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Paris Co-Production Village unveils its project selection


- CANNES 2016: The Industry Days, organised within the frame of the Champs-Elysées Film Festival, will take place on 8-10 June in the French capital

Paris Co-Production Village unveils its project selection

Organized by Les Arcs European Film Festival within the frame of the Champs-Elysées Film Festival Industry Days, Paris Co-Production Village is a development and financing platform for feature projects selected worldwide. For its third edition, which will take place 8-10 June in Paris, the 12 following projects have been selected:

AfronautsFrances Bodomo (USA)
Produced by Nomadic Independence

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Blood-Drenched BeardAly Muritiba (Brazil)
Produced by RT Features

The Bus to AmerikaDerya Durmaz (Turkey)
Produced by Mars Production

Dark Lies the IslandIan Fitzgibbon (Ireland)
Produced by Grand Pictures

God Exists, her Name is PetrunijaTeona Strugar Mitevska (Macedonia)
Produced by Sisters and Brother Mitevski Production

Golden VoicesEvgeny Ruman (Israel)
Produced by United Channel Movies

PrinceSebastian Muñoz (Chile/Argentina)
Produced by Niña Niño Films and Le Tiro Films

Remarkable Things During a KillingJoko Anwar (Indonesia)
Produced by Lo-Fi Flicks

When the Waves are GoneLav Diaz (Philippines)
Produced by Epicmedia

In partnership with Proimágenes Colombia, Paris Coproduction Village will present this year a Colombian Focus, inviting three Colombian projects in development. A conference, organized with the support of the CNC, will take place during the event and will discuss the improvement of the French-Colombian coproduction framework. These are the projects selected:

Almost Never Too LateAlfonso Acosta (Colombia)
Produced by Cabecitanegra Producciones

The StoneRafael Martinez Moreno (Colombia)
Produced by Miramar Entertainment

The TailorCesar Heredia (Panama/Colombia)
Produced by Corte Film, Tree House Film and Diafragma

The side event US in Progress, the first and only industry event devoted to US indies in Europe and a joint initiative between the American Film Festival in Wroclaw, the Champs-Elysées Film Festival in Paris and Black Rabbit Film in New York, will present US indie films in post-production to European buyers in order to foster the circulation and distribution of American indie films in Europe. The projects are:

California DreamsMike Ott (US)
Produced by Alex Gioulakis

Easy LivingAdam Keleman (US)
Produced by Laura Wagner

Everything Beautiful is Far AwayPete Ohs and Andrea Sisson (US)
Produced by Andrea Sisson and Saul Germaine

Otto: My Life is a SoundtrackMargarita Jimeno (US)
Produced by Andrew Corkin and Sol Bondy

AcademyBrent Chesanek (US)
(Documentary) Produced by Andrew Renzi and Andrew Corkin

WhirlybirdMatt Yoka (US)
(Documentary) Produced by Steve Holmgren, Erin Lee Carr, Greg Lanesey and Matt Radecki

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