Mickey Keating’s “Carnage Park” Acquired by Content

Mickey Keating’s third film “Carnage Park” had its world premier last week. The debut occurred at the Sundance Film Festival Midnight section. “Carnage Park” received acclaim from attendees and critics alike. The film was produced through Diablo Entertainment. Written and directed by Mickey Keating, the stylized 70’s thriller is inspired by a true account.

The synopsis to “Carnage Park” reads as follows:

The 1970’s set depicts a harrowing fight for survival after a pair of wannabe crooks botch a bank heist and flee into the desert, where they inexplicably stumble upon Carnage Park, a remote stretch of wilderness occupied by a psychotic ex-military sniper.

Mickey Keating best describes his Action, Crime, Horror with the following comment:

“Carnage Park is my total love letter to Peckinpah, and Deliverance, and ’70s survival movies…It’s hard to categorize in a way, because it’s an energetic crime movie that goes horribly horribly awry. I think it’s going to be something different for people.”

Content Media acquired the rights to “Carnage Park” immediately after the film’s world event. The company led by President of Film, Jamie Carmichael and Head of Sales, Harry White will handle international sales on the film starting in Berlin. Carmichael and White had this to share about their latest acquisition.

“Carnage Park’ is everything you could hope for in an ultra-cool elevated genre film – full of tension, stylish as hell, and tough as nails.  We love it.”

About Content Media Corporation

 Content Media Corporation Ltd is a London and LA-based private company that owns and distributes a significant library of film, television, and digital assets. The Company’s library of rights includes over 5,000 hours of television programming, 200 hours of digital programming and 275 feature films. Content Media recently closed a multi-faceted deal with Bruno Wu’s Beijing-based Seven Stars Entertainment and Media, Ltd., in which Content acquired the Alive Group of companies allowing Content to distribute its extensive library of film and television rights through the Alive Group to the Chinese market, as well as a direct equity investment by Seven Stars into Content.  The film sales division launched in 2002 and represents high profile, commercial feature films with great artistic and theatrical ambition. In addition to handling worldwide sales, marketing, and publicity, the company assists film producers in securing financing.  

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