Paris Coproduction Village announces its selection
- The new networking and financing platform will take place from 10 to 12 June in Paris
Organized by Les Arcs European Film Festival and Champs-Elysées Film Festival, Paris Coproduction Village is a development and financing platform for feature projects selected worldwide. For its second edition, which will take place 10 to 12 June, 2015 in Paris, the 14 following projects have been selected:
- Across the Fields by Daniel Joseph Borgman, produced by Adomeit Film (Denmark)
- Brotherhood by Pepe Diokno, produced by Epicmedia (Philippines)
- Fireflies by Bani Khoshnoudi produced by Zensky Cine (Mexico) and Pensée Sauvage (USA)
- Look Up by Fulvio Risuleo, produced by Revok (Italy)
- Lost Wolves by Carlos Moreno, produced by 64-A Films (Colombia)
- The Man from the Sea by Koji Fukada, produced by Nikkatsu Corporation (Japan)
- The Omission by Sebastián Schjaer, produced by Trapecio Cine (Argentina) and Titus Kreyenberg (Germany)
- Opening Hours by Anocha Suwichakornpong, Vorakorn Ruetaivanichkul and Wichanon Somumjarn, produced by Electric Eel Film (Thailand)
- Pirate of Love by Sara Gudmundsdóttir & Árni Sveinsson, produced by Netop Films (Iceland)
- Single Mother by Hana Makhmalbaf, produced by Makhmalbaf Film House (UK)
- Zoology [+see also:
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Brazil will be the guest country of this second edition. In partnership with Cinema do Brasil, Paris Coproduction Village will present this year a Brazilian Focus, inviting 3 Brazilian projects in development. A conference, organised with the support of the CNC, will take place during the event and will discuss the improvement of the French-Brazilian co-production framework. Projects selected as part of the Brazilian Focus:
- Tinnitus by Gregorio Graziosi, produced by Superfilmes (Brazil)
- Revenge Therapy by Marcos Bernstein, produced by Passaro Films (Brazil) and Hungry Man (Brazil)
- A Yellow Animal by Felipe Bragança, produced by Duas Mariola Filmes (Brazil) Muiraquitã (Brazil) and O Som e a Fúria (Portugal)
In addition, the 6 residents of the Cannes Film Festival Cinéfondation will join the selection, as well as the 4th edition of the Champs-Elysées Film Festival's US-in-Progress, a programme which screens 6 independent US feature films in late stage of postproduction, seeking sales representatives.
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(Translated from French)
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