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Klint promoted head of sales at Nordisk


Nordisk Film International Sales (NFIS) has promoted Tine Klint from Sale executive to Head of International Sales. She was hired by Nordisk in April 2006 after having spent seven years at Trust Film Sales.

NFIS’s sales team also includes Susan Wendt, Sales manager; Sanne Arlø, Sales executive; and Nicolai Korsgaard, head of PR and Marketing. Commenting on her new position, Klint said: “One of our main priorities is to expand sales by improving our profile with a clear film focus. I believe that our new label structure dividing films into categories will help us achieve that”. NFIS’s new three labels structure was launched earlier this year. At the upcoming Mip TV (April 16-20), three titles will be presented under the ‘Independent Label’ (art-house films), including Joachim Trier’s Reprise [+see also:
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which just won two awards in Rouen (Grand Jury Prize and Audicen Award) and the TV5 Monde Critics Award in Denmark’s NatFilm Festival. Another nine titles are regrouped under the ‘Commercial Label’ (for video and TV distribution), including Lasse Spang Olsen’s black comedy The Black Madonna [+see also:
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(almost 100,000 admissions in Denmark in a month). The ‘Family Label’ will have five titles including the Norwegian hit Svein and the Rat-the UFO Mystery.

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At only six weeks away from the Cannes Film Festival , Nicolai Korsgaard said that he was anxiously waiting for confirmation on several Cannes potentials and announced that NFIS would launch Ole Bornedal’s The Substitute on the market. The family thriller produced by Thura Film just won the top award at the last BUFFchildren’s film festival in Malmö.

Korsgaard also confirmed that another children’s film, The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar 2 was sold to Germany (Galileo Medien) after its successful Berlin launch. The M&M Production which opened in Denmark last Friday took the third place at the local box office after 300 and Mr Bean’s Holiday [+see also:
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, selling some 30,000 tickets from 80 screens.

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