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CANNES 2013 Markets / France

Our Heroes Died Tonight for SND

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- David Perrault’s film will premiere in the Critics’ Week. Paris Folies is also amongst the numerous films in the line-up

Our Heroes Died Tonight for SND

Four new films have appeared in the very dense line-up of the French international sales company SND for the Film Market at the 66th Cannes Film Festival (from May 15th to 26th, 2013). Amongst them, Our Heroes Died Tonight [+see also:
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by David Perrault (article) can be singled out; it will be given its world premiere in competition during the Critics' Week.

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Lionel Uzan’s team will also launch the sales of two post-production titles: Paris Folies by Marc Fitoussi (article - with Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Pierre Darroussin and Michael Nyqvist in the cast), and Marseille by Olivier Panchot (article - with Jalil Lespert and Tcheky Karyo). Finally, SND has acquired the rights to the comedy Get Well Soon by Jean Becker, with filming to begin in September, starring Gérard Lanvin.

These new titles complete a line-up, already very attractive, featuring in particular Yves Saint-Laurent by Jalil Lespert, whose release is scheduled for June 17th with Pierre Niney, Guillaume Gallienne, l’Allemand Moritz Bleibtreu and Charlotte Le Bon in the cast.

SND will also be continuing the pre-sales of three animated films in production: Asterix: The Land of Gods (in 3D) by duo Alexandre AstierLionel Clichy, Aunt Hilda (news) by duo Benoît ChieuxJacques-Rémy Girerd and My Mommy Is In America and She Met Buffalo Bill by Marc Boreal and Thibaut Chatel.

It is also worth mentioning that the line-up of post-production films still features Picking Up The Pieces (article) by Nicolas Birkenstock (with Philippe Torreton and Lola Duenas), the thriller The Informant by Julien Leclercq (with Gilles Lellouche, Tahar Rahim and Italian actor Riccardo Scamarcio) and the comedy Love Punch by Joel Hopkins (with Pierce Brosnan and Emma Thompson). 

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(Translated from French)

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