Loco Films takes rights to Marko Skop’s nationalism drama 'Let There Be Light' (exclusive)

Published on May 17, 2019

Film concerns a family caught up in the rise of xenophobic behaviour.

Paris sales agent Loco Films has acquired international rights to Slovakian filmmaker Marko Skop’s second fiction feature Let There Be Light, about a family that gets caught up in the rise of xenophobic nationalism in Eastern Europe.

It follows Skop’s debut fiction feature Eva Nova which won the Fipresci award in Tiff in 2015 and went on to be Slovakia’s Academy Award foreign language submission.

The cast features Eva Nova actor Milan Ondrik, who plays a father attempting to protect his son from the growing influence of home guards.

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Author: Melanie Goodfellow