BERLIN — One-year-old Brazilian sales company Elo Audiovisual has tapped film exec Phyllis Mollet to rep its films in France.
Mollet also will advise on sales strategies for the rest of Europe.
Swiss-born Mollet has served as secretary general of the European Producers Club and FIAPF’s director of communications and festivals.
Mollet’s appointment comes as Elo has taken Europe and the MidEast on Tata Amaral’s “Antonia.” A sassy social crit drama about four femme Sao Paulo rappers, it opened the Berlinale’s Generation 14 Plus Friday. Spain’s 6 Sales has rights to the U.S. and Asia.
Elo has also closed international and Brazil new media rights to the 300-title library of Brazilian music company Trama, made up of TV music specs, docus, DVDs, shorts and music vids. It’s also taken international and new media on Vera Cruz early ’50s Brazilian film classics, Elo director Sabrina Nudeliman said.