DFW International has sold "The Claus Family" to Netflix

The company is tasked with the Dingie film production's worldwide distribution, with second-run rights set to become available in 2023.

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DFW International has secured a deal with Netflix for the Dutch-Belgian Christmas film "The Claus Family" is exclusively available on Netflix worldwide. The coproduction, directed by Matthias Temmermans and produced by production company Dingie film in collaboration with Dutch FilmWorks. The film was supported by the Flemish Audiovisual Fund (VAF). DFW international is handling worldwide sales, with 2nd run rights becoming available in 2023.

After his father died last year, Jules Claus no longer wants anything to do with Chrsitmas. While his mother is working, Jules is spending a lot of time in his grandfather’s toy shop. When grandfather breaks his leg, Jules decides to help him. But before he is able to bring on the Christmas feeling, he first has to learn to love the world’s most wonderful feast again.
 
One day he finds a magic snow globe, and finds out his grandfather is the only real Santa Claus! The tradition has been in the family for years and now that his father is no longer there, grandfather has once again taken on this job. DFW International serves as the global sales division of Dutch FilmWorks; the leading independent distributor of filmed entertainment in the Benelux.