May 14th, 2015 – Vancouver BC – Quizam Media Corporation (“Quizam” or “the Company”) (QQ:CA) , through its President Russ Rossi, today announced that Koch Media has signed a licensing agreement to purchase 4 feature films from Quizam for the Italian speaking European market. The films titles are “Gifted”, “Gifted 2″, “Primal Shift” and “The Blind King”. Koch is paying $35,000 USD plus 50% of all gross receipts from the exploitation of the Granted Rights. The licensed territory is limited to “Italian Speaking Europe” which includes Italy, Vatican City, San Marino, Italian speaking Malta, Capo D’Istria, Monte Carlo, Monaco, Italian speaking rights for Switzerland and in respect of theatrical rights of the territory of Switzerland, the right to exploit the picture in all official languages. A 20% commission will be paid to Event Film. Russ Rossi, CEO of Quizam, commented, “The Quizam team is super excited. It’s reassuring (and flattering) to have our first movies purchased so quickly. We are very encouraged as this is just one small market in the huge global tapestry of film sales. We are onwards and upwards!”
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