LevelK has closed multiple deals on My Canadian Adventure
Niels Nørløv’s My Canadian Adventure – Quest for the Lost Gold sells to 18 countries.
Almost 50 years after the Danish children’s film franchise was launched, My Sister’s Kids is still a bestseller: in the wake of Berlin’s European Film Market last month (February), Denmark’s LevelK has licensed the latest instalment – Danish director Niels Nørløv’s My Canadian Adventure – Quest for the Lost Gold – to 18 countries.
The Michael Obel production for Obel Film will be released in France by Family Films; in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia and Albania through Polmedia; in Turkey by Filma; and in Iran by Century 21 Visual Media.
Starring Rasmus Botoft, Lærke Winther Andersen, Zlatko Buric, Laura Drasbæk, Lone Hertz and Bo Svenson, the title was domestically released across 113 screens by All Right Film and, since 5 February, has sold 291,000 tickets. LevelK will next promote it at Hong Kong’s Filmart (23-26 March) and MIPTV in Cannes (13-16 April).