Little Film Company has sold UK and Australian rights to Universal for the drama Cherrybomb (pictured) starring Rupert Grint, Robert Sheehan and Kimberley Nixon.
The film premiered in official selection in 2009 here and has gone to Capelight in Germany, Front Row in the Middle East, and Go Crazy in the Czech Republic.
Vice-president of sales and acquisitions Clay Epstein said Optimum had taken UK rights to Michael Hoffman’s The Last Station starring Oscar nominees Helen Mirren and Christopher Plummer.
Other deals have closed with Becker (Australia), Applause (Taiwan), Ster Kinekor (South Africa), E1 Entertainment (Benelux), Shaw (Singapore), Edko (Hong Kong), Front Row (Middle East), United Films (Israel), and Calinos (Turkey).
The Last Station has grossed more than $1.5m in North America through SPC, which is also releasing in Japan, Italy, Spain and Scandinavia. Sony has Latin America.
The Little Film Company debuted two films at EFM: Marc Evans’ Patagonia and Conor McDermottroe’s Swansong.