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Join us in Cannes for the 2016 Marché du Film!

Hannibal Classics is pleased to announce we will be attending the 2016 Marché du Film in Cannes with several exciting new projects and a fantastic catalogue of films!

USS Indianapolis Documentary to Accompany Epic Film

Hannibal Classics is pleased to announce that we are partnering with Phantom Studios on a documentary about the USS Indianapolis, which will be a companion piece to our epic film USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage.

The Heroic Veterans Who Inspired Nicolas Cage's Upcoming USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage: Inside Their Brave Story

People magazine ran a great aricle for VETERAN'S DAY showcasing our upcoming film USS INDIANAPOLIS: MEN OF COURAGE.

It was a role he had prepared his entire life to play, so when Matt Lanter heard that the incredible story of the USS Indianapolis was finally being made into a movie, he knew he had to be a part of it. 

"There's been scripts floating around for 20 years, but when this movie got the green light I told my agent, 'Let's make sure to keep on this,' "

Join us in Toronto! September 10 - September 14, 2015

Hannibal Classics will be attending TIFF from September 10 through September 14! 


We would love to meet with you in Toronto to discuss our many projects. We will be taking meetings at:

Gulfport Man Has Opportunity to Portray Grandfather in USS Indianapolis Movie

A movie about the U.S.S Indianapolis is in the works in Mobile and a local Gulfport man has an opportunity to portray his grandfather in the movie.
News 25’s Kristen Durand shares the story of local World War II veteran Granville Crane as he remembers his days spent stranded in the South Pacific.
Floating through shark infested water, not knowing if rescue is on the way: that’s how WWII Navy veteran Granville S. Crane felt after his ship, the U.S.S. Indianapolis, was struck by a Japanese torpedo.