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Shout! Factory Abuzz With 'Maya The Bee' Franchise In Multi-Picture Deal - Berlin

Shout! Factory and Studio 100 Media have expanded their distribution alliance with a new multi-picture deal for Studio 100’s upcoming Maya The Bee feature film series. 148 more words

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Arclight Celebrates 'Happy Birthday' With Steven Tyler; Epic Boards 'Abulele' - Berlin

EXCLUSIVE: Arclight Films has added psychedelic thriller Happy Birthday by concert films and music video director Casey Tebo to its EFM sales slate. Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler appears in the horror pic about two friends who venture across the border to Mexicali for a night of birthday revelry. 197 more words

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Berlin: Fortissimo Boards Mark Cousins' 'Stockholm My Love' (EXCLUSIVE)

Fortissimo Films, the Hong Kong- and Amsterdam-based sales agency, has picked up rights to upcoming Mark Cousins-directed film “Stockholm My Love.”

The film, a portrait of the Swedish capital, stars singer Neneh Cherry as a 47-year-old architect who loves buildings and the way that they influence people’s lives. 337 more words


Berlin: Gaumont, Volker Schlöndorff Reteam on Stellan Skarsgard Starrer 'Montauk' (EXCLUSIVE)

Rolling off Berlin-premiering “Diplomacy,” Gaumont is teaming up with Volker Schlöndorff for his English-language drama “Return to Montauk” toplining Stellan Skarsgard (“Nymphomaniac”) and Nina Hoss (“Barbara”). 95 more words


Berlin: Media Luna Acquires 'Little Wing' from Oscar-Nominated Director Selma Vilhunen (EXCLUSIVE)

BERLIN — International sales company Media Luna New Films has acquired four projects, including Finnish coming-of-age drama “Little Wing” from director Selma Vilhunen, whose short film “Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?” was nominated for an Academy Award in 2014. 251 more words


Scanbox Set For 'Prince Avalanche''s Norwegian Remake 'Moskus' (EXCLUSIVE)

BERLIN– Underscoring its ambition to dive deeper into local Nordic productions, Scanbox Entertainment has come on board “Moskus,” a Norwegian makeover of the Icelandic pic “Either Way,” to be directed by up-and-comer Bobbie Peers. 281 more words


Berlin: Cinephil Stirs Up a ‘Tempestad’

Tel Aviv-based documentary sales company Cinephil has acquired “Tempestad” from director Tatiana Huezo (“The Tiniest Place”).

“Tempestad” makes its world premiere Saturday in Berlin’s Forum. It is produced by Mexico’s Pimienta Films, which also co-produced Rafi Pitts’ Berlin competition entry, “Soy Nero.” Jim Stark (“Down by Law,” “Mystery Train,” “Night on Earth”) executive produced “Tempestad.” 234 more words