EXCLUSIVE: Ryan Kampe’s Visit Films has closed multiple territories on its current slate of films, led by Toronto selections Charlie’s Country and It Follows.
Rolf de Heer’s Australian drama Charlie’s Country has sold in the UK (StudioCanal), France (Nour Films) and Southeast Asia (Astro).
Star David Gulpilil won the best actor award in Cannes following the film’s international premiere in Un Certain Regard in Cannes.
David Robert Mitchell’s TIFF Midnight Madness entry It Follows, a Cannes Critics’ Week genre hit last May, has closed in Australia / New Zealand (Rialto) and Japan (Pony Canyon).
Visit previously licensed rights for the UK (Icon) and France (Metropolitan). Radius TWC will distribute in the US.
Carlos Marques-Marcet’s SXSW modern romance 10.000 KM has sold in Southeast Asia (Astro), Benelux (FilmFreak), Hong Kong (Cinehub), Greece (Mikrokosmos) and MidEast (Sundance Channel International). Broad Green holds North American rights.
In other deals, Visit has licensed a slew of titles to Sundance Channel International for various territories including Sophie Hyde’s Sundance and Berlin selection 52 Tuesdays in Latin America and the Argentinian Berlin Competition title History Of Fear in Latin America, Iberia, Eastern Europe and the MidEast.
Ilmar Raag’s Tribeca drama I Won’t Come Back has gone for the MidEast (Sundance Channel International), Poland (Vivarto) and Southeast Asia (Astro).