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Film Europe locks up sales going into DISCOP

FNE Staff 2009-06-10
Film Europe, the sister company of SPI International (www.spi-film.eu), has confirmed distribution agreements for five films following the Cannes market, and adds a slate of documentary films to its presence at DISCOP.

In addition to feature films, at DISCOP (June 16-19, www.discop.com) Film Europe is representing the documentary films by K2 (www.k2studio.sk), a young Slovak production company specializing in mountain, expedition, and adventure films, including a prize-winning film on the shrouded mountain kingdom of Bhutan.

Who Is Afraid of the Wolf, which premiered in the Generation section in Berlin and went on to take the main prize at the recent Zlin festival, has been sold to the following: ERT, Greece (www.ert.gr); Polmedia, Poland (www.polmedia-film.com): Clorofilm, Romania (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.); Anjou Lafayette, Hungary (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.);and Family Films, France (www.familyfilms.fr). Benelux, Austria and Germany are in negotiation, with sales to be expected to be finalized soon.

"It also has a great festival career," Marta Lamperova, Film Europe managing director, told FNE. "Now it goes to Shanghai IFF, Karlovy Vary, Melbourne, and we just got an invitation to be in Chicago IFF competition."

Film Europe also confirmed the following sales and negotiations:

My Husband´s Women, sold to ERT, Greece; and Polmedia, Poland.

Broken Promise: sold to Polmedia for Poland, Romania, Bulgaria; Picture This! Entertainment, for North America (www.picturethisent.com); and AYA Pro, Japan.

Heaven, Hell...Earth sold to Vivarto, Poland (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Saxana, the Little Witch, sold to Flins y Piniculas, Spain (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Russia, Scandinavia and Benelux are in negotiation.

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