Fortissimo sells ‘Go,’ ‘Sky’

A Film picks up four pix

HONG KONG — Amsterdam and Hong Kong-based Fortissimo Films added to its Cannes sales tally with deals for drama “The Go Master,” which was licensed for North America to Netflix, and for crimer “Eye in the sky,” which was acquired by Hakuhodo for Japan.

Benelux distribber A Film picked up rights to Cannes festival films “Ploy” and “Pleasure Factory,” Sundance documentary “Nanking” and “Eye in the Sky.”

The U.K.’s Pathe picked up Diane Keaton and Jon Heder-starrer “Mama’s Boy.”

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