Madrid — In the long run-up to February’s Berlin Festival, Picture Tree Intl. has rolled out multiple pre-sales on “100 Things,” which Warner Bros. Pictures
bowed in Germany on Dec. 6 to a robust first eight-day €2.7 million ($3.07 million).
“100 Things” will receive a market screening at the Berlinale’s European Film Market.
The third feature from Florian David Fitz
as a writer-director and actor, whose 2016 “The Most Beautiful Day
” earned in Germany, “100 Things” was released in its original German language day-and-date with Germany in Belgium (Kino Scala) and Luxembourg (Utopia).
Of major territories, Picture Tree Intl. has also closed Cis
and the Baltic States with Volgafilm, which has scheduled a theatrical release in Russia in the first quarter of next year, and with China
’s Red Apollo Group
, which aims to release “100 Things” in Chinese theaters third-quarter 2019.
Inspired by the Finnish documentary “My Stuff,” “100 Things” has also closed former Yugoslavia (2i Film D.