The Sundance film is a moody, atmospheric thriller about a college graduate who becomes obsessed with a prostitute
IFC Films has purchased the North American rights to the thriller "Simon Killer," TheWrap has confirmed.
Campos wrote the screenplay for the film. He is a co-founder of the filmmaker collective Borderline Films, which was behind last year's Sundance breakout "Martha Marcy May Marlene."
In a generally favorable review, the Guardian's Jeremy Kay wrote, "'Simon Killer' is a difficult, dark ride. It's well acted but a little flabby and internalised in places, punctuated by unsettling stroboscopic digital wipes and distinguished by a seductive, urgent score and soundtrack."
CAA represented FilmHaven in the negotiations while UTA represented Borderline.