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Berlin Competition Entry ‘From Hilde, With Love’ Travels Across Europe, to Australia, New Zealand for Beta Cinema (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Australia - France - New Zealand - Italy - Germany - Portugal - Czech Republic - Berlin - Hungary - city Babylon
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01.03.2024 / 11:41

Berlin Competition Entry ‘From Hilde, With Love’ Travels Across Europe, to Australia, New Zealand for Beta Cinema (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Following its world premiere in the competition section of the Berlin Film Festival, Beta Cinema has revealed first sales across Europe and to Australia and New Zealand for Andreas Dresen’s “From Hilde, With Love.” The drama about anti-Nazi activists in Berlin, which is led by “Babylon Berlin’s” Liv Lisa Fries and introduces Johannes Hegemann in his first big screen appearance, will be released in France by Haut et Court, in Italy by Teodora and throughout Scandinavia by Angel Films. Beta Cinema also closed deals for Benelux (September Film), Portugal (Outsider), former Yugoslavia (Discovery), Hungary (Cirko) and Czech Republic (Film Europe). Palace Film picked up the film for Australia and New Zealand.

Movistar Plus+ Nabs ‘The Tattooist of Auschwitz’ for Spain (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain
variety.com
29.02.2024 / 08:57

Movistar Plus+ Nabs ‘The Tattooist of Auschwitz’ for Spain (EXCLUSIVE)

Ed Meza @edmezavar Spain’s Movistar Plus+, the pay TV/SVOD service of telco giant Telefónica, has picked up the Sky and Peacock original series “The Tattooist of Auschwitz,” starring Harvey Keitel and based on the bestselling novel by Heather Morris. The six-part limited series is one of the key draws on the sales slate of All3Media International, which hosts a showcase at the London TV Screenings on Feb.

‘Ploey 2’ Flies to Multiple Territories After Debuting at European Film Market With the Playmaker (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Greece - Poland - Berlin - Turkey - Bulgaria - state Baltic
variety.com
28.02.2024 / 10:59

‘Ploey 2’ Flies to Multiple Territories After Debuting at European Film Market With the Playmaker (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor The Playmaker has closed a raft of pre-sales deals on “Ploey 2 – The Legend of the Winds,” which was presented to international buyers for the first time at the European Film Market this month. The Playmaker screened an exclusive first-look teaser at its booth in Berlin as well as a promo for attending buyers.

‘Fallen’ Star Sofia Helin on Swapping Clothes With Her Director, Reuniting With Scribe Camilla Ahlgren and Creating a Lighter Noir Than ‘The Bridge’ - variety.com - Britain - France - Sweden - city Stockholm
variety.com
27.02.2024 / 12:02

‘Fallen’ Star Sofia Helin on Swapping Clothes With Her Director, Reuniting With Scribe Camilla Ahlgren and Creating a Lighter Noir Than ‘The Bridge’

Annika Pham One of Banijay’s scripted centrepieces at the London TV Screenings, the Swedish crime drama “Fallen” (“Sanningen”), sees the first reunion of star actor Sofia Helin, writer Camilla Ahlgren, and Stockholm-based Filmlance International since the multi-season hit crime show “The Bridge” (2011-2018). Their collaboration has paid off again as “Fallen” has wooed a first batch of global sellers – including MHz Choice for the U.S.

Ross and Rocky Lynch of the Driver Era Plot North American Tour (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - Los Angeles - Los Angeles - USA - Netherlands - Belgium - New Jersey - Egypt - Greece - county Rock - Wisconsin - city Indianapolis - city Pittsburgh - city Omaha
variety.com
26.02.2024 / 15:13

Ross and Rocky Lynch of the Driver Era Plot North American Tour (EXCLUSIVE)

Thania Garcia Los Angeles-based duo the Driver Era is hitting the road for a 17-city tour across North America. With over three albums to date, brothers Ross and Rocky Lynch will again begin touring on April 2 in Pittsburgh’s Roxian Theatre and hit venues in New York, New Jersey, Quebec and more before wrapping in Toronto on May 8.

Berlinale Competition Titles ‘Dying’ and ‘Architecton’ Score Multiple Deals With the Match Factory - variety.com - Spain - France - Italy - South Korea - Russia - Norway - Austria - Germany - Switzerland - county Aurora - Greece - Poland - Hungary - county Andrews - Taiwan - Romania
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26.02.2024 / 14:07

Berlinale Competition Titles ‘Dying’ and ‘Architecton’ Score Multiple Deals With the Match Factory

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor The Match Factory has revealed multiple distribution deals for two Berlinale competition titles: German director Matthias Glasner‘s “Dying,” which won the festival’s Silver Bear for best screenplay, and Russian director Victor Kossakovsky‘s documentary “Architecton.” “Dying,” which stars Lars Eidinger, Lilith Stangenberg and Corinna Harfouch, also picked up the Guild of German Arthouse Cinemas and the Berliner Morgenpost Readers’ Jury Award. Variety‘s review describes the film as “a profoundly affecting exploration of life and loss.” The Match Factory closed deals for the film in France (Bodega Film), Italy (Satine Film), Benelux (September Film Distribution), Norway (Selmer Media), Poland (Aurora), CIS (Provzglyad), Ex-Yugoslavia (MCF MegaCom Film), Hungary (Cirko Films), Greece (Cinobo), Romania (Freealize), Taiwan (Andrews Film) and South Korea (Pancinema).

Paramount Global’s Lisa Kramer On New Paramount+ Branded Hub In Africa & The Changing World Of TV Distribution – London TV Screenings - deadline.com - India - Belgium - Greece - Philippines
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26.02.2024 / 09:11

Paramount Global’s Lisa Kramer On New Paramount+ Branded Hub In Africa & The Changing World Of TV Distribution – London TV Screenings

EXCLUSIVE: The news when Deadline speaks to Lisa Kramer is the launch of a Paramount+ branded hub with African pay-TV giant MultiChoice. But a conversation with the President, International TV Licensing at Paramount Global Content Distribution (PGCD), offers a much wider insight into the world of TV in 2024.

Mubi Buys Berlinale Highlight ‘Dahomey’ by Mati Diop for North America, U.K., Germany and More Territories (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Italy - Senegal - Ireland - India - Austria - Germany - Switzerland - Turkey - Benin
variety.com
23.02.2024 / 12:32

Mubi Buys Berlinale Highlight ‘Dahomey’ by Mati Diop for North America, U.K., Germany and More Territories (EXCLUSIVE)

Dahomey,” a highlight of this year’s Berlinale competition and directed by Cannes prizewinner Mati Diop (“Atlantics”), for North America, Latin America, U.K., Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Turkey and India. The feature film is represented in international markets by Films du Losange, which negotiated the deal with Mubi. “Dahomey” marks the sophomore outing of Diop, a French-Senegalese talent who is considered one of the leading figures in international arthouse cinema and of a new wave in African and diasporic cinema.

Filmax Closes ‘The Teacher Who Promised the Sea’ with Italy’s Officine Ubu (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - Italy - India - Berlin - state Oregon - Israel
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19.02.2024 / 20:25

Filmax Closes ‘The Teacher Who Promised the Sea’ with Italy’s Officine Ubu (EXCLUSIVE)

Anna Marie de la Fuente Spanish indie film studio Filmax has sold sleeper hit “The Teacher who Promised the Sea” to Italy’s Officine Ubu following sales to Nachshon Films in Israel, Angel Films Scandinavia, India’s BookMyShow and airline rights to Encore Inflight. “The Teacher…” is based on the real story of Antoni Benaiges, an instructor from Catalonia who, back in 1935, was assigned to teach at a little village school in the province of Burgos.

Saudi Arabia Launches Film Fund For Arab Cinema With Slate Toplined by Biopic of Singer Umm Kulthum Played by Mona Zaki - variety.com - Britain - France - Saudi Arabia - Egypt - Berlin - Tunisia - Lebanon - city Cairo
variety.com
19.02.2024 / 15:49

Saudi Arabia Launches Film Fund For Arab Cinema With Slate Toplined by Biopic of Singer Umm Kulthum Played by Mona Zaki

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Saudi Arabia’s General Entertainment Authority (GEA) has launched a new film fund called Big Time Investment to boost production of quality Arabic movies and announced a slate of Egyptian feature films toplined by a biopic of Egyptian icon Umm Kulthum who is considered the Arab world’s greatest singer. Prominent Egyptian director Marwan Hamed, whose epic “Kira and El Gen” about local resistance to British occupation, is recent hit, will direct the film titled “El Set.” Egyptian star Mona Zaki will play Kulthum who from the late 1920s onwards became the first prominent Arab singer to disseminate her work to the masses via the new technologies of the times: radio, the phonograph, cinema and television.

How Novelist Christine Angot Came to Make a Film About Her Family’s Reaction to Revelation That Her Father Repeatedly Raped Her - variety.com - France - Berlin
variety.com
18.02.2024 / 07:45

How Novelist Christine Angot Came to Make a Film About Her Family’s Reaction to Revelation That Her Father Repeatedly Raped Her

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor In Christine Angot‘s documentary “A Family,” which premieres Sunday in the Encounters section of the Berlin Film Festival, the French novelist explores how various members of her family reacted to the revelation that she was repeatedly raped by her father from the age of 13. The film starts with a startling confrontation between Angot and her stepmother in Strasbourg, with Angot pushing her way into her stepmother’s apartment with a camera-person and proceeding to question the woman about Angot’s late father’s crimes and the wife’s view on that. Angot says that this incident was not planned at all.

Catherine Deneuve Movie ‘The President’s Wife’ Acquired for North America by Cohen Media Group (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - USA - Berlin
variety.com
17.02.2024 / 18:19

Catherine Deneuve Movie ‘The President’s Wife’ Acquired for North America by Cohen Media Group (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Cohen Media Group, the U.S. distribution company behind Matteo Garrone’s Oscar-nominated “Io Capitano,” has acquired North American rights to “The President’s Wife,” a biting movie starring Catherine Deneuve as the former first lady Bernadette Chirac. The deal closed during the European Film Market currently taking place and running alongside the Berlin Film Festival.

‘Sons of the Clouds’’ Alvaro Longoria Preps ‘The Sleeper’(EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - London - Italy - Madrid - Rome
variety.com
17.02.2024 / 17:53

‘Sons of the Clouds’’ Alvaro Longoria Preps ‘The Sleeper’(EXCLUSIVE)

Emiliano De Pablos Spain’s Morena, Mediacrest and Estrategia Audiovisual are joining forces with Italy’s Fandango on “The Sleeper,” a thriller doc following an alleged Caravaggio painting, directed by producer-helmer Álvaro Longoria. Rome-based Fandango also handles international sales rights.

Focus Features Buys International Rights to Brady Corbet’s ‘The Brutalist,’ Starring Adrien Brody and Felicity Jones (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Sweden - county Harrison - county Lee - Hungary - city Newark - city Kingstown
variety.com
17.02.2024 / 17:53

Focus Features Buys International Rights to Brady Corbet’s ‘The Brutalist,’ Starring Adrien Brody and Felicity Jones (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Focus Features has bought international rights to Brady Corbet‘s “The Brutalist,” starring Adrien Brody, Felicity Jones, Guy Pearce and Joe Alwyn, Variety has learned. Corbet, who sits on the Berlinale jury, penned the film with Mona Fastvold (“The World to Come”), a Swedish filmmaker who is also his wife. The film charts 30 years in the lives of visionary architect László Toth and his wife, Erzsébet, who flee post-war Europe in 1947 and witness the birth of modern America.

Dark Star Pictures Buys French Kung Fu Comedy ‘Zenithal’ for North America (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Paris - USA - Nepal
variety.com
16.02.2024 / 06:29

Dark Star Pictures Buys French Kung Fu Comedy ‘Zenithal’ for North America (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Dark Star Pictures has acquired North American rights to “Zenithal,” a kung fu comedy directed by Jean-Baptiste Saurel, an up-and-coming filmmaker whose previous short, “The Dickslap,” premiered at Cannes’ Critics Week. “Zenithal” is being represented in international markets by Best Friend Forever, which will unveil an exclusive promo reel at the EFM. Currently in post-production, the film will world premiere this year.

CPH:DOX Announces Competition Lineup Packed With World Premieres - deadline.com - France - Sweden - Ireland - Canada - Ukraine - Denmark - city Amsterdam - city Copenhagen
deadline.com
16.02.2024 / 01:05

CPH:DOX Announces Competition Lineup Packed With World Premieres

CPH:DOX, the prestigious documentary film festival in Copenhagen, has announced a competition program across six categories that features 47 world premieres.

Iranian Directors Banned From Traveling to Berlinale Talk ‘Crossing All the Red Lines’ in ‘My Favourite Cake’ - variety.com - France - Indiana - Iran - Berlin - city Tehran
variety.com
15.02.2024 / 20:09

Iranian Directors Banned From Traveling to Berlinale Talk ‘Crossing All the Red Lines’ in ‘My Favourite Cake’

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Iranian director duo Maryam Moghaddam and Behtash Sanaeeha were recently banned by Iranian authorities from traveling to this year’s Berlin Film Festival, where their drama “My Favourite Cake” is premiering in competition. The film is about a 70-year-old woman named Mahin who has been living alone in Tehran ever since her husband died and her daughter left for Europe. Suddenly an incident prompts Mahin to break her solitary routine and revitalize her love life.

Fandango Takes World Sales on Carlo Sironi’s Berlin Generation Drama ‘My Summer With Irène’ – Watch Trailer (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Italy - Berlin
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15.02.2024 / 15:32

Fandango Takes World Sales on Carlo Sironi’s Berlin Generation Drama ‘My Summer With Irène’ – Watch Trailer (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Italy’s Fandango Sales has taken global distribution rights outside Italy to Carlo Sironi’s coming-of-age drama “My Summer With Irène,” which will premiere in the Berlin Film Festival‘s Generation section. Sironi, whose first feature “Sole” made a splash on the international fest circuit, is back with this relationship drama starring rising French indie star Noée Abita (“Slalom”) and Maria Camilla Barandenburg (“Slam Italia”) playing two 17-year-olds named Clara and Irène who both have health issues.

Beta Cinema Sells Swedish Box Office Hit ‘Hammarskjold – Fight for Peace,’ Starring Mikael Persbrandt, Across Europe (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - France - New York - Sweden - Italy - Portugal - Indiana - Congo
variety.com
15.02.2024 / 06:09

Beta Cinema Sells Swedish Box Office Hit ‘Hammarskjold – Fight for Peace,’ Starring Mikael Persbrandt, Across Europe (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Beta Cinema has sold political thriller “Hammarskjöld — Fight for Peace,” which is a box office hit in its home territory Sweden, to multiple key territories. Sales include Italy (Rai Cinema), France (Swift Prods.), Spain (Twelve Oaks), Portugal (Outsider Films) and former Yugoslavia (Discovery). A U.S.

RAI Cinema Launches Standalone Film Sales Unit at EFM With Lineup Toplined by Berlin Title ‘Gloria!’ - variety.com - France - Italy - Berlin
variety.com
14.02.2024 / 19:59

RAI Cinema Launches Standalone Film Sales Unit at EFM With Lineup Toplined by Berlin Title ‘Gloria!’

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Italian state broadcaster RAI’s RAI Cinema film arm is launching a new standalone film sales unit at the European Film Market. The nascent sales company — which is called RAI Cinema International Distribution — aims to fill a gap within RAI’s content sales force given that RAI’s existing RAI Com sales unit is “mostly dedicated to TV product,” said RAI Cinema CEO Paolo Del Brocco.

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