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CAMELOT’S ‘PRIVACY’ PREMIERES AUGUST 9, 2012

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

Thriller Film Spotlights at GenArt Film Festival

Universal City, CA – (August 1, 2012) Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC: CMGR) (”Camelot”) announced today that Camelot Distribution Group’s (“CDG”) cyber thriller PRIVACY has been accepted as an official selection in the GenArt Film Festival (GAFF).  PRIVACY, produced by Hard Headed Films, will be one of seven features screening during the festival in New York City.  The film will screen on August 9, 2012 at 7:30pm, followed by a premiere party.

“This is such an honor for the film to be screening at such a great film festival,” comments DCG President Jessica Kelly.  “The film deserves a premiere in New York City, where it all came to life.”

Producer Anre Garrett, Co-Producer Sheila Quann, and Director Jorg Ihle (The Forgotten Ones) will all be in attendance.

”We are all thrilled to be screening at such a prestigious and well known festival, which is a favorite amongst filmmakers here,” states Garret. “Being a New York native, I had always hoped the city where this film was born and made, would be home to its premiere and the countless fans who have supported us throughout this journey.”

In its 17th year, the GenArt Film Festival has an exclusive selection of seven films and seven shorts showcasing in a seven-day layout and night premiere parties. Its sole mission is to spotlight exclusively on one film for the entire evening whilst elevating emerging filmmakers into the next stage of their careers.

PRIVACY has also been accepted to the Connecticut Film Festival and the New York City International Film Festival.

PRIVACY is a thriller about Mark, a tech savvy college student, who creates a cutting edge spyware app that allows him to remotely view any cell phone in New York City, entangling Mark in a web of murder, political intrigue and privacy invasion.

Camelot Seals the Deal at Cannes

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012

Multiple Deals Closed on Distributor’s Newest Titles

Universal City, CA – (July 3, 2012) Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC: CMGR) (”Camelot”) announced today that Camelot Distribution Group (“CDG”) closed multiple deals on their titles at Cannes’ Marche du Film, the world’s most prestigious film market in Cannes, France.

CDG kicked off Cannes with a sale to Splendid, a German Distributor, who acquired the sci-fi adventure SCAVENGERS, staring Sean Patrick Flanery (Boondock Saints, Saw 3D: The Final Chapter). CDG also closed deals with AT Entertainment in Japan for its sultry drama WEBDULTRY and the horror comedy YOU CAN’T KILL STEPHEN KING. Klockworx, also from Japan, picked up PRIVACY, a cyber thriller. In addition, deals were signed for A WARRIOR’S HEART in Spain, WEBDULTRY and PRIVACY in Australia and multiple agreements are expected to close for many of the titles in UK, Germany, U.S, France, Israel, and Russia.

“Cannes was great this year,” said President of Distribution Jessica Kelly.  “Distributors are buying, and we have great product to sell.  The screenings were filled, the response from buyers was encouraging and the sales atmosphere was very robust.”

During the market, Camelot screened the NY Times Critics’ Pick THE DISH AND THE SPOON, staring Greta Gerwig (Greenburg, Arthur), who, betrayed by her husband, strikes up a magical friendship with a teenage drifter; PRIVACY, a college student who hacks into a mobile phone leading him down a path of murder; National Lampoon’s SNIPPED, staring Andrew McCarthy and Jonathan Silverman (The Weekend at Bernie’s duo), about a guy who goes under the knife and wakes up anything but a man; THE UNDERSTUDY, a story about an unsuccessful actress who lands an understudy role that allows her talent to outshine the star; and YOU CAN’T KILL STEPHEN KING, a horror comedy based on killings straight out of Stephen King novels.