• Summer of Blood
  • Violet
  • Above Us All
  • Marussia
  • I’m the Same, I’m an Other
  • Thou Wast Mild and Lovely
  • Moonshine
  • Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?
  • Ham Story
  • Boles
  • My Father's Truck
  • La Isla
  • The Art of Disappearing
  • The Big Leap
  • Papusza
  • I'm going to mum's
  • Mother, I Love You
  • I Used to be Darker
  • Ziegenort
  • Flytopia
  • Premature
  • ...and Ubul
  • Unravel
  • Seven Minutes in the Warsaw Ghetto
  • Frozen Stories
  • Say Yes and Dance
  • It Looks Pretty From a Distance
  • The Swedish Job
  • Astrid
  • The Game
  • Superman, Spiderman or Batman
  • Agnieszka
  • Leaves
  • Compulsion
  • Next Door Letters
  • The Last Bus
  • I Don't Blame the Beautiful Game
  • Now, Forager
  • Talk to him
  • How to pick berries
  • Beach Boy
  • The Twin
  • Little Children Big Words
  • The Lost Town of Świteź
  • Echo
  • Sinner
  • On Leave
  • Megaheavy
  • Cooked
  • Josette
  • Esterhazy
  • The Great Magician
  • Totally Different Story
  • Story of a Missing Car
  • The First Day
  • Out in That Deep Blue Sea
  • Incident by a Bank
  • Poste Restante
  • Oli's Wedding
  • Princess Margaret Blvd.
  • Believe
  • Mrs G.
  • Attached to You
  • Tussilago
  • Lies
  • Never Like The First Time!
  • Paths of Hate
  • The Kinematograph
Latest Acquisitions
"Summer of Blood" by Onur Tukel
"Violet" by Bas Devos
"I’m the Same, I’m an Other " by Caroline Strubbe

Great reception of Summer of Blood at Tribeca FF!
Press on the Vampire comedy SUMMER OF BLOOD by Onur Tukel at Tribeca FF (Opening film of the Viewpoints section):
"The most unusual of Tribeca’s horror offerings…"
New York Times
"If Woody Allen made a vampire flick, it might resemble Summer of Blood"
Bloody Disgusting
"Tukel's performance is Wolfman-meets-Woody-Allen genius."
Hammer to Nail
"Vampire Comedy with a heart"
"Tukel…makes Woody Allen seem an oasis of well-being."

Wall Street Journal

The film was also selected as Indiewire's 10 Films to See at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival and Wall Street Journal’s Top 5 films to catch at Tribeca.​

​New deals on Papusza and Thou Wast Mild and Lovely
After sealing all-rights distribution deals in Japan (Moviola) and Germany (Kairos), the black and white biopic Papusza by Joanna Kos-Krauze and Krzysztof Krauze was sold to UK (New Wave Films) and Macedonia (KT FILM & MEDIA DOOEL).

Berlinale Forum’s Thou Wast Mild and Lovely by Josephine Decker’s will be released in Germany by Arsenal. The film played in Young Cinema competition at the Hong Kong IFF and FILMART.

Another title presented by New Europe Film Sales at FILMART is the Berlinale Generation 14Plus winner Violet by Bas Devos.

VIOLET wins Grand Prix of Berlinale Generation 14Plus!
Bas Devos' powerful drama about a boy, who witnesses the stabbing of his best friend won the Grand Prix of the International Jury in the Berlinale Generation 14Plus section.

The jury awarded the film "for its abstract exploration of emotions following a tragic death and because of its exquisite sculpture of cinematography, sound and story".