Trustnordisk has sold Grethe Bøe-Waal‘s adventure film "Operation Arctic" to Germany (Telepool GmbH), France (Swift Distribution), Bulgaria (Pro Films),
Estonia (Estinfilm) and Ro-In Entertainment (Iran).
"Operation Arctic" celebrated its US premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in late January, where it screened as part of the Sundance Kids section.
Directed by Grethe Bøe-Waal and produced by Filmkameratene AS, the Norwegian production company behind box office successes such as "Max Manus" (2008) and "Troll Hunter" (2010), "Operation Arctic" is an exciting action adventure film shot in one of the most spectacular and dangerous settings in the world – the
Arctic Ocean – and tells the story about three kids who suddenly are left behind in the middle of a deserted island. Now the three are forced to face the
epic powers of nature, as both blizzards and hungry polar bears threaten their very existence.
The film is produced by John M. Jacobsen, Sveinung Golimo and Marcus Brodersen for Filmkameratene AS with support from The Norwegian Film Institute
and Filmfond Nord AS.
TrustNordisk handles international sales.
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