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Latest Acquisitions
"Bridgend" by Jeppe Rønde
"Still Born" by Åsa Sandzén
"Crumbs" by Miguel Llansó

New film - Bridgend by Jeppe Rønde (Rotterdam/Tribeca FF competitions)
2015-03-23
Danish-produced, Wales-set thriller starring Hannah Murray (Skins, God Save the Girl, Game of Thrones), Steven Waddington (The Imitation Game, Sleepy Hollow) and Josh O’Connor (The Riot Club) world-premiered in competition in Rotterdam FF and will soon have its U.S. premiere in World Narrative Competition at Tribeca FF.

The film is inspired by true events, which received big media coverage - between 2007 and 2012 seventy-nine suicides were committed in Bridgend County, a small former coal-mining province in Wales. The film follows Sara and her dad Dave, who move to a village haunted by suicides among its young inhabitants. Sara falls dangerously in love with one of the teenagers, Jamie, while Dave, as the town’s new police officer, tries to stop the mysterious chain of suicides.

Bridgend is the feature fiction debut by Danish director Jeppe Rønde, who has so far been successful with documentaries (award-winning Jerusalem My Love and The Swenkas) and commercial work.

The film is produced by Michel Schønnemann and Malene Blenkov of Blenkov&Schønnemann Pictures.

New Europe will handle world sales outside of Denmark, while the Danish Film Institute continues to handle festivals for the film.


65. BERLINALE LINE-UP
2015-02-02
BERLINALE FORUM INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE FROM THE DIRECTOR OF 'DE JUEVES A DOMINGO'

​​MAR
dir. Dominga Sotomayor

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MARKET PREMIERE // ROTTERDAM IFF WORLD PREMIERE

​​CRUMBS

dir. Miguel Llansó

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MARKET PREMIERE // SCANDINAVIAN TEEN BOX-OFFICE HIT // 900,000 USD BOX-OFFICE IN NORWAY

​ONE NIGHT IN OSLO / NATT TILL 17.

dir. Eirik Svensson

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BEST DEBUT - RAINDANCE IFF 2014 // FEATURE DEBUT FROM EFA NOMINATED DIRECTOR

KEBAB & HOROSCOPE

dir. Grzegorz Jaroszuk

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New Film in our catalogue - a post-apocalyptic vision of Miguel Llansó in CRUMBS
2015-01-29
New Europe Film Sales picked up Miguel Llansó’s Spanish-Ethiopian post-apocalyptic sci-fi film Crumbs.

It is a wonderfully weird film that has a chance to become a cult classic among the sci-fi fans and festivals.

Produced by a Spanish-Ethiopian team the film had a successful world premiere in the Bright Futures section at the Rotterdam IFF.

Crumbs is the story of Candy, a strange-looking scrap collector, who embarks on a surreal epic journey through the post-apocalyptic Ethiopian landscape.

Miguel Llansó’s 2013 short film Chigger Ale about Hitler's Ethiopian clone, also starring Daniel Tadesse Gagano, premiered at Locarno Film Festival and has been screened at BAFICI, Tampere, Hamburg among others.

Crumbs is his debut feature.