NonStop, Scanbox Snatch Berlin Titles for Scandinavia
Swedish distributors NonStop Entertainment and Scanbox head back from Berlin with their suitcases full of Berlin titles.
BERLIN – Swedish distributors NonStop Entertainment and Scanbox head back from Berlin with their suitcases full of Berlin titles.
NonStop grabbed Scandinavian and Baltic rights to Morgan Spurlock's new comedy doc The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, took a gamble on Miranda July's Competition entry The Future and beat out other buyers to secure Ealing Studios' documentary Bobby Fischer Against The World.
Other NonStop pick ups at Berlin this year include Sundance Audience Award winner Circumstance from Iranian director Maryam Keshavarz; the thriller I Melt With You starring Jeremy Piven and Rob Lowe; Voltage Picture's drama Another Happy Day with Ellen Barkin, Kate Bosworth and Demi Moore and the newspaper doc Page One: A Year Inside The New York Times.
Scanbox nabbed Scandinavian rights on David Cronenberg's Freud biopic A Dangerous Method, which stars Viggo Mortensen, Keira Knightley and Michael Fassbender. The Nordic distributor also picked up mystery thriller The Caller from Bankside Films and horror title 11-11-11 from Epic.