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Hot projects on Screenbase this week include German-Canadian co-production In The Lost Lands, twin brothers Mohammed Abou Nasser and Ahmad Abou Nasser’s Dégradé, spy-thriller Damascus Cover and documentary Tomorrow.
Fantasy adventure In The Lost Lands
The story revolves around a series of magical and fantastic tales centring on a sorceress in search of a spell, a warrior girl on a quest and a young barbarian who encounters a witch in a spacecraft.
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Psychological horror sells to France, Scandinavia, Taiwan and Turkey.
UK sales agent Jinga Films has inked further deals on The Canal.
Ivan Kavanagh’s psychological horror has sold to Pretty Pictures for France and Scandinavia, MovieCloud for Taiwan and Visne Produksiyon for Turkey.
The Irish/UK co-production stars Rupert Evans, Antonia Campbell-Hughes and Steve Oram, and follows a film archivist driven insane by newsreel footage which reveals his home was the scene of a brutal murder.
The Canal will be released in the UK and Ireland by Kaleidoscope, while The Orchard has North American rights. Other deals include Germany, Austria and Switzerland (Universum), Benelux (A-Film) and Australia and New Zealand (Rialto). »
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2 items from 2015
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