Newly-launched Toronto sales outfit Arrow Entertainment has acquired worldwide rights to Nicolas Jolliet's docu-drama Harvest following its screenings at the Rotterdam Film Festival. Arrow is repping both film and soundtrack rights at the EFM.

Described as the musical journey of a ganja planter, the film follows a marijuana farmer named Jaweve on his journey out of the mountains of Caribbean St. Lucia into a greater world of spiritual wisdom. The soundtrack features Canadian multicultural band Psycho Key. The film is written by Jolliet and the film's star Azaniah.

The film earned at special mention for cinematography at Barbados' Bridgetown Film Festival and has also screened at the Blue November Micro Film Festival in Seattle and the World Marijuana Film Festival in Spain. It will next travel to the Caribbean International Film Festival.

The deal was brokered by Arrow CEO Steve Arroyave and executive producer Sandy Creighton.