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Cannes 2010 / France


35 articles available in total starting from 16/04/2010. Last article published on 26/05/2010.

Romantic collisions in The Princess of Montpensier

Romantic collisions in The Princess of Montpensier

A woman-child with magnetic eyes and four men lusting after her in sixteenth-century France in the middle of the Wars of Religion, in a nobility where strong feelings seethe beneath the corset of...  

16/05/2010 | Cannes 2010 | Competition/France

Andersson, Östlund, Stathoulopoulos add spice to Coproduction Office

Coproduction Office has added Roy Andersson, Ruben Östlund and Spiros Stathoulopoulos to its already strong line up of auteur films in Cannes. Philippe Bober, head of sales outfit Coproduction...  

16/05/2010 | Cannes 2010 | Market/France

PTZ makes pre-sales on Grossman and August

From her office on the sixth floor of the Majestic Hotel in Cannes, Perrine Tézé, managing director of PTZ International, is pushing pre-sales and co-financing on two major European...  

16/05/2010 | Cannes 2010 | Market/France

Copacabana: A bittersweet family tale

Copacabana: A bittersweet family tale

French diva Isabelle Huppert and her 26-year-old actress daughter, Lolita Chammah star as mother and daughter in the Franco-Belgian co-production Copacabana, shown as a special screening during...  

16/05/2010 | Cannes 2010 | Critics’ Week/France

Belle Epine explores the inability to mourn

Belle Epine explores the inability to mourn

French screenwriter Rebecca Zlotowski (29) this morning presented her debut directorial feature, Belle Epine, which is vying for the Camera d’Or and competing in Critics’ Week. Dear Prudence is a...  

15/05/2010 | Cannes 2010 | Critics’ Week/France

Amalric to star in Satrapi’s Chicken with Plums

At the Film Market at the 63rd Cannes Film Festival, the cast for Chicken with Plums (formerly Waiting for Azrael) was revealed. The first live-action film by Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud...  

15/05/2010 | Cannes 2010 | Market/France

Love and identity through the prism of humour in The Names of Love

Love and identity through the prism of humour in The Names of Love

The 49th International Critics’ Week at the Cannes Film Festival opened yesterday evening with French director Michel Leclerc’s feel-good, intelligent comedy The Names of Love. The director’s...  

14/05/2010 | Cannes 2010 | Critics’ Week/France

StudioCanal, Memento and EuropaCorp play their trump cards

Announcements of new projects continue to pour in at the Film Market at the 63rd Cannes Film Festival. StudioCanal has announced the addition to its line-up of Special Forces, starring German...  

14/05/2010 | Cannes 2010 | Market/France

MK2 picks up Lafosse’s Aimer à Perdre la Raison

MK2 has had a dazzling start to the Film Market at the 63rd Cannes Film Festival. The French international seller has just added another title to its well-stocked line-up (see news): Belgian...  

14/05/2010 | Cannes 2010 | Market/France

Amalric goes behind the scenes of show business in On Tour

Amalric goes behind the scenes of show business in On Tour

Actor Mathieu Amalric, internationally renowned since his roles in The Diving Bell and the Butterfly and Quantum of Solace, yesterday made an impressive first competition outing as a director at...  

13/05/2010 | Cannes 2010 | Competition/France

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