Magazine article Screen International

Global Screen Reports Strong Debut at Berlinale's EFM

Magazine article Screen International

Global Screen Reports Strong Debut at Berlinale's EFM

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Global Screen, the joint venture of Telepool and Bavaria Media, did brisk business with its wide-ranging lineup at its first market in the new incarnation during the Berlinale's European Film Market (EFM).

"We were successful in a variety of genres," Sonia Mehandjiyska, Head Of Theatrical and TV Sales, reported, "such as the psychological thriller I, Anna, as well as our family entertainment films including Niko 2, Legends of Valhalla - Thor, The 7th Dwarf and Hanni & Nanni."

Dutch filmmaker Maarten Treurniet's based-on-a-true-story thriller The Heineken Kidnapping [pictured] was sold by Global Screen to MPI Media for the US, while Turkish distributor Medyavizyon picked up four titles: Magma Films' 3D animation Oops! Noah Is Gone, Christian Zübert's comedy Three Quarter Moon, the stereo 3D animation film The 7th Dwarf, and Marcus O. Rosenmüller's drama about three musical prodigies Wunderkinder, which has just won the Audience Award at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. …

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