Broad Green Pictures is now using Hollywood Software’s TDS Distributor product for upcoming theatrical releases. Broad Green, which was founded last year by brothers Gabriel and Daniel Hammond, is a film production, financing and distribution company.
“Broad Green conducted an intensive search for a distribution product that could support our current needs and grow with us as we release more films,” said Travis Reid, president of Theatrical Distribution, Broad Green. “I was already familiar with Hollywood Software’s systems, having worked with them when I was at Screenvision. After comparing their new TDS Distributor against similar products in the market, we quickly realized TDS is the most versatile, efficient and comprehensive system for our needs and we’re excited about all the support it will offer us as we expand.”
“Broad Green is just the kind of company we love to work with,” said David Gajda, president, Hollywood Software. “They’re a new era movie studio that provides artists with all of the tools they need to not only get films made, but to get them widely distributed. They were planning to release their first movie, director Mia Hansen-Love’s Eden, a week after we met. From the moment we signed with them it took only 24 hours to train their staff and enter their first booking, a remarkably fast turnaround. They were able to get up and running immediately, putting them in a great position to manage their first feature, and all future releases.”
Broad Green’s upcoming slate includes 99 Homes, starring Andrew Garfield; A Walk in the Woods, starring Robert Redford; I Smile Back, starring Sarah Silverman; and three Terrence Malick films: Knight of Cups, Voyage of Time and an untitled project starring Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara and Michael Fassbender.
The deal was negotiated on behalf of Broad Green Pictures by their CTO, Jeremy Fuchs.
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