Jupiter's Moon (2017)
BPM (Beats Per Minute) (2017)
In the Fade (2017)
Montparnasse Bienvenue (2017)
Makala (2017)
A Ciambra (2017)
Happy End (2017)
previous
next
Choose your language en | es | fr | it

BERLIN 2015 Market/France

email print share on facebook share on twitter share on google+

Pathé International gets its barometer out

by 

- A whole raft of promo reels has been organised for the outfit’s line-up, which includes the upcoming films by Sorrentino, Frears, Gavron, Bidegain, Plisson and the Larrieu brothers

Pathé International gets its barometer out
Juliette Binoche in L'attesa by Piero Messina, just one of the titles on Pathé’s slate

Boasting a showcase that includes Ava Duvernay’s Selma (nominated for the upcoming Oscar for Best Picture), which will be shown as a Special Gala Screening at the 65th Berlinale (5-15 February 2015), the international sales team at the French Pathé group will, above all, be at the European Film Market to promote a truly forward-looking slate. Lying at the core of this catalogue, which provides some indications as to what may lie in store for the upcoming major festivals, is the feature Florence Foster Jenkins [+see also:
trailer
making of
film profile
]
 by English director Stephen Frears, starring Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant in the lead roles; the film, which is currently in pre-production, will be ready in spring 2016 and has taken no time at all to pre-sell. 

(The article continues below - Commercial information)

At Berlin, Muriel Sauzay’s team will have a raft of promo reels on offer, including Youth by Oscar-winning Italian director Paolo Sorrentino, an English-language feature starring Michael Caine, Rachel Weisz, Harvey Keitel, Paul Dano and Jane Fonda; it has now been announced that the title will be completed at the end of next summer (French release scheduled for 30 September 2015). 

There will also be promo reels for Cow Boys by Thomas Bidegain (read the article), for which the shoot has just wrapped and which will be ready in June, and for 21 Nights with Pattie [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
by brothers Arnaud and Jean-Marie Larrieu. Starring Isabelle Carré, Karin Viard and André Dussollier, the movie (whose release date is yet to be decided upon) recounts the misfortunes of a forty-something Parisian woman who has come to South-West France to bury her mother and finds herself immersed in a strange, festive, summery atmosphere.

Another promo reel will be available for L'attesa by Italy’s Piero Messina (starring Juliette Binoche, rising star Lou de Laâge and Giorgio Colangeli), which is expected to be completed next summer, and for two French documentaries: Le grand jour by Pascal Plisson (winner of the César Award for Best Documentary in 2014 with On the Way to School [+see also:
trailer
film profile
]
), which will be finished in September, and Seasons [+see also:
trailer
film profile
]
by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud (Winged Migration, Océans [+see also:
trailer
film profile
]
), which is expected to land at the end of 2015.

There are also a number of titles in post-production on Pathé International’s line-up, such as the British feature Suffragette [+see also:
film review
trailer
making of
film profile
]
by Sarah Gavron (starring Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham-Carter, Brendan Gleeson and Meryl Streep – read the news – set to be released in the UK in September 2015) and the French 3D adventure-comedy Evolution Man - Monkey Business by Jamel Debbouze, which will be out in France on 8 April.

Lastly, there are several market screenings on the menu as well, including the comedy Papa ou maman [+see also:
trailer
making of
film profile
]
by Martin Bourboulon (released this Wednesday in France, starring Laurent Lafitte and Marina Fois in the leads – already bought by Germany, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Greece, Cyprus, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Israel and Canada) and The Invisible Boy [+see also:
film review
trailer
film focus
interview: Gabriele Salvatores
film profile
]
by Italian filmmaker Gabriele Salvatores.

(Translated from French)

Producers on the Move
 

latest news

 

more news

Newsletter

Follow us on

facebook twitter rss

Swiss Films Cannes