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Cannes 2006 / Market


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

You Am I leads Baltic screenings

Lithuanian filmmaker Kristijonas Vildžiunas’ You Am I, set to have its world premiere in Un Certain Regard on May 25, is heading the Croisette’s rich Baltic programme, which includes another seven...  

20/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/market | Baltic countries

Boorman’s The Tiger’s Tale sold to Diaphana

John Boorman’s new thriller, The Tiger’s Tale, currently wrapping up shooting in Ireland, has been sold by London-based sales company Moviehouse Entertainment to Diaphana in France. Moviehouse’s...  

20/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | Ireland

Haneke to shoot remake of Funny Games

Austrian director Michael Haneke’s next film will be a French/UK/US co-production: an English-language remake of his own Funny Games (1997). With Naomi Watts heading the bill, the film will...  

19/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | Europe

Media Luna gets Pingpong heat

Cologne-based sales company Media Luna Entertainment is expecting brisk business with its star Cannes title Pingpong by first time director Matthias Luthardt, which has its world premiere today in...  

19/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | Germany

Katapult launching for Dagur Kari

Icelandic filmmaker Dagur Kari is going to direct Ryan Gosling and Tom Waits in his first English language film, The Good Heart, just added to Katapult Film Sales’ Cannes line-up. The talented...  

19/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | Iceland

Cassel and Garcia to star in Jean-Jacques Annaud’s new film

Taking advantage of his presence in Cannes as master of ceremonies, French actor Vincent Cassel has revealed that he is going to star in Jean-Jacques Annaud’s Sa majesté Minor. José Garcia will...  

18/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | France

Non Stop sales heat up on Frostbite

The Swedish/German horror film Frostbite by debut director Anders Banke, sold by NonStop Sales, has just been acquired by Soda Pictures for the UK and Ireland, Versus Entertainment for Spain and...  

18/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | Scandinavia

Celsius says Paris, je t’aime

Celsius Entertainments, headed by Thierry Wase-Bailey, is the happy sales representative of the most star-studded film of the official selection, Paris, je t’aime, which has its world premiere...  

18/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | UK

Capitol Films boards Bruce Beresford film

London-based Capitol Films announced yesterday that they will be handling international sales on Bruce Beresford’s new film A Dream of Red Mansions, starring Kate Hudson (Skeleton Key) and Ken...  

17/05/2006 | Cannes 2006/Market | UK

Increase in Asians and new EU members

The 47th Cannes Film Market opens today under the best possible auspices and an ever-increasing number of participants (+8%), with 8,694 companies registered so far from 86 countries, according to...  

17/05/2006 | Cannes 2006 | Market

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