Film Movement has picked up Claudia Llosa's Spain-Peru drama Madeinusa, Mani Haghighi's Iranian comedy MenAt Work, and Geraldo Olivares'Spain-Germany drama The Great Match.
Madeinusa centreson a stranger's encounter with an innocent girl in a remote Peruvian villageand stars Magaly Solier, Carlos de la Torre, Yiliana Chong, and Ubaldo Huaman.
The deal was negotiated by Film Movement's director ofacquisitions Adley Gartenstein and Michael Weber and Brigitte Suarez of TheMatch Factory.
Men At Work tells of four friends' comical attempts to remove a rock in theroad that blocks their return from a skiing trip. Gartenstein struck the dealwith Mohammad Atebbai of Iranian Independents.
The Great Match tells of three football fans from far-flung indigenous tribesaround the world who travel to their nearest towns to find a television towatch the 2002 World Cup Final between Germany and Brazil.
Film Movement's Gartenstein negotiated the deal with Michael Weberand Brigitte Suarez of The Match Factory.
New YorkCity-based Film Movement launched in 2003 with the goal of distributingaward-winning independent features from around the world simultaneously throughmultiple platforms.