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Cannes 2009 / Market


31 articles available in total starting from 30/04/2009. Last article published on 23/05/2009.

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Positive results for Films Distribution

French international seller Films Distribution was feeling satisfied at the close of the Film Market at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival. Head of sales Didar Domehri commented: "Even though business...  

23/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/France

Wrap-up: Less quantity, more quality meetings

Wrap-up: Less quantity, more quality meetings

A thinned-out Cannes Market gave way this year to less quantity but more quality meetings. Key buyers were all out en force, although with smaller teams, and fewer deals were finalised during the...  

23/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market

Svensk stirring up sales with Bergman and Brisinger

Svensk Filmindustri AB’s head of sales Ann-Kristin Westerberg said that Stig Björkman’s portrayal of Ingmar Bergman in Images from the Playground has been picked up by Italy (Teodora Film) and was...  

22/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/Sweden

Antichrist sold to UK and US

Lars von Trier’s controversial film Antichrist, sold by TrustNordisk, has been acquired by the US (IFC Films) and the UK (Artificial Eye). In a statement to Danish press agency Ritzau, Peter...  

22/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/Scandinavia

Dutch pick up for newborn Festival Darlings

Thomas Mai, the former TrustNordisk sales executive, has acquired distribution rights for the Dutch film Scum by Heinrich Dahms, for his newly created Festival Darlings sales outfit. Scum (Schoft)...  

20/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market

Paper Castles inflames Latido sales

Salvador Garcia Ruiz’s erotic drama Paper Castles have brought regular traffic at Latido Film Sales Riviera stand in Cannes. The film based on the new bestseller by Almudena Grandes (The Ages of...  

20/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/Spain

European sales clinched despite buyers’ caution

While the competition at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival reaches its halfway point, with Jacques Audiard’s A Prophet emerging as the favourite among panels of French and international critics, the...  

19/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/France

Match Factory sells Ajami to France and UK

The Cologne-based sales company The Match Factory, headed by Michael Weber, has sold the closing film of the Directors' Fortnight, the Israeli/German co-production Ajami by Scandar Copti and Yaron...  

19/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/Germany

Memento sells Katalin Varga to Artificial Eye

Peter Strickland’s Romanian film Katalin Varga has been acquired by UK distribution company Artificial Eye, adding to a handful of deals closed at the last Berlinale by Paris-based sales company...  

18/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/France

TrustNordisk adds Bier and Mackenzie to line-up

The Copenhagen-based sales outfit TrustNordisk has added two high profile feature films to its line-up: Susanne Biers’s return to Danish-language fare with Civilization (working title), and David...  

18/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/Scandinavia

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