Coccinelle sells the multi-awarded Son of Mine to HBO Europe
by Camillo De Marco
- The international sales agent has also sold three Italian movies to EuroChannel: Remember Me?, A Holy Venetian Family and Love Is Not Perfect
Coccinelle Film Placement has sold the best Dutch film of 2015, Son of Mine [+see also:
film profile] – which garnered an array of awards around the globe – to HBO Europe. Son of Mine, a father-and-son drama set in poverty-stricken Limburg, won four Golden Calves: the film directed by Remy van Heugten picked up the Awards for Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Cinematography.
In a second coup, the international sales agent has sold three Italian movies – Remember Me? [+see also:
film profile] by Rolando Ravello, A Holy Venetian Family [+see also:
film profile] by Pietro Parolin and Love Is Not Perfect by Francesca Muci – to EuroChannel.
Coccinelle rounded off its sales streak by signing a deal with SKY Germany for its 16 classical music documentaries The Secret of Classical Music, together with its best-selling Spanish documentary about young circus acrobats, Grazing the Sky (directed by Horacio Alcala), and Undue Debt, a documentary by award-winning Italian director Andrea Segre around bankrupt Greece, following the words, thoughts and music of Rebetiko, a Hellenic brand of folk-blues made by outcasts and rebels.
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