Jan 21 2015

Animated Adventure ‘Ooops! Noah Is Gone…’ Sells Worldwide

Published by at 01:39 under Fabrique d'Images

SOURCE: http://variety.com

LONDON — Munich-based sales company Global Screen has sold the 3D animated feature “Ooops! Noah Is Gone…” to distributors across the world ahead of the European Film Market in Berlin.

Multiterritory distributor eOne has picked up all rights for the U.S., Canada, U.K./Ireland and Australia/New Zealand, while Eagle Pictures has picked up all rights for Italy, and Scanbox acquired all rights for the Scandinavian territories.

Flame Node will release the film in China, 2i Film in the former Yugoslavia, Pictureworks in India and Silverbird in the African territories.

Last year, Global Screen sold the pic to Russia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania (Barnhill Group), South Korea (Smile Entertainment), Poland (Kino Swiat), Portugal (Pris), Israel (Five Stars), Latin America (Swen), Middle East (Gulf), Turkey (Medyavizyon), Bulgaria (Art Eternal), Iran (Century 21) and Indonesia (Onevision Entertainment).

Senator Filmverleih will release the film in Germany in the summer.

The adventure film is based on the story of Noah’s Ark, only this time it’s about the unlucky critters on the wrong side of evolution. The land-based Nestrians Dave and his son Finny have made it on to Noah’s Ark with the help of Grymp and her daughter Leah, but when the Ark floats away, Finny and Leah accidentally fall off. This is the start of an adventure in which Finny learns something very important about himself that will save the life of his father and of his new mob.

The family entertainment pic is from the makers of the hit animation feature “Niko,” Ulysses Filmproduktion and Moetion Films, in co-production with Fabrique d’Images and Grid Animation, and supported by Filmfund Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein, DFFF, FFA, Filmfund Luxembourg, Screenflanders, the Irish Film Board, Media i2i audiovisual and Media development. It is directed by Toby Genkel and Sean McCormack.

The film was presented to buyers at AFM in a 2D version, while at the European Film Market the film will screen in 3D.

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SOURCE: http://variety.com

LONDON — Munich-based sales company Global Screen has sold the 3D animated feature “Ooops! Noah Is Gone…” to distributors across the world ahead of the European Film Market in Berlin.

Multiterritory distributor eOne has picked up all rights for the U.S., Canada, U.K./Ireland and Australia/New Zealand, while Eagle Pictures has picked up all rights for Italy, and Scanbox acquired all rights for the Scandinavian territories.

Flame Node will release the film in China, 2i Film in the former Yugoslavia, Pictureworks in India and Silverbird in the African territories.

Last year, Global Screen sold the pic to Russia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania (Barnhill Group), South Korea (Smile Entertainment), Poland (Kino Swiat), Portugal (Pris), Israel (Five Stars), Latin America (Swen), Middle East (Gulf), Turkey (Medyavizyon), Bulgaria (Art Eternal), Iran (Century 21) and Indonesia (Onevision Entertainment).

Senator Filmverleih will release the film in Germany in the summer.

The adventure film is based on the story of Noah’s Ark, only this time it’s about the unlucky critters on the wrong side of evolution. The land-based Nestrians Dave and his son Finny have made it on to Noah’s Ark with the help of Grymp and her daughter Leah, but when the Ark floats away, Finny and Leah accidentally fall off. This is the start of an adventure in which Finny learns something very important about himself that will save the life of his father and of his new mob.

The family entertainment pic is from the makers of the hit animation feature “Niko,” Ulysses Filmproduktion and Moetion Films, in co-production with Fabrique d’Images and Grid Animation, and supported by Filmfund Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein, DFFF, FFA, Filmfund Luxembourg, Screenflanders, the Irish Film Board, Media i2i audiovisual and Media development. It is directed by Toby Genkel and Sean McCormack.

The film was presented to buyers at AFM in a 2D version, while at the European Film Market the film will screen in 3D.

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