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LA-based distributor Brainstorm Media has acquired North American rights to Anders Morgenthaler's drama “I Am Here” starring Kim Basinger. Deal was negotiated between Susan Wendt, TrustNordisk's head…
PARIS– TrustNordisk has pre-sold “A Man Called Ove,” Hannes Holm’s feel-good dramedy, to Germany and Benelux in the run-up to the AFM. Concorde Filmverleih will release the movie in Germany…
Magnolia Pictures has snatched up North American rights to Lukas Moodysson’s ‘We Are The Best!,” one of the highlights at Toronto Film Festival. An endearing coming-of-age dramedy, "Best" revolves…
Magnolia Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to Lars von Trier's "Nymphomaniac" following a buyers-only promo screening at the European Film Market in Berlin.
Magnolia has nabbed North American rights to writer-helmer Tobias Lindholm's hostage thriller "A Hijacking," which won the audience award in the New Auteurs section of AFI Fest last week.
An intense three-hour mental workout rewarded with a big emotional payoff, "Cloud Atlas" suggests that all human experience is connected in the pursuit of freedom, art and love.
Austin-based distributor Drafthouse Films has picked up Sundance alum "The Ambassador" for a US release that includes digital and VOD as well as theatrical in Gotham, L.A. and Austin.
LONDON -- U.K. distrib Arrow Films has picked up Susanne Bier's romantic comedy ''Love Is All You Need,'' which is now sold out throughout the world.
Magnolia Pictures has snapped up North American rights to "Headhunters," marking the second pic the distrib has pre-bought here at the European Film Market.
In just two years, the ambitious Les Arcs European Film Festival has been able to lure major Euro producers, sales agents and distributors to the French Alps.
Lorber Films has picked up U.S. rights to "Armadillo," Janus Metz' documentary about Danish soldiers in Afghanistan, to release theatrically early next year.