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Mars releases François Ozon’s In the House

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- After winning in San Sebastian, the playful French director’s latest opus is out, as are films by Abbas Kiarostami, Agnieszka Holland, and Juan Carlos Medina

Mars releases François Ozon’s In the House

Mars Distribution is releasing 277 copies of François Ozon’s In the House [+see also:
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(review) today, after it recently won in San Sebastian (Best Film and Best Screenplay) and was awarded the FIPRESCI prize in Toronto. Since Mandarin Cinéma has produced Ozon’s films, Mars has distributed them in France. The distribution company was already in charge of Potiche [+see also:
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and is also to release his next feature Jeune et jolie (read more).

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Mars, directed by Stéphane Célérier, is currently fifth in the 2012 ranking for distributors with 7.03 % of market shares. Its line-up for the end of 2012 and 2013 features 23 titles, including Régis Roinsard’s Populaire [+see also:
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(with Romain Duris and Déborah François – due out on December 28), Costa Gavras’ Capital [+see also:
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(due out on November 14), Davis Charhon’s De l’autre côté du périph (with Omar Sy – due out on December 19), Gilles Bourdos’ Renoir [+see also:
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interview: Christa Théret
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, Alexandre Coffre’s Eyjafjallajökull (with Dany Boon), Steve McQueen’s Twelve Years, Guillaume Canet’s Blood Ties (with Clive Owen, Billy Crudup, and Marion Cotillard), Richard Ayoade’s British production The Double (with Jesse Eisenberg and Mia Wasikowska), Katell Quillévéré’s Suzanne, and Anton Corbijn’s A Most Wanted Man (read the interview with producer Malte Grunert), as well as Gus van Sant and Woody Allen’s next films.

Today, Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami’s very elegant Franco-Japanese co-production Like Someone in Love [+see also:
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is also out. The film, unveiled at the last Cannes Film Festival (review), has been distributed by MK2 on 49 copies.

The following two films are also out in France: Polish director Agnieszka Holland’s In Darkness [+see also:
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(nominated for the 2012 Oscar for best film in a foreign language - read more - 15 copies distributed by Eurozoom) and Juan Carlos Medina’s Insensibles [+see also:
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(read more - 16 copies by DistriB Films), a promising first feature produced by France (Tobina Film and Les Films d’Antoine) with Spain (Roxbury Pictures /a>, A Contracorriente Films) and Portugal (Fado Filmes).

Finally, Romain Nicolas’s Par les épines - Histoire de quatre printemps [+see also:
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and two documentaries, Bruno Le Jean’s Les Fils du vent and Ana Dumitrescu’s Khaos, les visages humains de la crise, are also out in cinemas.

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(Translated from French)

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