Magazine article Screen International

Dogwoof Clocks Up Deals on EFM Slate

Magazine article Screen International

Dogwoof Clocks Up Deals on EFM Slate

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UK documentary specialists Dogwoof has racked up a series of deals on its European Film Market slate.

Alexandre O. Phillippe's 78/52, which Dogwoof acquired in Sundance, has gone to Scandinavia (Non Stop Entertainment) and Spain (A Contracorriente). The film is a close-up look at Alfred Hitchock's iconic shower scene from Psycho and had its EFM market premiere on Friday (Feb 10).

Reiner Holzemer's Dries, an intimate portrait of the fashion designer Dries Van Noten, has gone to: Japan (New Select), Hong Kong (Edo), Belgium (Dalton); Australia and New Zealand (Madman); with an in-flight world deal (excluding United Kingdom and Australia) signed with Jaguar.

Matt Tynauer's Citizen Jane: Battle For The City, the story of journalist and activist Jane Jacobs and her battles with New York town planner Robert Moses, has sold to: Hong Kong (Edko); Commonwealth of Independent States (Beat Films); Italy (Wanted); Thailand (Documentary Club) along with previously announced deals in Scandinavia and Baltics (Non Stop Entertainment), and Australia and New Zealand (Madman). …

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