Among the deals, A Thousand Times Goodnight [pictured] has sold to Spain, Brazil, Portugal, Middle East and Taiwan.

Global Screen has announced further deals on its EFM slate, including Erik Poppe’s A Thousand Times Goodnight.

Poppe’s drama starring Juliette Binoche has now sold to Spain (Golem), Brazil (Art Film), Portugal (Lanterna de Pedra Filmes), Middle East (Italia Film), Taiwan (Swallow Wings), as well as the already announced Benelux deal with Wild Bunch. Offers from France and the US are on the table.

Other EFM deals for Global Screen include the German drama Ludwig II selling to Japan (Broadmedia Studios), Mr Morgan’s Last Love selling to A Contracorriente for Spain and documentary Camp 14 going to Japan (Maxam), Australia (SBS) and Latin America (HBO).

Global Screen’s 3D animated titles also saw further business with The 7th Dwarf preselling to Czech Republic and Slovakia (AQS) and to the Middle East (Italia Film), who also picked up Niko 2. Ooops, Noah is Gone has presold to Kino Swiat for Poland.

German drama My Beautiful Country has sold to France (Chamade) and Latin America (HBO), while Omamamia was acquired by Eden for Japan and HBO for Latin America as well as Russian Report (CIS) picking up all rights to Men Do What They Can.