The year is 1981. South Africa is in turmoil-Apartheid is ripping the country apart. Young men, straight out of school, are being drafted into the army, taught to kill and sent to the border to repel the invaders. PAUL is one such boy. The only child of a farming...
This striking epic is a unique account of life in a border town in years before, during and just after the World War 2 which saw a small community of decent people sacrificed to political ideologies. As the rise of Nazism threatens the small town of Schwarzwald...
Adapted from British author Simon Mawer’s, Man Booker prize winning bestseller, inspired by the dramatic events of the 20th century Europe from early 1930s through the storm clouds of World War II, until Russian occupation of the Czechoslovakia in 1968, The Glass...
Medical scientists Arthur and Lerner created an experimental drug for terminally ill patients, but the German Lab they worked for cancels the research. Further investigating, Arthur discovers that medication has the power to suppress fear. Not fully understanding the...
Living with her grandfather on a remote island off the coast of Maine, Liv, after years of silence, begins to speak a language constructed out of Shakespeare's words and sentences. A young and driven neurologist, brought to the island to protect her, commits her to a...
This is a story of two best friends, Kristi and Sean, and their attempt to cope with Sean's terminal cancer. Kristi is a corporate executive while Sean stayed back in the old neighborhood to open a coffee shop. After finding out the truth about his illness, Sean asks...
When the Mist Clears
Isabella is a disconnected and angry young woman. Her life was shattered at 13 when her Italian mother died of cancer. Her successful British father Frank, who harbors a painful secret, chose to lose himself with work and outsource Isabella's care and upbringing to...
Where We Disappear
This is a story of survival. A young mother, Anastasia waits in a Moscow train station for the return of her husband from WWII. With hope to free herself and her son from his abuse, she tries to leave him. When he gives her no way out, she stabs him to protect herself...
Zagreb Stories is an omnibus project - a collection of 9 brilliant short films. The films were screened in official and premiere competitions from Cannes Film Festival in 2009 to EFM/Berlinale in 2010 A Slap in the Face, directed by Nebojša Sljepčević. Thirteen year...
Film and Television
Markets and Festivals
These are the film and television festivals and markets we attend in order to market our films and series, meet with our buyers and look for potential acquisition opportunities.
Close to each event we will publish our screenings and meetings schedule for potential availability.
- American Film Market
- Cannes Film Festival
- European Film Market
- Hong Kong Filmart
- KidScreen Summit
- NATPE Budapest
- NATPE Miami
- Toronto International Film Festival