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  Eureka Entertainment have announced today that it is set to launch a new world cinema sub-label under the brand name Montage Pictures, which will focus on delivering ground-breaking and thought-provoking world cinema from new and upcoming directors.

The initial line up will include recent theatrical release Suntan (2016, Argyris Papadimitropoulos, Greece), an unpredictable psychological drama, full of suspense and humour, set on a hedonistic Greek Island; Rescue Under Fire [Zona Hostil] (2017, Adolfo Martínez Pérez, Spain), a directorial debut based on events that happened in 2012 in the north of Bala Murghab in Afghanistan. The film follows the crew of a medical helicopter that suffer an accident when helping a joint force of USA and United Nations troops under Spanish command; Shirley: Visions of Reality (2013, Gustav Deutsch, Austria), a story of a woman, whose thoughts, emotions and contemplations let us observe an era in American history via thirteen of the artist Edward Hopper’s paintings which are brought alive by the film; Kills on Wheels (2016, Attila Till, Hungary) a highly original, darkly comedic and infectious buddy-movie about a wheelchair-bound gang of assassins; and Strangled (2016, Árpád Sopsits, Hungary), a psycho-thriller, based on real-life events, set in the provincial Hungary of the 1960s.
  Graeme Clark [17 Jun 2017 at 18:22]

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