TrustNordisk makes deals on animated images “Little Allan”, “Just Super”

TrustNordisk has wrapped up a sales spree on a pair of 3D animated family feature films, ‘Little Allan – The Human Antenna’ and ‘Just Super’, underscoring the market’s appeal of independent films aimed at young people.

“Little Allan – The Human Antenna” marks Danish film Amalie Naesby Fick’s follow-up to her first commercial success “The Incredible Story of The Giant Pear”, which premiered in the Generation Kplus section in Berlin in 2018. She has also had his drama series “Sex” selected for the Berlinale Series.

The film is set during summer vacation, when an introverted 11-year-old Allan begins to act as a human antenna for his elderly neighbor, who thinks a massive space invasion fleet is on the way. When the antenna building collapses, Allan is barely saved by alien girl Britney, who is doing a school project about the primitive human race.

TrustNordisk sold it to France (KMBO), Russia and the CIS (Arna), Albania and the former Yugoslavia (Investacommerce), Poland (Vivarto) and Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia ( Estin Movie).

The feature was produced by Nordisk Film Production’s Trine Heidegaard and Thomas Heinesen, who previously worked with Naesby Fick on “The Incredible Story of the Giant Pear” and also produced local soundtrack hits “Checkered Ninja” and “Terkel in Trouble”. among others. The film is due to be released in Danish theaters next summer.

“Little Allan” was produced in collaboration with Wil Film and Pop Up Production, with support from the Danish Film Institute, Den Vestdanske Filmpulje, Nordisk Film- & TV Fond, YouSee and TV2 Denmark.

“Just Super” is directed by Rasmus A. Sivertsen, whose credits include “Louis & Luca – Mission to the Moon,” which performed in Berlin, and “In the Forest of Huckybucky.” Carter Goodrich, who previously worked on the animated blockbusters “Coco” and “Despicable Me,” did the initial character designs for the film.

TrustNordisk has already closed France (KMBO), Russia and CIS (Silver Box) and Poland (Vivarto) on it. Produced by Åshild Ramborg (“The Ash Land”) and Stian Tveiten (“Congo”) at Scandinavian Qvisten Animation, “Just Super” revolves around 11-year-old video game enthusiast Hedvig, who finds her life turned upside down when she is forced to replace her father as the town’s superhero much sooner than expected. The film was written by Kamilla Krogsveen. Nordisk Film will distribute it in the Nordic countries.

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