Madrid-based Latido Films has scored a slew of deals on Berlin Panorama title Lullaby at the Spanish Screenings in Malaga this week.
The film has been bought for China (Huanxi Media), Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia (Film Stop), Scandinavia (Lucky Dogs) and Latido said it is in talks for Germany, Poland, the former Yugoslavia and Greece.
A first feature by Alauda Ruiz de Azúa, Lullaby is screening in competition at the Málaga Film Festival. Laia Costa stars a woman struggling with the roles of both mother and daughter as she visits her parents’ house.
Latido has also sold Gustavo Hernández’s Argentina-Uruguay horror film Virus 32 to Koch Media forGerman-speaking territories and Italy, and to AT Entertainment for Japan. A Polish deal is also in the works, said Latido. Virus 32 is set on the streets of Montevideo when a virus breaks out and the sick become hunters.
Further sales deals include The Fam to (Kino Mediteran for Croatia, Javier Estrada’s feature documentary Buñuel, A Surrealist Filmmaker to Neuevisionen for Germany and both the musical The Cover and the Spanish box-office hit comedy The Kids Are All Right to Palace Films for Australia.