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

Bavaria offers Bad Day to Go Fishing in Critics’ Week

From his usual stand at the Cannes Market’s Riviera Pavilion, Bavaria Film International Managing Director Thorsten Ritter is proud to introduce his latest international gems, such as the...  

17/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/Germany

Revolver targets Sin Nombre

At Cannes, UK distributor Revolver Entertainment has acquired the Sundance hit Sin Nombre by newcomer Cary Joji Fukunaga, along with three other titles. The film is sold by Focus Features...  

16/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/UK

NonStop out in the open with Pål Øie’s thriller Hidden

Ready to welcome international buyers from their usual desk at the Scandinavian Terrace at Cannes, Michael Werner and his NonStop Sales team have six new titles on offer, including five market...  

16/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/Scandinavia

Rourke vehicle Mona Lisa sells for Handmade

Following the announcement mid-week that Mickey Rourke was going to star in Larry Clark’s upcoming Mona Lisa, UK-based HandMade Films International closed several key territories at Cannes,...  

16/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/UK

Kaleidoscope picks up Winter In Wartime

High Point Films have sold UK/Ireland rights for Dutch box office smash Winter In Wartime to Kaleidoscope, who will release the film on 20 screens. The film, distributed in the territory by...  

15/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/UK

Gilliam back in the saddle with Don Quixote

Veteran producer Jeremy Thomas announced yesterday in Cannes that Terry Gilliam’s long-held dream project The Man Who Killed Don Quixote will come to life, penned by award-winning scriptwriter...  

15/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/UK

Market presents new projects by Jancsó, Bogdán, Szász and Kenyeres

Market presents new projects by Jancsó, Bogdán, Szász and Kenyeres

While Hungarian film is almost absent from the different selections at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival, save for Belgian director Caroline Strubbe’s Lost Persons Area (in Critics’ Week), co-produced...  

14/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/Hungary

Velvet Cannes launch for SC Films

Veteran UK sales executive Simon Crowe is wearing two hats in Cannes, selling films for his new outfit SC Films International as well as for his previous company, Velvet Octopus. Topping Crowe’s...  

14/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/UK

French sellers out in force on Croisette

Cineuropa has already presented the line-ups for Wild Bunch, Celluloid Dreams, Films Distribution, Pathé International, StudioCanal, TF1 International, Les Films du Losange, MK2, UGC, Kinology, Le...  

13/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/France

Petite Reine and Kinology sell Gans’ Fantomas

The whirlwind of announcements has begun at the Film Market at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival, which kicked off this morning. Thomas Langmann’s Paris-based production company La Petite Reine...  

13/05/2009 | Cannes 2009 | Market/France

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