EXCLUSIVE: Level 33 Entertainment has snapped up North American rights to romance-adventure Copenhagen, starring Game of Thrones‘ Gethin Anthony and Danish actress Frederikke Dahl Hansen (Rebounce, You and Me Forever). A limited theatrical run and VOD release has been set for October 3. Mark Raso wrote and directed the film about 28-year-old William (Anthony), who finds himself in Copenhagen while traveling through Europe and links up with local girl Effy (Hansen) on a mission to find his grandfather, only to discover Effy is half his age. Sebastian Armesto, Tamzin Merchant, and Olivia Grant also star in the Slamdance Audience Award winner, produced by Mauro Mueller and Mette Thygesen. Deal was negotiated by Steven C. Beer of Franklin, Weinrib, Rudell & Vassallo, P.C. on behalf of the producers. Raso is repped by WME and Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment.
Level 33 Acquires Slamdance Winner ‘Copenhagen’ Starring ‘Game Of Thrones’ Gethin Anthony
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