Film Sales Support (FSS) goes to sellers to promote latest European films at AFM (1-5 November) and Japan’s Tokyo International Film Festival (30 October – 8 November)
11 digital campaigns undertaken by the sales companies Indie Sales (France), Filmax (Spain), reel suspects (France), autlook filmsales (Austria), Sola Media (Germany), Les Films du Losange (France), True Colours Glorious Films (Italy), Minerva Pictures (Italy), Picture Tree International (Germany), LevelK (Denmark), Film Factory (Spain) for a mix of 21 European films, either in production or completed, are receiving a promotional boost from EFP (European Film Promotion) via Film Sales Support (FSS) for sales activities at the American Film Market.The renowned autumn US market which attracts international buyers is going digital again this year and offers great opportunities for Europe‘s sales agents to raise visibility of their ambitious line-ups.
FSS financial incentives are dedicated to spur sales and pre-sales of films from Europe that reach out to the world, such as Mozart’s much anticipated The Magic Flute (Florian Sigl, Germany), executive produced by Roland Emmerich and represented by Sola Media; the animated Norwegian-Belgian Titina (Kajsa Næss), sold by Les Films du Losange; LevelK’s bizarre and phantasmagorical Samuel's Travels (Aik Karapetian, Latvia, Belgium), Finnish film in production, 70 Is Just A Number (Johanna Vuoksenmaa), represented, amongst others, by Picture Tree International as well as The Miracle Child (Silvia Brunelli, Italy), which is sold by Minerva Pictures, to name a few of the list.
Italian sales outfit Fandango is benefitting from FSS to highlight their award-winning film, Californie (Alessandro Cassigoli & Casey Kauffman, Italy, France) to Japanese press and buyers during the Tokyo International Film Festival where the film has been chosen to run in Competition.
FSS was confirmed by Austrian Films, Cinecittà, German Films, ICAA - Instituto de la Cinematografía y de las Artes Audiovisuales (Spain), National Film Centre Latvia, Norwegian Film Institute, Screen Ireland/Fís Éireann and Wallonie Bruxelles Images.
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