Magazine article Screen International

New Europe Scores 'United States of Love', 'Aloys' Sales

Magazine article Screen International

New Europe Scores 'United States of Love', 'Aloys' Sales

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Polish drama United States Of Love (Zjednoczone stany milosci) has been snapped up by a further three territories following its world premiere in Competition at the Berlin Film Festival, where it won director/writer Tomasz Wasilewski the Silver Bear for best script.

Jan Naszewski's Warsaw-based sales company New Europe Film Sales has sold the film to Denmark (Angel), Hungary (Vertigo) and Romania (Transilvania Film) with further offers pending from German-speaking Europe.

It follows previous sales across Europe and Asia including the UK, France and South Korea during the EFM. Set in Poland in 1990 - the country's first year of freedom following the fall of communism - the film tells a story of four women of different ages, who decide it is time to change their lives.

New Europe has also scored deals for Tobias Nölle's Aloys, which won the Berlinale Panorama FIPRESCI prize. …

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