Vicente Canales’ Film Factory confirmed a slew of deals at EFM for Jorge Torregrossa’s Spanish thriller The End (Fin).

The film has presold to France (Seven Sept), China (Focus Cultural Media), Japan (Nettai Museum) and Mexico (Quality Films) among many others in Latin America.

Other companies and territories included in this raft of international presales are Benelux (Paradiso), Switzerland (Frenetic), CIS and Baltics (Premier Films), Turkey (Ares Film), Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador (Delta Films), Colombia and Central America (Cineplex), Venezuela (Cines Unidos) and Latin American pay TV (Leda Films).

Based on a very popular Spanish novel, The End was adapted by Sergio G. Sánchez (The Impossible, The Orphanage) and Jorge Guerricoechevarría (Cell 211) and has a strong cast led by Maribel Verdú and top young Spanish upcoming actors like Blanca Romero, Claro Lago and international top model Andrés Velencoso.

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The story follows the unfortunate gathering of a group of old friends in a mountain cabin. The tension among them is evident for an obscure episode of the past, but it will get creepier as soon as they kept isolated in the middle of the forest with no communication to the outside world. The dark past will come to haunt them.

The film, currently in post-production, was produced by Mod Productions (Biutiful, Agora), Apaches Entertainment (The Impossible) and Antena 3 Films (Red Lights).