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Cannes 2011 / Market


42 articles available in total starting from 26/04/2011. Last article published on 20/05/2011.

Tribeca joins Romantics Anonymous

Tribeca Film has acquired all US distribution rights to Romantics Anonymous, a box office hit in France that had its international premiere at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival. The deal was...  

20/05/2011 | Cannes 2011 | Market/France

There be sales for Joffé’s Dragons

British director Roland Joffé’s There Be Dragons has sold to several key territories, including the UK, through Stealth Media Group, and China, through HIG. Samuel Goldwyn Films recently released...  

20/05/2011 | Cannes 2011 | Market/UK

French film business out in force

The announcement of new projects and sales of titles at all stages of production have been the highlight of this year’s Marché du Film at the 64th Cannes Film Festival, which is entering its final...  

19/05/2011 | Cannes 2011 | Market/France

Polish films enjoying strong year

The Polish Market titles, Made in Poland, Venice and Joanna, are being sold for the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary to a new pay TV channel, launching in November, by the Film Europe Media...  

19/05/2011 | Cannes 2011 | Market/Poland

Scotland gets financing boost

The Scottish Government is investing £1m (over €1.13m) into a number of new initiatives, via Creative Scotland, to help boost Scottish cultural content and audiences, and to promote Scottish film...  

19/05/2011 | Cannes 2011 | Market/UK

TrustNordisk notches up sales

Morten Tyldum’s Headhunters, which is being sold by TrustNordisk, has been picked up by several distributors after its market premiere here in Cannes . Alta Films (Spain), Big Movie (Russia),...  

18/05/2011 | Cannes 2011 | Market/Denmark

Eco-film takes Cannes by storm

British film-business veteran Robbie Little is enjoying great success at the Cannes Market with Confessions of an Eco Terrorist, which premiered here on Tuesday and is breaking ground in the world...  

18/05/2011 | Cannes 2011 | Market/UK

Ireland scores finance deals

Ireland’s Windmill Lane Pictures has notched up a number of post-production finance deals with companies as diverse as Luc Besson’s EuropaCorp and Edward R. Pressman Film Corporation. Selling here...  

18/05/2011 | Cannes 2011 | Market/Ireland

Melancholia close to selling out

Melancholia close to selling out

Australian distributor Madman and Israeli distributor Lev Cinemas have bought the rights to Lars von Trier’s Melancholia, ahead of the film’s Cannes premiere, May 18. “We are thrilled to be...  

17/05/2011 | Cannes 2011 | Market/Denmark

Reel Suspects clocks up real sales

France’s Reel Suspects has notched up a number of sales at the Cannes Market, where it is based at the MEDIA stand. Laurent Bouhnik’s erotic French film Q has sold to Italy (Ripley's Film) and...  

16/05/2011 | Cannes 2011 | Market/France

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