U.Okay.-based MetFilm Gross sales has acquired worldwide gross sales rights, excluding the U.S., Germany and France, to Thomas von Steinaecker’s characteristic documentary “Werner Herzog: Radical Dreamer” and is representing the venture at Berlin’s European Movie Market.
With unique behind-the-scenes entry into the legendary German movie director’s on a regular basis life, uncommon archive materials and in-depth interviews with Herzog and his collaborators — together with Christian Bale, Nicole Kidman and his spouse Lena Herzog — the movie offers a glimpse into his work course of and his private life.
The documentary is introduced by Emmy-winning movie studio Wavelength, produced by Spring Movies and 3B-Produktion in affiliation with Sizzling Docs Companions. It’s produced by Andre Singer, Bernhard Von Hulsen and Maria Willer. Govt producers embody Jenifer Westphal and Joe Plummer for Wavelength, Figs Jackman and Chris Smith for Spring Movies and Vijay Vaidyanathan.
The movie had its world premiere at Telluride and has since gone on to play a number of extra festivals all over the world, together with IDFA and Santa Barbara.
“Met are honored to be presenting this fascinating examine of the enigma that’s Werner Herzog to patrons on the European Movie Market. As documentary gross sales specialists we’re big followers of his work, he stays one of many nice masters of the shape,” MetFilm Gross sales stated in a press release.
MetFilm Gross sales’ present slate consists of “Gloriavale,” directed by Fergus Grady and Noel Smyth, “Bitterbrush,” directed by Emelie Mahdavian, “Eric Ravilious: Drawn to Warfare,” directed by Margy Kinmouth, “Vogue Reimagined,” directed by Becky Hutner, “Physique Elements,” directed by Kristy Guevara-Flanagan and “A Bunch of Amateurs” directed by Kim Hopkins.
- ‘Werner Herzog: Radical Dreamer’: U.Okay.’s MetFilm Gross sales Boards Worldwide Rights to EFM Doc
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