NonStop Entertainment, partof Sweden's Millennium Media Group, swooped on packages of rights at Mifedincluding Hong Kong's Infernal Affairs and Oliver Stone's Looking ForFidel.

NonStop bought Scandinavianand Baltic rights to Infernal Affairs II and III, the second andthird instalments of a police thriller trilogy directed by Andrew Lau and AlanMak. The rights were sold by Media Asia.

From France's Wild Bunch itbought a similar spread of rights to Looking For Fidel, having previouslybought Stone's Commandante and Yasser Arafat profile Persona NonGrata.

From Italy's IntraMovies,NonStop bought Scandinavian only-rights to five restored Federico Fellinifeatures - La Dolce Vita, 8 1/2, Juliette Of The Spirits, The Swindlerand The Young And The Passionate.

Amsterdam-based BrightAngel, a distribution company formed in April this year, added to its recentacquisition haul, buying the Infrenal Affairs trilogy from Media Asia. The company expects to give the three theatrical releases in the New Year.

FromJapan's Nikkatsu, Bright Angel bought a pair of classic Seijun Suzuki titles: TokyoDrifter (1966) and Branded To Kill (1967)