Village At The End of the World has its world premiere at the BFI London Film Festival today.
Dogwoof has struck a deal with producers Met Film to handle UK distribution and international sales for Sarah Gavron and David Katznelson’s documentary Village At The End The World.
The UK-Danish production is about a teenager in a sparsely populated town in Northwest Greenland.
Oli Harbottle and Vesna Cudic of Dogwoof and Dogwoof Global negotiated the deal with Al Morrow of Met Film. It marks the companies’ second collaboration after Town of Runners.
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Morrow, who also produced, said: “We are thrilled to be working with Dogwoof again. They really understand the feature documentary market and how to reach the widest possible audience through both their UK distribution arm and their international sales team. They have a fresh and innovative approach to getting films out into the world that combines well with the films that we make.”
Harbottle added: “It is an honour to add Sarah to the list of Dogwoof directors, as she is acknowledged across the UK industry as one of the country’s finest filmmakers - we look forward to collaborating with her on the release.”
The film has its world premiere tonightat the BFI London Film Festival.
Executive producers are Met Film’s Jonny Persey, Stewart le Marechal and Jerry Rothwell.
Gavron’s last feature was Brick Lane.