South Korea’s Mirovision has reported an enthusiastic response to its Cannes sales slate led by My Sassy Girl director Kwak Jae Yong’s Japanese fantasy Colors Of Wind, action noir Brothers In Heaven, and supernatural thriller Sooni: The Executioner’s Daughter.
Mirovision has struck a deal with Jetsen Huashi Cultural Media for mainland China rights to Colors Of Wind, Brothers In Heaven, and Mermaid Unlimited.
Brothers In Heaven and Sooni: The Executioner’s Daughter have gone to Viswaas for India, Singapore and Malaysia, while MovieCloud responded to packed screenings for the UK psychological thriller Retreat and US crime-horror Strawberry Flavored Plastic and picked up both films for Taiwan.
UK-Taiwan co-production The Receptionist is enticing buyers in Europe and Asia, and a deal is understood to be close for Hungary.
Mirovision executives said they plan to broaden the international profile of their sales titles at upcoming markets.