• Coda
  • MAR
  • One Night in Olso
  • Yes We Love
  • Animals I Killed Last Summer
  • Snow
  • Magma
  • Behind the curtain
  • All Saints' Day
  • Holiday at the Seaside
  • Kebab & Horoscope
  • Rocks in my Pockets
  • Summer of Blood
  • Violet
  • Above Us All
  • Marussia
  • I’m the Same, I’m an Other
  • Thou Wast Mild and Lovely
  • Moonshine
  • Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?
  • Ham Story
  • Boles
  • My Father's Truck
  • La Isla
  • The Art of Disappearing
  • The Big Leap
  • Papusza
  • I'm going to mum's
  • Mother, I Love You
  • I Used to be Darker
  • Ziegenort
  • Flytopia
  • Premature
  • ...and Ubul
  • Unravel
  • Seven Minutes in the Warsaw Ghetto
  • Frozen Stories
  • Say Yes and Dance
  • It Looks Pretty From a Distance
  • The Swedish Job
  • Astrid
  • The Game
  • Superman, Spiderman or Batman
  • Agnieszka
  • Leaves
  • Compulsion
  • Next Door Letters
  • The Last Bus
  • I Don't Blame the Beautiful Game
  • Now, Forager
  • Talk to him
  • How to pick berries
  • Beach Boy
  • The Twin
  • Little Children Big Words
  • The Lost Town of Świteź
  • Echo
  • Sinner
  • On Leave
  • Megaheavy
  • Cooked
  • Josette
  • Esterhazy
  • The Great Magician
  • Totally Different Story
  • Story of a Missing Car
  • The First Day
  • Out in That Deep Blue Sea
  • Incident by a Bank
  • Poste Restante
  • Oli's Wedding
  • Princess Margaret Blvd.
  • Believe
  • Mrs G.
  • Attached to You
  • Tussilago
  • Lies
  • Never Like The First Time!
  • Paths of Hate
  • The Kinematograph
Latest Acquisitions
"MAR" by Dominga Sotomayor
"Coda" by Alan Holly
"One Night in Olso" by Eirik Svensson

​Dominga Sotomayor’s new film MAR in Berlinale Forum
New Europe Film Sales picked up Dominga Sotomayor’s Berlinale Forum-bound Mar. Produced by Dominga Sotomayor’s Cinestacion and Ivan Eibuszyc’s Frutacine, the film is a Chilean-Argentinian coproduction.

Mar is a story of Martin, whose beach vacation with his girlfriend is spoiled by the arrival of his mother.

Sotomayor’s previous feature film De Jueves A Domingo (Thursday Till Sunday) developed at the Cannes’ Cinefondation Residence won the Tiger Award for best feature at Rotterdam IFF and best film awards at Indie Lisboa, New Horizons and Valdivia Film Festival.

Jan Naszewski and New Europe worked with Sotomayor before as a co-producer and sales agent of the DOX:LAB-initiated short film La Isla (co-directed with Katarzyna Klimkiewicz), which won the Tiger Award at Rotterdam IFF and Huesca IFF and screened at Telluride, New Directors/New Films, Indie Lisboa among other.

​Farewell Krzysztof Krauze (1953-2014)
We were very saddened by the news that Krzysztof Krauze, the co-director of Papusza passed away on 24th December after a long struggle with cancer. This is sad news for the Polish film industry and film culture. Krzysztof was one of the leading auteurs of Polish cinema and his films Debt, Saviour’s Square and My Nikifor are milestones of Polish cinematography.

Our new youth film - ONE NIGHT IN OSLO by Eirik Svensson (Norway)
We are pround to announce that we picked up the Norwegian youth film One Night in Oslo (Natt till 17) by Eirik Svensson from the producers Maipo Film AS (Elling, Happy Happy, Miss Julie).
One Night in Oslo is a story of 15 year-olds Sam and Amir, who have their friendship tested on the night before the Norwegian Day of Liberation. The film premiered at this year’s Giffoni Film Festival and had a box office of over 900.000 USD in Norway in 2014.
The acquisition is part of our company’s strategy to build a strong catalogue of smart films for children and youth audiences after the successful runs with Berlinale Generation winners: Latvian Mother I Love You by Janis Nords and Belgian Violet by Bas Devos.