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Big Screen Entertainment Introduces Blu-ray/DVD Label

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Big Screen Entertainment Group has announced the formation of its domestic DVD and Blu-ray label and an exclusive distribution partnership with  retail sales and marketing division Alternative Distribution Alliance (ADA). ADA sells music and DVD releases from third-party record and video labels, such as Epitaph, SubPop, Ultra, Tommy Boy, Severin Films, Liberation Entertainment, David Lynch MC and Blue Underground.

Big Screen Entertainment Group CEO, Kimberly Kates, Stated, “We’re thrilled to be branding our own U.S. DVD/Blu-Ray label through ADA. We plan on distributing six titles by the second quarter of 2010 through the ADA pipeline with many more titles to follow.”

The first domestic release set for the newly formed Big Screen DVD and Blu-Ray label will be the award winning and internationally acclaimed horror/thriller, Babysitter Wanted in April 2010 Co-directed by BSEG Senior VP, Michael Manasseri, starring Matt Dallas, Sarah Thompson and Bill Moseley.

Set to follow are the French vampire/film noir, Sodium BabiesRule of Three, action film Target Practice and Nina & the Mystery of the Secret Room.

“ADA Filmworks is excited to work with Big Screen Entertainment Group and its diverse portfolio of television, film and special-interest video content. We look forward to supporting their releases with our national distribution and marketing resources,” stated Rob McDonald, Vice-President of Video ADA Filmworks.

“This is a great opportunity for us. Working with a creative team, such as the one at Big Screen, makes what we do exciting. A splendid fusion of art and commerce,” added Jay Douglas, Vice-President of Acquisitions for ADA.

“Big Screen Management looks forward to being a premier domestic distribution label and music label within the ADA/Warner Music Group pipeline,” added Kates.

Kates also added that the label hopes to have “an additional 18 titles to release by 3rd Q 2010,” but she did not mention any specifics as to which titles may be released.

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