Prokino takes its pick from Cannes official selection
Munich-based distribution company Prokino, which has always focused on quality European cinema and in particular titles selected at Cannes (from Hidden [+see also:
interview: Margaret Menegoz
interview: Michael Haneke
film profile] to Persepolis [+see also:
interview: Marc-Antoine Robert
interview: Marjane Satrapi, Vincent Pa…
film profile] and Gomorrah [+see also:
interview: Domenico Procacci
interview: Jean Labadie
interview: Matteo Garrone
film profile]), has bought the rights to three prominent European productions shown at the latest Cannes Film Festival.
Prokino has also picked up the rights to the latest works by two UK masters: Mike Leigh’s Another Year [+see also:
interview: Mike Leigh
film profile], which was one of the competition favourites, and Stephen Frears’s delightfully light-hearted Tamara Drewe [+see also:
interview: Stephen Frears
film profile], which screened out of competition.
The exact release dates for these films have not yet been decided, but they should hit German screens in the first quarter of next year.
(Translated from French)
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