Scandinavian sales outfit NonStop has been doing brisk sales on its horror titles during the AFM. Sales executive Teresa Allden has now confirmed a multi-territory deal on Wings Of Fear, which has gone to Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia (Star Films).

Ilmar Taska’s film, a market premiere here, is about an artist plagued by terrifying visions in which Heaven and Hell mingle into one dark landscape. Gradually, Peter becomes convinced that the creatures of his nightmares are gathering outside his house.

Meanwhile, Star Films has also pounced on two older horror on the NonStop slate, Frostbite and Man Hunt.

Another NonStop horror title, Fredrik Hiller’s Psalm 21, has gone to Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia (Euro Films) and Mexico and Colombia (CN Films).

NonStop also closed a deal on drama Dear Alice (a market premiere here) to the Middle East (Prime Pictures).

“It has been a good market,” Allden said.