Mediasoft Films bought the film for Korea and commited to theatrical release by the end of May. Earlier the film was sold to German-speaking, French-speaking territories and Japan. China is in advanced negotiations.
The film was released on March 2nd to god reviews and a big cheer from the crowds. The local release carried out by Media Move itself got a financial support from Polish Filmmaker’s Association.
The Dutch war drama premiered late last year and quickly raised interest in significant territories. Talks are being held in Korea & more countries.
Both films were acquired by eFida which appreciated Media Move’s idea for a catalogue. More titles are being negotiated.
Another of Media Move titles got selected for one of Telefonica’s channels. “Carte Blanche” will be broadcasted on Movistar Xtra.
Our Turkish war film with an impressive budget and a great production value raised interest from several buyers in Asia and a first deal has just been signed with A. K. Company for Japan. The film’s DVD version is currently being finished preview of which you can see above. We’re thrilled to work on this excellent
The Serbian black comedy appreciated by audience at Moscow International Film Festival and released theatrically in Czech, Slovakia and Mexico this year, was acquired by Time-In-Portrait for VOD and video. The film marks the company’s second acquisition from Media Move after “Carte Blanche” in 2015.
MEDIA MOVE scored sales to two territories of the critics favorite “The Lure”. W Empire Company took all rights for Thailand/Laos/Cambodia and Was Sen International will release the film in Taiwan. The film has proved very succesful in Asian territories with more deals on the way.
The film’s American release was followed by amazing reception from critics many of whom referred to a certain other musical on big screen now. Here are some of the few: “Forget ‘La La Land,’ This Sexy Cannibal Mermaid Musical Is Tops” (…) “As original as it is both entrancing and horrifying” – The Daily Beast “As
The film will hit the theatres on February 1st thanks to a renowned distributor Janus Films working closely with the famed Criterion Collection. Entertainment Weekly has premiered American trailer exclusively on it site – you can watch it here. “Did you enjoy La La Land but thought it would have benefitted from more singing (and sinister) mermaids?”