The Danish major reported an “excellent” Cannes, with distribution deals done on a series of titles, including four from Summit.
Nordisk Film picked up a number of big budget US features at Cannes including 3D epics Pompeii and Tarzan from Summit.
The Danish company also picked up Scandinavian rights to Relativity Media’s $120m family adventure The Brothers Grimm: Snow White, starring Julia Roberts, Lily Collins and Armie Hammer. It will release the films in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.
Two other pick ups from Summit included Warm Bodies, a zombie love story based on the bestselling book by Isaac Marion, and the fourth instalment in the Step Up franchise, Step Up 4ever 3D.
Other Hollywood deals included David Ayer’s End of Watch, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena about two LA cops from Exclusive Films and family comedy The Big Wedding with Robert De Niro and Katherine Heigl, from Nu Image.
Nordisk also acquired Eran Creevy’s action thriller Welcome To The Punch and The Inbetweeners from IM Global and gothic drama The Awakening, with Rebecca Hall and Dominic West, from Studio Canal.
During Cannes, Nordisk Film also announced an output deal with David Linde’s new LA-based production and financing venture, which is backed by Reliance and Universal.
Peter Philipsen, general manager of Independent Acquisitions & Distribution, described the Cannes market as “excellent”.
“Nordisk Film has returned home with the most attractive titles for the Nordic film audience. Our focus is on mainstream genre movies and I dare to promise hours of intense entertainment,” he added.