London based company inks deal with Pritish Nandy Communications


    MUMBAI: Carey Fitzgerald’s London-based High Point Media Group has joined hands with Pritish Nandy Communications for a first of its kind deal.

    High Point will be positioning PNC’s titles for the international market outside India. The partnership kicks off with the latest PNC film, Ek Tho Chance.

    The movie is directed by Saeed Akhtar Mirza, who took up the directorial reigns after 13 years. Ek Tho Chance takes a kaleidoscopic look at 24 hours in the Indian metropolis.

    Speaking about the partnership with High Point, Pritish Nandy said, "We are delighted to join hands with Carey and take our films to a larger global audience than Indian films actually succeed in reaching; we believe High Point with its expertise and experience can help us enhance our international reach and grow the new idiom of Bollywood."

    Fitzgerald added, "India, right now, is a very exciting place for film". She went on to add, "Not just for his impeccable track record as a producer, but also his vision for the future of Indian cinema, we are thrilled to be working with a force as innovative and forward looking as Pritish Nandy."