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Michael Biehn’s ‘The Victim’ – Stills and Updates

We have the latest on Michael Biehn’s grindhouse thriller “The Victim”. The film has found an international distributor and will be premiering in October at the Sitges film festival in Spain alongside Jason Eisner’s “Hobo With a Shotgun”

“Paris-based WTF has acquired all international sales rights to THE VICTIM, the grindhouse thriller which marks the feature directorial debut of renowned Fanboy star Michael Biehn. Biehn also wrote, produced and stars alongside Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, Danielle Harris, Ryan Honey and Denny Kirkwood. The film was produced by Blanc/Bien Productions (Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, Lorna Paul and Travis Romero) and The Mud Show (Ryan Honey, Brock Morse and Morgan Johnson).

THE VICTIM is the inaugural acquisition of WTF which was recently launched by former TF1 International senior sales executive Dimitri Stephanides. Kevin Iwashina and Christine D’Souza of Preferred Content represented the filmmakers and negotiated the deal with Stephanides.

THE VICTIM will make its international premiere at the Sitges Film Festival in Spain on 7 and 8 October in a double feature with Hobo With A Shotgun.”

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