‘A Green Story’ Picks Up Distributor in Greece

A Greek Story the movie

Feelgood Entertainment announced today that it will be giving Paramyth Films’ “A Green Story” theatrical distribution in Greece.

The film, which premiered at last year’s Los Angeles Greek Film Festival, is a biographical drama based on the life of Van Vlahakis, a Greek immigrant who traveled to the US with just a few dollars and ended up creating one of the most successful green products to hit the market through his company, Earth Friendly Products.

Written and directed by Nika Agiashvili, it stars Ed O’Ross (“Full Metal Jacket”), Shannon Elizabeth (“American Pie”), Annabella Sciorra (“The Hand That Rocks the Cradle”), George Finn (“LOL”), Malcolm McDowell (“A Clockwork Orange”) and Billy Zane (“Titanic”). Agiashvili produced alongside John Edward Lee, Dimitri Birbilis, Deanna Plascencia and Chadwick Struck. Paramyth Film’s David Agiashvili served as executive producer.

Feelgood plans to give “A Green Story” national rollout on July 18 following its Athens premiere on July 15.

“It is a great honor and a source of inspiration to bring this fascinating Greek American dream to the big screen,” said Feelgood Entertainment’s Managing Director Irini Souganidou. “More than ever, this is a time to share exemplary, true stories with the Greek audience.”

In addition to holding exclusive rights for the theatrical and home entertainment distribution of Sony Pictures and the Walt Disney Company in Greece and Cyprus, Feelgood is also the exclusive distributor of home entertainment for Universal and BBC. The company acquires and distributes Greek and independent films across all platforms (theatrical, home entertainment, TV, internet, VOD, etc) and holds the world-wide distribution rights’ management of over 100 well-known and awarded Greek films of top directors, on all platforms (theatrical, DVD, TV, internet, VOD, etc).

Indican Pictures holds all other foreign rights to “A Green Story,” in addition to all theatrical, television, ancillary and VOD rights in North America.