The latest film by renowned director of Children’s films Taavi Vartia has been acquired by Media Move. With a story reminiscent of the golden era of family adventure films, “Finders of the Lost Yacht” follows two buddies Pertsa and Kilu, and their efforts to recover a bag of stolen money from a sunken yacht to
Kazakh action-comedy title “Sweetie, You won’t believe it” has found a UK distributor in 101 Films. Labeled “the most exhilarating film of the year” by Fatanspoa, Yernar Nurgalyiev’s film has already been screened and praised at Tallinn black nights and Warsaw international film festival.
The most prestigious Serbian film festival announced its winners on May 16th and Nemajnja Ceranic’s film “Loan Shark” was recognized with the award for best domestic film. Shot entirely during the pandemic, the appearance at FEST21 marked the world premiere of Loan Shark.
Australian western “The Flood”, acquired by Media Move during Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, has found new distributors in UK, North America, and Latin American territories. Victoria Wharfe McIntyre’s feature debut tells the story of a woman on the path to take revenge for her husband and daughter. The rights for the UK and North
South Africa drama “Poppie Nongena” based on the celebrated Elsa Joubert novel, had its US premiere at Santa Barbara International Film Festival. The premiere is to be followed by the film’s wide release in the US. Distribution in the US is handled by Topic Entertainment.
Indian horror/fantasy “Kriya”, Serbian crime drama “Loan Shark”, and Polish thriller “Code: Challenge” are new additions to Media Move’s growing catalog of exciting genre films. In Kriya, a young DJ is entangled in a series of death rituals after falling for a beautiful stranger. Directed by Nemanja Ceranic, Loan Shark tells the story of a
The Croatian/Serbian horror-comedy Balkan Bite has been acquired by distributors in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam, and Latam. Set in the near future, Balkan Bite portrays a world struggling with water shortages, wars, and a zombie outbreak.
The Icelandic box office wonder Agnes Joy has been recently screened at two prestigious film events. The film was viewed by audiences at the Glasgow Film Festival and the Seattle International Film Festival. Birgitta Björnsdóttir’s film also scored an impressive 9 nominations at the Icelandic Edda Awards, including for best film, best screenplay and best
Media Move has sold Polish War drama, Legions, to three countries. Deals have been secured with Activers in Korea (along with 4 other Media Move titles), Zazie Film in Japan and Twelve Oaks in Spain.
Beijing Hualu New Media Information and Technology has acquired five films from the Media Move catalog. The films released will be Polish horror hit Werewolf, Iranian war drama The Lost Straight, Private Milhoes, Chemo and The Mystery Of Green Hill.