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CANNES 2020 Marché du Film

Beta Cinema est prêt pour le Marché du Film virtuel

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- La société a un programme de projections marché en ligne très chargé, qui comprend des succès au box-office ainsi que les prochains projets de Peter Bebjak, Uberto Pasolini et Stefan Ruzowitzky

Beta Cinema est prêt pour le Marché du Film virtuel
The Kangaroo Chronicles de Dani Levy

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International sales agent Beta Cinema has announced its slate for the upcoming Virtual Marché du Film (22-26 June). Seven of its films will have market screenings, and eight upcoming projects will be available to tempt attending industry professionals looking to strike some deals.

The company is bringing Dani Levy’s The Kangaroo Chronicles [+lire aussi :
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along for its market premiere. In it, struggling musician Marc-Uwe receives a visit from his neighbour – a talking kangaroo who’s asking for eggs. Being a staunch communist, the kangaroo doesn’t believe in private ownership and without further ado decides to move in with Marc-Uwe. The film is based on the radio comedy and the bestselling books and audiobooks by Marc-Uwe Kling, and was a hit at the German box office.

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Two films will have private screenings. They are Corvidae, the debut feature by Joe Marcantonio, a psychological thriller that follows a pregnant young woman who finds herself surrounded by her dead boyfriend's peculiar family, from whom she can’t escape; and The Report [+lire aussi :
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by well-known Slovakian helmer Peter Bebjak (The Line [+lire aussi :
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), based on a true story about two young Slovak Jews who manage to escape from a concentration camp but who find themselves up against allies that don’t believe the truth (see the news).

As for the rest of the Virtual Marché du Film’s screenings, the German company is showcasing four films: Berlin Alexanderplatz [+lire aussi :
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by Burhan Qurbani and My Little Sister [+lire aussi :
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by Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond, which both had their world premieres in the main competition of the 70th Berlinale, along with Narcissus and Goldmund [+lire aussi :
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by Stefan Ruzowitzky and When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit [+lire aussi :
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, which is based on the best-selling Judith Kerr novel and was directed by Caroline Link (All About Me [+lire aussi :
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).

Lastly, Beta Cinema will be negotiating deals for eight upcoming features that are all in post-production, including the drama Nowhere Special by Uberto Pasolini (Still Life [+lire aussi :
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); the tragicomedy My Neighbor Adolf by Leon Prudovsky, starring David Hayman and Udo Kier (see the news); the historical thriller Hinterland by Stefan Ruzowitzky; the screen adaptation of the famous Italian crime comic book series Diabolik by the Manetti Bros (see the news); and the topsy-turvy romantic comedy Hello Again – A Wedding Day by Maggie Peren (Colour of the Ocean [+lire aussi :
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). The firm will also be touting three feature debuts: the dramas My Son by Lena Stahl, The Bike Thief by Matt Chambers and Karnawal [+lire aussi :
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by Juan Pablo Félix, which also won the latest Films in Progress Toulouse.

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