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‘Wildwitch’ Speaks to the Black Cat

TrustNordisk has boarded Wildwitch, Kaspar Munk’s (“You & Me Forever”) ambitious fantasy film based on Danish author Lene Kaaberbøl’s best-selling books, Variety reports. Produced by Good Company Films, Wildwitch has already started shooting in Hungary with Gerda Lie Kaas and Sonja Richter (“The Keeper of Lost Causes”) in the main roles. Adapted from the best-selling novels […]
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