consequences of their immediate crime but brings them up against a cryptic force that pushes their familial bonds to unnatural breaking point.

“We’re incredibly proud to have Things Will Be Different join our line up,” commented
David Kwok, Acquisitions & Sales at Cercamon.

“Michael Felker is a true new talent who fits perfectly with our roster of directors and our shared passion for all genres of filmmaking.”

Things Will Be Different is Felker’s first film. He is best known as an editor, with film credits including The Endless, Synchronic, Spring, Sunset On The River Styx, Get The Girl, and Something In The Dirt as well as directing short films Would You Like To Try Again and Save And Continue.

“Our film welcomes passionate artists who push through boundaries. And nobody fits that
model better than Cercamon.” said Felker. “We are more than thankful to be a part of their
wonderful family as they guide Things Will Be Different to the rest of the world.”

The film is produced by Last Life and Rustic Films. XYZ Films is handling North American sales

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