Swedish distribution outfit NonStop Entertainment announces AFM acquisitions of The Trip, Let Me In and Barney’s Version.

NonStop took all rights to the feature film and TV series of Michael Winterbottom’s comedy The Trip for Scandinavia, Iceland and the Baltics from Goalpost. 

The Trip, which originated as a six part UK TV series, recently sold to IFC (US), Australia (Madman), France (Ad Vitam), Canada (Alliance), Scandinavia (Non-Stop), and Greece (Film Trade).

During AFM NonStop took all rights to Matt Reeves’ fantasy-horror Let Me In for Scandinavia from Exclusive. The remake of Tomas Alfredson’s 2008 hit Let The Right One In (which took $1.6m in Sweden) is currently on release and has taken $16m worldwide.

The Swedish outfit also acquired Richard J Lewis’ San Sebastian audience award winner Barney’s Version for Scandinavia and the Baltics from Essential Entertainment. Starring Paul Giamatti, Dustin Hoffman and Rosamund Pike, the anticipated drama will be released in the US through Sony Pictures in December and by Universal in the UK, Germany and Spain, in early 2011.  

“We are very happy with leaving AFM with three great titles that will strengthen our line up of 2011”, said Ignas Scheynius, CEO of NonStop Entertainment.