“Lobo Feroz,” the latest film from “La Casa Muda” director Gustavo Hernández
has sold to getting on half the world, underscoring the market punch of high-profile genre movies from name directors.
Sold by FilmSharks International, “Lobo Feroz” has closed Australia and New Zealand (Palace Film),
the U.S. and Spanish-speaking Latin America (ViX) and Russia/CIS (Nashe Kino).
A Spanish-language remake of Israel’s “Big Bad Wolves,” “Lobo Feroz” has also a licensed Taiwan (AV-Jet Intl. Media),
Eastern Europe (AMC for TV/SVOD) and Uruguay (Alvaro Caso-ENEC Cine).
The Palace, Nashe Kino, AV-Jet and ENEC deals all have a theatrical component, said FilmSharks’ Guido Rud.