London-based MetFilm Sales has closed a raft of territory deals on Misha And The Wolves following its world premiere at Sundance on Sunday (January 31).
Netflix acquired global streaming rights prior to the festival, and will debut the film exclusively in North America and other markets.
MetFilm Sales has licensed rights for the UK (BBC Storyville), Germany and France (ZDF Arte), Spain (Movistar+), Netherlands (VPRO), Sweden (SVT), Denmark (DR), Norway (NRK), Finland (YLE), Iceland (RUV), Belgium (VRT), Israel (Yes Docu), Switzerland (RTS), Slovenia (RTVS), Greece (ERT), and Ireland (TG4).
Sam Hobkinson directed the film about Misha Defonseca, a Belgian woman whose bestselling memoir about how she survived the Holocaust and fled into the woods where she lived with wolves is cast into doubt.
The World Documentary Competition selection is an Arts Alliance Productions, Met Film and Bright Yellow Films production in co-production with Las Belgas, TAKE FIVE And APT Films.
Vesna Cudic of MetFilm Sales negotiated the sales.