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VOD provider and distributor SPI International has announced that it has entered a deal with renowned director and producer Philippe Martinez to co-produce three films and four TV series per year.

SPI Martinez Max Cloud 10April2019As regards TV series, the partnership will include productions such as Salvage Marines, a brand-new TV series based on a book by writer Sean-Michael Argo for which production began in March. Casper Van Dien and Peter Shinkoda are the protagonists in a story about a group of soldiers on a militarised deep space operation called Salvage Marines. Salvage Marine is produced in partnership with Jamie Thompson and Jake Seal from Village Studios in Louisiana, USA.

Mister Mayfair is a film trilogy that covers adventure, crime plots, revenge, intense fight scenes and insane car chasing sequences. Starring Armand Assante, Steven Bauer, and Ken Davitian, the programme is a story about Max Mitchell, a former New York gangster, living the good life in Mayfair, London. Mister Mayfair is directed by Philippe Martinez and produced in partnership with producer Alan Latham and Kirsty Bell's Goldfinch Studios.

The Intergalactic Adventures of Max Cloud stars Scott Adkins and Tommy Flanagan and tells the story of a space cruiser that crashes on a planet that is home to an intergalactic prison. The sci-fi action-comedy is produced by Goldfinch Studios.

“I couldn't be more pleased to announce our partnership with director and producer Phillipe Martinez. Together we are producing three movies and a brand-new TV series in 2019,” said SPI International president Loni Farhi. “SPI is investing in products and programmes that will speak to and delight audiences worldwide.”