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Cannes 2006 / Market

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

Rezo has high hopes for Brisseau and Uro

French company Rezo Films are expected to do good business at the Cannes Market this year, with Norwegian title Uro, the debut feature by Stefan Faldbakken presented in Un Certain Regard (see...  

24/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | France

Wild Bunch and Fidélité join forces with Noé

Gaspard Noé, the Argentinean-born enfant terrible of French cinema, is making his return to Cannes this year. The director’s last time at the festival was in 2002 with the competition film...  

24/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | France

Non Stop gets Canadian link

Stockholm-based NonStop Sales has signed a multi-picture deal with Canadian production house Irreverent Media Ltd. The slate includes The Lighthouse, starring Kevin Zegers, Ryan Reynolds and Ewen...  

23/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | Sweden

Adriana Chiesa count on Tornatore

"Tornatore is one of the few Italian directors that pre-sell", veteran sales agent Adriana Chiesa told Cineuropa, commenting on the film’s recently closed deals with Japan (Happinet Pictures) and...  

23/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | Italy

Sola Media popular with family films

German sales company Sola Media, headed by Solveig Langeland, has closed a series of deals on the much promoted Cannes title Lotte From Gadgetville, directed by Janno Põldma and Heiki Ernits. The...  

23/05/2006 | Cannes 2006 | Market | Germany

Pacino may play Napoléon in Chéreau’s next film

The subject of French director Patrice Chéreau’s next film has been announced at Cannes. The director, who will go back in time once again after his latest success, Gabrielle, will this time...  

22/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | France

Bavaria picks up Manchevski’s Bones

Munich-based Bavaria Film International has just picked up world rights for Milcho Manchevski’s mystery thriller/mythical love story Bones. The film, set to start shooting next June, is a European...  

22/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | Germany

Trust closes deals on Red Road and Princess

Trust Film Sales has just sold Andrea Arnold’s UK competition title Red Roadto Greece (Strada Film), Benelux (A Film) and Israel (Shani Films), along with Anders Morgenthaler’s controversial...  

22/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | Denmark

More Dutch content in High Point’s line-up

Two more Dutch features have just been added by UK independent sales and financing company High Point Film to their world distribution slate (outside Benelux). Bride Flight, set to start shooting...  

21/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | UK

Kaurismäki continues to sell for The Match Factory

Before of its official screening in competition tomorrow afternoon, Aki Kaurismäki’s highly anticipated Lights in the Dusk has been snapped by Spain ( Golem), Poland (Kino Świat), Hungary...  

21/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | Germany

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