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Cannes 2006 / Market


40 articles available in total starting from 24/04/2006. Last article published on 01/06/2006.

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Beta beats sales records

This year, Beta has had its most productive Cannes Market yet, thanks in most part to The Lives of Others, the debut feature directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, produced by Munich-based...  

01/06/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | Germany

A good market for Les Films du Losange

The international sales team at Les Films du Losange has come back from Cannes with a smile on its face. The outfit made several deals at the market and more are set to be made, with several...  

30/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | France

Brisk sales for Bavaria on festival films

Munich-based Bavaria Film International has closed numerous sales on Critics’ Week Norwegian entry The Bothersome Man by Jens Lien and on Summer ’04 by German filmmaker Stefan Krohmer (Directors’...  

30/05/2006 | Cannes 2006 | Market

Good sales for French companies

French international sales agents at the Cannes Film Market have been keeping a low profile due in most part to the extension of negotiation periods to the weeks following the festival, but also...  

29/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | France

Buyers hungry for Fortissimo’s Taxidermia

Fortissimo – one of the top world independent sales companies with offices in Amsterdam, Hong Kong and London – sold Hungarian Un Certain Regard title Taxidermia by György Pálfimade to a handful...  

27/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/market | Netherlands

Artificial Eye buys three new Cannes titles

Artificial Eye’s Pam Engel and Robert Beeson, who are often lucky when it comes to picking Palme d’Or winners films ahead of the official awards ceremony, have bought two new competition titles...  

27/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/market | UK

Onoma names sales on world premieres

Paris-based Onoma, under the aegis of veteran French sales executive Pascal Diot, headed Cannes with three appealing feature films offered for the first time to buyers, closing major deals on all...  

27/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/market | France

Very good business for Films Distribution

With the 2006 market considered a good one in terms of overall sales, French company Films Distribution has once again done very well. The surprise in its line-up was The Page Turner (La Tourneuse...  

26/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | France

Johnny be good for Nordisk

Mark Hammond’s English-language thriller Johnny Was, an Irish/UK/Danish co-production starring Vinnie Jones and Patrick Bergin, is on the verge of being snapped up by a major US distributor and a...  

25/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/market | Scandinavia

Dikkenek : a somewhat odd Belgian adventure

Dikkenek, a somewhat odd Belgian adventure soon to be released on French screens, was presented yesterday evening at a market screening for exhibitors. The director of several highly acclaimed...  

24/05/2006 | Cannes 2006 | Market | Belgium

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