In an article posted this afternoon, Adam Dawtrey of Variety reports that, thanks to an influx of Asian buyers, Berlinale can now be safely considered the world's third largest film market (with Cannes and AFM taking the one and two slots, respectively). Though sales seem hearty all around, several films that screened recently at Sundance have seen particular interest: Thomas Vinterberg's Dear Wendy found British and German buyers, Inside Deep Throat sold all remaining foreign rights, and The Devil and Daniel Johnson was picked up by Tartan for distribution throughout the U.K. For more market minutiae, read the full article at

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