Scandinavian sales company TrustNordisk has picked up international sales rights (meaning they’ll sell to distributors) to sci-fi-thriller Frost, reports Screen Daily.
Icelandic filmmaker Reynir Lyngdal has directed the film which is currently in production and is shot on a glacier in the Icelandic highlands.
“A young couple, physiologist Agla and filmmaker Gunnar wake up at a glacier drilling camp only to find the camp mysteriously abandoned and their co-workers gone. When searching for the lost team they realize they’re up against an unknown, deadly force.”
It was presented as a work in progress at the Nordic Film Market in Gothenburg last week.
Ingvar Thordarson and Julius Kemp are producing for Kisi Production, with Markus Selin and Jukka Helle (Solar Films) and Karla Stojáková (Axman Production) co producing. It has backing from the Icelandic Film Centre.
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