Memento has done a roaring trade on its Berlinale slate.
It has concluded deals on Natalia Smirnoff’s Puzzle to the UK (New Wave Films), Spain (Golem), Taiwan (Joint Entertainment), Benelux (Cinemien/ABC Distribution Rights), Korea (JinJin), Argentina (Primer Plano Film Group) and Israel (Lev Cinema).
Pawel Pawlikowski’s The Woman In The Fifth, starring Ethan Hawke and Kristin Scott Thomas, has gone to the UK (Artificial Eye), Greece (Nutopia), Middle East (Shooting Stars), Israel (United King Films) Taiwan (Catchplay), Singapore (Worldwide Entertainment Group), and Indonesia/Vietnam/Philippines/Malaysia (PT Parkit).
Meanwhile, Burhan Qurbani’s Shahada has sold to France (Memento) and Benelux (Imagine).
Julie Bertuccelli’s The Tree, starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, has gone to (Golden Scene) Taiwan (Catchplay), Middle East (Shooting Stars), Greece (Nutopia) Israel (Shapira).
Finally, Black Heaven, by Gilles Marchand with Louise Bourguoin, has gone to Middle East (Gulf Films) Hong-Kong, (Edko Films), Taiwan, (Catchplay) Russia (Maywin Media), Greece (PCV), Benelux (O’brother) and Israel (United King).