New York - Submarine Entertainment will represent Laura Paglin's "Unseen," a documentary feature about serial killer Anthony Sowell, told from the perspective of his victims and their families. The highly anticipated film has been four years in the making. "This movie is mesmerizing as it takes a very novel yet respectful approach to uncovering what happened in this case," said Matt Burke, Submarine Entertainment's director of business development.
Paglin's films have been featured on HBO and PBS. She is based in Cleveland, Ohio.
Submarine Entertainment is quickly building a reputation as the world's premier true story deal-makers, having represented four of the past five Oscar winning documentaries.