NonStop Takes 'Trip', 'Let Me In' and 'Barney’s Version' at AFM
1:51 PM PST 11/10/2010 by Scott Roxborough
COLOGNE, Germany – Swedish distributor NonStop Entertainment is bringing Let Me In, Matt Reeves’ U.S. remake of Swedish vampire hit Let the Right One In, back to Scandinavia. NonStop grabbed all Scandi rights to Let Me In from sales outfit Exclusive at the American Film Market. NonStop also took Michael Winterbottom’s improvised comedy The Trip featuring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon taking a roadtrip through the culinary highlights of Northern England. Winterbottom made The Trip both as a feature film and a six-part TV series for the BBC. NonStop picked up all rights to both versions for Scandinavia, Iceland and the Baltics from Goalpost. Also on NonStop’s shopping list was Richard J. Lewis’ Barney’s Version, the adaptation of the Mordecai Richler bestseller of the same name, which stars Paul Giamatti, Dustin Hoffman and Rosamund Pike. NonStop bought all rights in Scandinavia and the Baltics from Essential Entertainment.
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