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21ZNA9   Monday, 05/13/13 03:16:31 PM
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Seven Arts Entertainment Inc. Announces Reverse Stock Split

LOS ANGELES, May 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Seven Arts Entertainment Inc. (OTCQB: SAPX) ("Seven Arts") today announced a 1-for-50 reverse split of its common stock, effective as of 4:01 p.m. EDT, May 2, 2013.

The reverse split will combine and convert every fifty shares of Seven Arts' outstanding common stock into one share of new common stock. Resulting fractional shares will round up to the next whole share. This will enable Seven Arts to continue its long-standing debt reduction program through the conversion of certain debt into equity.

"I look forward to continuing the Company's on-going efforts to clean up its balance sheet, bringing new investors and projects to the table, and expanding revenue streams to create stockholder value," said Vince Vellardita, Chairman/President of Seven Arts. "My goal is to bring the company back to when it was thriving on NASDAQ, and this is a step along that path."

Approximately 4,302,653 outstanding shares of common stock are expected after completion of the reverse split, and will trade under the new CUSIP number 81783N300 and under the trading symbol "SAPXD" and will revert to the historic trading symbol of "SAPX" at the end of the month.

Seven Arts has also reduced the number of authorized shares of its common stock using the same 1-for-50 ratio. The number of authorized shares of its capital stock has not changed. The Board of Directors has designated the resulting shares of Seven Arts' unallocated capital stock as authorized common stock. This increases the aggregate authorized shares of common stock to 249 million.

Prior to the reverse split and common stock allocation, Seven Arts did not have sufficient unissued and unreserved shares of common stock to continue its debt reduction program.

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