Arnold pic sells to U.K., Germany, France
LONDON — HanWay Films has struck multiple sales on Andrea Arnold’s “Wuthering Heights,” which shoots mid-May in Yorkshire, Northern England.
Major territory deals include Artificial Eye and Film 4 for the U.K., Diaphana for France and Prokino for Germany.
Other European territories include Spain (Alta), Portugal (Lusomundo), Switzerland (Frenetic), Benelux (Cineart), Greece/Romania (Odeon), Czech Republic (Intersonic), Poland (Gutek), the former Yugoslavia (Tuck), Russia (Maywin) and Iceland (Myndform).
In Asia, the pic went to Hong Kong/Singapore (Golden Scene), Turkey (Horizon), Middle East (Front Row) and Korea (Thomas Entertainment).
The pic was also sold to Latin America (Swen), Australia (Transmission) and South Africa (Ster Kinekor).
“Wuthering Heights” is an Ecosse Films and Film Four Production. Kevin Loader produces with Robert Bernstein and Douglas Rae. Pic was adapted by Olivia Hetreed.