Swedish outfit acquires Sundance and Berlin titles The Future, Circumstance, Another Happy Day among others.

Swedish sales outfit NonStop Entertainment has picked up a slew of Sundance and Berlin titles for distribution in Scandinavia and the Baltics.

Among the Berlinale acquisitions are Miranda July’s Berlin Competition drama The Future from Match Factory, Sundance winners Circumstance from Funny Balloons and Another Happy Day from Voltage Pictures and two hot docs: Morgan Spurlock’s The Greatest Movie Ever Sold from Content Film and Page One: A Year Inside The New York Times from Ealing Studios.

NonStop also took Mark Pellington’s thriller I Melt With You from Stealth Film Sales and another Ealing Studios doc, Bobby Fischer Against The World, directed by Liz Garbus.

“We return from Berlin with a great line up, proud to have acquired both high quality drama and some of the best documentaries out there. NonStop Entertainment has had a record breaking start of 2011 in every aspect, and we look forward to an exciting year fuelled by our Berlin acquisitions,” said Ignas Scheynius, CEO NonStop Entertainment.

The company had already picked up Berlin Forum entry Submarine and Paddy Considine’s feted Sundance debut Tyrannosaur.