TrustNordisk Inks Deals on Four Titles

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TrustNordisk Inks Deals on Four Titles


Grater, Tom, Screen International


Scandinavian sales powerhouse TrustNordisk has closed deals on four titles at the EFM.

Magnus, Benjamin Ree's documentary about chess player Magnus Carlsen featuring high profile grandmasters including Garry Kasparov, has sold to Germany (NFP), Hong Kong (EDKO films Ltd), former Yugoslavia (Discovery Film) and Benelux (September Film Rights).

The film is produced by Sigurd M. Karoliussen for Moskus Film in co-production with VGTV, Nordisk Film Production and Main Island Production.

The Model, directed by Mads Matthiesen, has sold to Latin America (California Fil ms), China (HGC Entertainment), Russia CIS (Voxell Media), Hungary (Vertigo Media), Turkey (Ozen Film), Estonia (Estin Film), Lithuania (Incognito Film) and Former Yugoslavia (2i Film d.o.o.).

Starring Ed Skrein (Deadpool) and debutant Maria Palm, the drama tells the story of an emerging model who develops a dangerous obsession with a male fashion photographer.

TrustNordisk previously closed deals for France (AB Groupe), Poland (Kino Swiat), Korea (Scene & Sound), Bulgaria (Pro Films) and Middle East (Gulf Film).

The film was produced by Jonas Bagger for Zentropa Entertainments10 ApS with executive producers Louise Vesth and Marie Gade Denessen and co-produced by Ole Wendorff-Østergaard for Sputnik Film, Madeleine Ekman for Zentropa International Sweden and in co-production with Film i Väst and Zentropa International Poland.

It has support from the Danish Film Institute, TV2 Denmark and Polish Film Institute and was developed with the MEDIA Programme of the European Union. …

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