Korean films set sales

Finecut shifts slew of pics

Seoul– South Korea’s Finecut has concluded a slew of sales at the Berlinale’s European Film Market, including the sale of helmer Kim Sang-man’s thriller “Midnight FM” to Mei Ah Selection (Hong Kong), Eagle Intl. (Taiwan) and Shaw (Singapore).

Starring Yoo Ji-tae and Su Ae, the pic is a thriller about a psycho killer who stalks a female radio DJ during a live radio show.

Finecut also has sold “Troubleshooter,” an actioner penned by Ryoo Seung-wan, whose “The Unjust” is playing in the fest’s Panorama section, to J-Bics (Thailand) and Catchplay (Taiwan), which also picked up romantic comedy “Cyrano Agency.” Latter film was also bought by Clover Films (Singapore).

Helmer Kim Ji-woon’s “I Saw the Devil” added a Spanish deal with Mediatres.

The company also has closed a number of deals in France. “Bedevilled,” which played Cannes Critics’ Week, has gone to Distrib Films; creature film “Chaw” sold to Opening Film; and war movie “71: Into the Fire” went to CTV.