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FilmSharks Sells Wide ‘Lobo Feroz,’ Ines Paris’ ‘Olvido’ (EXCLUSIVE)

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Buenos Aires-based sales outfit FilmSharks has closed major territories on dark comedy “Lobo Feroz,” from director Gustavo Hernández (“La Casa Muda”), and on “The Forgotten Killings,” the latest from Ines Paris (“Miguel and William”).

Produced by Uruguay’s Mother Superior and Spains’ Bowfinger Intl. Pictures, “Lobo Feroz” is a remake of Israeli film “Big Bad Wolves” from Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado. 

Bingo Films picked up “Lobo Feroz” rights for the U.K. following prior sales to AV Jet for Taiwan, Palace Films for Australia, AMC for Eastern Europe and Nashe Kino for Russia. Netflix picked up Spanish rights via Filmax, ViX will take Latin America and the U.S.

Negotiations for Korea, Japan, France and Germany are underway. FilmSharks handles remake sales for “Big Bad Wolves.”

“We’re very happy with the international performance of ‘Lobo Feroz.’ IP and film have proven outstanding and deals always bring more deals. The original, ‘Big Bad Wolves,’ has been getting remake buyers interested after the successful case of ‘Lobo Feroz,’” FilmSharks’ Guido Rud told Variety.

TITLE: Filmsharks Sells Wide As ’Big Bad Wolf’ Remake ‘Lobo Feroz’ Further Swooped On By UK’s Bingo Films; Ines Paris Title “Olvido” Locks French, Russian, CIS and U.S Markets (EXCLUSIVE)

SEO: ‘Big Bad Wolf’ Remake “Lobo Feroz” Sells Broad for Filmsharks, ‘Olvido’ from Ines Paris Clenches French, Russian, CIS and U.S. Markets

DESC: ‘Lobo Feroz’ Negotiations are ongoing for Korea, Japan, France and Germany.

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Buenos Aires-based sales outfit Filmsharks (“Restless Waters, Shivering Lights”) has closed major deals cross-territories for Gustavo Hernandez’s (“La Casa Muda”) twisted dark comedy “Lobo Feroz,” (“Ferocious Wolf”) and the latest from Ines Paris (“Miguel and William”), “The Forgotten Killings” (“Olvido”)

An in-house co-production alongside Uruguay’s Mother Superior (“Astronaut”) and Spains’ Bowfinger International Pictures (“Animal”), “Lobo Feroz,” is a remake of the Quentin Tarantino-lauded Israeli flick “Big Bad Wolves,” written and directed by Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado. 

Bingo Films swooped on rights for the UK following prior sales to AV Jet for Taiwan, Palace Films for Australia, AMC for Eastern Europe and Nashe Kino for Russia. Netflix picked up Spanish rights via Filmax, Vix+ will take Latin America and the United States. Negotiations for Korea, Japan, France and Germany are under way. 

FIlmsharks will handle further remake sales for “Big Bad Wolves.”

“We’re very happy with the International performance of ‘Lobo Feroz.’ IP and film have proven to be INOX and deals always bring more deals . The original, ‘Big Bad Wolves’ has been getting remake buyers interested after the successful case of ‘Lobo Feroz,’ FIlmsharks’ Guido Rud told Variety.

Javier Gutiérrez (“Campeones”), Adriana Ugarte (“Julieta”), Rubén Ochandiano (“Undercover”) and Juana Acosta (“El Inocente”) star in the wickedly droll project, the second most-viewed film on Netflix Spain for three consecutive weeks, which focuses on vigilante justice in the wake of a young girl’s brutal murder.

Meanwhile, Family Films, Exponenta and Somos FIlms take Paris’s “The Forgotten Killings” for France, the Russia & CIS market and the United States respectively.  

Written by Fermín P. Pina, the film is produced by José Rancaño at Madrid’s La Dalia Films (“Viejos”). Maria Caballero (“The Ministry of Time”), Morgan Blasco (“La Odisea de Vasi”) and Jorge Cabrera (“Diecisiete”) feature in the crime drama centering chilling secrets unearthed during the great Spanish floods of the 1950s.

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Buenos Aires-based sales outfit Filmsharks has closed major deals cross-territories for Gustavo Hernandez’s (“La Casa Muda”) twisted dark comedy “Lobo Feroz,” (“Ferocious Wolf”) and the latest from Ines Paris (“Miguel and William”), “The Forgotten Killings” (“Olvido”)

An in-house co-production alongside Uruguay’s Mother Superior and Spains’ Bowfinger International Pictures, “Lobo Feroz,” is a remake of the Quentin Tarantino-lauded Israeli flick “Big Bad Wolves” from Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado. 

Bingo Films swooped on rights for the UK following prior sales to AV Jet for Taiwan, Palace Films for Australia, AMC for Eastern Europe and Nashe Kino for Russia. Netflix picked up Spanish rights via Filmax, Vix+ will take Latin America and the United States. Negotiations for Korea, Japan, France and Germany are under way. FIlmsharks  handle remake sales for “Big Bad Wolves.”

“We’re very happy with the International performance of ‘Lobo Feroz.’ IP and film have proven to be INOX and deals always bring more deals . The original, ‘Big Bad Wolves’ has been getting remake buyers interested after the successful case of ‘Lobo Feroz,’ FIlmsharks’ Guido Rud told Variety.

Javier Gutiérrez (“Campeones”), Adriana Ugarte (“Julieta”), Rubén Ochandiano (“Undercover”) and Juana Acosta (“El Inocente”) star in the wickedly droll project, the second most-viewed film on Netflix Spain for three consecutive weeks, which focuses on vigilante justice in the wake of a young girl’s brutal murder.

Meanwhile, Family Films, Exponenta and Somos Films have taken thriller “The Forgotten Killings” for France, the Russia & CIS market and the U.S., respectively.

Written by Fermín P. Pina, the film is produced by José Rancaño at Madrid’s La Dalia Films (“Viejos”). Maria Caballero (“The Ministry of Time”), Morgan Blasco (“La Odisea de Vasi”) and Jorge Cabrera (“Diecisiete”) feature in the crime drama centering chilling secrets unearthed during the great Spanish floods of the 1950s.