The distributor eOne Films celebrates 500 premieres in Spanish cinemas, with ‘Captive Nation’, since the beginning of its activity in Spain 25 years ago under the Aurum brand. Toy maker Hasbro acquired Entertainment One a year ago now.
In 1995, Aurum Producciones began distribution in Spain with the premiere of the thriller ‘Seven’. Then there would be titles like ‘The Passion of the Christ’, ‘Magnolia’, My Great Greek Wedding ‘,’ Boogie Nights’, ‘Happinest’….
There are many national productions launched by eOne Films, some outstanding examples are ‘Bwana’, ‘Survive’, ‘Tarde para la ira’ (Goya for Best Film) and this year ‘Voces’, ‘Black Beach’.
Some of the great milestones of the distributor in all this time have been the premieres of the ‘Lord of the Rings’ trilogy and the ‘Twilight’ saga. Entertainment One has also distributed in Spain the saga of ‘The Hunger Games’ and winners of the Oscar for Best Film as ‘Spotlight’ and ‘Green Book’. “In these difficult days that we are all living, we continue to fight to bring quality films to Spanish cinemas with love, effort and great enthusiasm,” they say from the distributor in Spain.
Entertainment One Ltd. is a studio specialized in the development, acquisition, production, financing, distribution and sales of entertainment content. The company’s diversified experience spans film, television, and music production and sales; licensing, marketing and product programming for the whole family; digital content, and live entertainment.
Entertainment One’s strong network includes international film distribution companies Sierra / Affinity; Amblin Partners with DreamWorks Studios, Participant Media, and Reliance Entertainment; Makeready with Brad Weston; nonfiction television production companies Whizz Kid Entertainment, Renegade 83, Daisybeck and Blackfin; Round Room Live entertainment; world-renowned record labels Dualtone Music Group and Last Gang; Music platform Audio Network and award-winning digital content and technology agency Secret Location.
The rights to the company’s catalog, valued at 2.1 million dollars (as of March 31, 2019), are exploited through all audiovisual formats and include nearly 80,000 hours of film and television content and approximately 40,000 musical themes.
Hasbro acquired eOne in summer 2019 for $ 4 billion, while eOne shareholders received nearly $ 7 in cash for each share. The agreement further stipulated that eOne executives would join the toymaker’s team, which maintained its agreement with Paramount, in force since 2017, whereby the Hollywood studio can produce animated and live-action films based on Hasbro properties.
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The distributor eOne Films celebrates the 500 premieres in Spain with ‘Captive Nation’