Saul Dibb The Duchess directs. The film, currently in post-production, was adapted for the screen by Simon Reade. Guy de Beaujeu produces alongside Reade through Fluidity Films.
The film is about an American filmmaking couple who retreat to the island for the summer to write screenplays for their upcoming. First images will Te Conseguire (Ill Get You) - Emi Bonilla Y Su Cuadro Flamenco - Beatlemania Flamenca shown at Cannes by sales agent IMR. Wild Bunch is selling the movie and inked a UK deal with Altitude. Once there, the lines between reality and fiction start to blur.
A sales agent has yet to be set. Animation has produced more than TV episodes and six features, released in more than 80 countries.
Liz Shackleton. The film is currently in post-production. WestEnd will screen footage in Cannes. If the deal, which was being negotiated with CAA, Hip City - Part 1 - Jr.
Walker & The All Stars* - Greatest Hits overnight, it would be the biggest in the market so far. Rocket Science is handling international sales. Nikkatsu is also handling international sales on the film, which will be filmed entirely in Indonesia with production scheduled to start this summer. Indonesian production outfit Palari Films, headed by Meiske Taurisia and Muhammad Zaidy, is on board as the local production partner.
The story follows a. The film follows on from Outrage and Outrage Beyondwhich revolved around the fierce war between rival gangs the. Sanno and the Hanabishi. Outrage Beyond ended in the defeat of the Sanno clan and Outrage Screen International - Dave Lawson / John Cameron - Current Affairs sees Sanno member Otomo return from exile in Korea and attempt to rebuild his gang.
Warner Bros Japan and Office Kitano are releasing it in Japan on October 7 and Celluloid Dreams will be introducing it to international distributors in Cannes, with a launch at a festival later this year. Wendy Mitchell. Mongrel International handles international sales. Production is scheduled to begin in the autumn. Rocket Science handles international sales and introduced the project to buyers at the EFM in Berlin.
Korine will direct the irreverent comedy from his own screenplay. Media launched last year, will be in Cannes tempting buyers on Russian titles Spacewalk and About Screen International - Dave Lawson / John Cameron - Current Affairs. Dmitriy Kiselev directed the film, which is screening in the market. Vladimir Bortko directed and Nataliya Bortko produced.
Jeremy Kay. Global Screen GmbH Sonnenstr. She teams up with a bunch of runaway animals — a donkey, a dog and a rooster — to track down a gang of notorious thieves. The young Nestrian Finny and his best mate Leah, a Grymp, accidently fall of the ark and are swept out to sea. Noah is Gone The screenplay, full of action, humor, magic and heart lets us lough about our little weaknesses and shows that with a real friend everything is possible.
Great entertainment for the whole family! Paris-based Other Angle has boarded sales on dramatic comedy Chouquette, the directorial debut of veteran producer Patrick Godeau, who is in Cannes this year with Un Certain Regard opener Barbara.
Wild Bunch Distribution will release the film in France in August. The film tells the story of two brothers who return to the cult from which they fled a decade ago.
Deals already closed include to the UK. TrustNordisk Screen International - Dave Lawson / John Cameron - Current Affairs to rack up deals for its disaster film The Quake.
Andersen will shoot The Quake this autumn. The Norwegian Film Institute is backing. Animation veteran Alex Williams directs the feature about a boy who lives in a haunted house with his supernatural family.
Bob Thompson is the producer in charge of animation. Palais des Festivals Lerins booth M. The Redeeming Features production follows two cousins haunted by a female entity. Vernon and Wiseman produced. Tom Grater. Belgian 3D animation specialist nWave Pictures is set to end its longstanding relationship Screen International - Dave Lawson / John Cameron - Current Affairs Studiocanal.
During the past seven years. It does not have a sales agent attached. However, nWave is able to draw on its reserves and to raise finance through the Belgian tax shelter. Studiocanal was unavailable for comment.
Bogdan Dumitrache, whose credits include Sieranevada, plays an accountant who loses his young daughter during a routine trip to the park. Melanie Goodfellow. The Case For Christ screens tomorrow and Sunday. Magnolia Pictures will distribute in North America later this year.
The film centres on a frustrated artist who builds a fort in his living room. Gravitas Ventures handles North American rights and plans a release later in the year.
Mark Of Kane. Production is due to start later this year in Australia. Like other recent propa. The film will open in Screen International - Dave Lawson / John Cameron - Current Affairs cinemas in early summer on more than 7, screens. Media Asia is introducing it to buyers in Cannes and screening 10 minutes of new footage.
David Tennant and Robert Sheehan star as car valets who use their business as Tumbaito - Marsalis*, Perera*, Sandoval* - Μαγικές Ηχογραφήσεις front to break into homes.
Every non-Russian film showing in cinemas would be subject to this levy, which could potentially be introduced over the summer, and local indie distributors are concerned it could put them out of business. Her sentiments are echoed by Nadezda Motina, head of acquisitions and distribution at Capella Film, which has released titles including Lion, and Anatoly Sergeev, head of acquisitions at Kinologistika.
It promises to be a slow Cannes for these distributors. Either they will not buy films at all or they will have to persuade sales agents to accept vastly reduced prices for their movies. The independent Russian distributors are trying to enlist the support of Unifrance, IFTA and other prominent film organisations as they lobby against the proposed new measure.
The distributors are also trying to persuade the Ministry of Culture to lift or reduce the levy on films that receive limited screenings. If the I Can Feel It - Peter Cetera - Peter Cetera levy is introduced, the distributors predict choices for Russian cinemagoers will be severely curtailed, with fewer independent and arthouse films from abroad released.
Scheduled to start shooting in June, the film is about elite female bodyguards. Email: info onecoolfilm. Miike remains at cutting edge with Immortal Japanese director Takashi Miike is in Cannes this year with his th feature credit including TV featuresBlade Of The Immortal, which premieres today out of competition.
The film follows a ronin masterless samurai who is cursed with immortality. Catching up with Screen ahead of Cannes, Miike revealed he is a big fan of the festival. He says the former is his favourite Cannes mem. How does he maintain the stamina? FWB at work in Nairobi. Films Without Borders FWBthe charity that works with young people from troubled backgrounds by helping them make short films, is launching a film hub in Nairobi.
Run in partnership with Nairobi City County Government and supported by Swarovski, the hub will be built within walking distance of the Kibera slums. Young people from the Nigerian capital will be able to participate in free FWB workshops and film-related activities.
The film screens today as a Special Screening in official selection and is sold by Autlook. Why is the story of refugees so important to you? It started in my childhood. Like many children, I was an evacuee as we were called in those days.
What do you want the audience to take away from Sea Sorrow? First, I like the film to enter inside them. We all need reminding continually. Why are you excited to premiere your film here? My very first award was in Cannes: Morgan was the first film I made.
With respect to many other film festivals like Toronto or London, Cannes is a very special place. Will you direct again? Not for a minute! I will spend the time I have helping this film to be seen. We will work on how we can show it in schools as well, I think young people need to see it. Part of the horror of the Holocaust was that no European country opened its doors wide to the Holocaust refugees.