Deals were unveiled on Friday, the opening day of Marrakech Film Festival, where “Monica Z” will be playing as part of the focus on Scandinavian cinema.
Repped by Svensk Filmindustri, “Monica Z,” a biopic of jazz-singer-turned-thesp Monica Zetterlund, set in the 50s and 60s, has sold to France (Chrysalis), Japan (Broadmedia Studios), South Korea (Focus & Company), Taiwan (Cineplex), Czech Republic (Film Europe), Estonia (Estinfilm), Greece (Hollywood Entertainment), China (Edko Films) and Turkey (Cinema TV).
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