Morris Ruskin's Shoreline Entertainment has picked up worldwide rights to Spring 1941 the first ever Israeli-Polish co-production, which stars Joseph Fiennes and Clare Higgens.

Directed by Uri Barbash (Beyond The Walls) and financed by the Israeli Rabinavitz Film Fud and the Polish Film Insititute, the film is the story of a successful doctor, his wife and two daughters who seek shelter from the Nazi invasion of Poland with their local grocer, who falls in love with the doctor.

The deal was negotiated by Shoreline's director of acquisitions Brandon Paine and director of distribution, Sam Eigen, with Yotem Cohen on behalf of the producers.