Paris Coproduction Village reveals its project selection
- The new development and financing platform will take place from 12-13 June in Paris
Organised by Les Arcs European Film Festival and Champs-Elysées Film Festival, Paris Coproduction Village is a new development and financing platform for feature projects selected worldwide. For its first edition, which will take place from 12-13 June in Paris, the 12 following projects have been selected:
- 40%, by Andrea Segre (First Snowfall [+see also:
film profile], Venice 2013 Orizzonti and Shun Li and the Poet [+see also:
interview: Andrea Segre
interview: Andrea Segre
film profile], Venice 2011 Venice Days and Prix Lux 2012) produced by Jolefilm (Italy)
- The Beauty of Sharks, by Karim Aïnouz (Madame Sata, Un Certain Regard Cannes 2002 and Beach of the Future [+see also:
film profile], Official Competition Berlinale 2014) produced by Royal Road Entertainment (USA)
- The Delegation, by Asaf Saban (short film On Leave, San Sebastian 2009), produced by Gum Films (Israel)
- The Embroiderer, by Brillante Mendoza (Kinatay, Best Director Cannes 2009 and Captive, Official Competition Berlinale 2012), produced by Center Stage Productions (The Philippines)
- House of My Fathers, by Suba Sivakumaran (short film I Too Have a Name – Official Selection Berlinale 2012) produced by Palmyrak Talkies (Sri Lanka)
- Rara, by Maria Jose Martin (The Shower, DAAD Price Official Selection Berlinale 2011) produced by Manufactura de Peliculas (Chile)
- Samui Song, by Pen-ek Ratanaruang (Nymph, Un Certain Regard Cannes 2009) produced by Bluering (Thailand)
- White Shadows, by Fabio Mollo (South is Nothing [+see also:
interview: Miriam Karlkvist
film profile], Generation 14Plus Berlinale 2014, Toronto 2013) produced by Ascent Film (Italy)
In addition, the six residents of the Cannes Film Festival Cinéfondation will join the project selection, that is to say: All the Dead Ones, by Caetano Gotardo and Marco Dutra (Brazil); Against the Day, by Katarina Stankovic (Serbia); Heartstone [+see also:
interview: Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson
film profile], by Gudmundur Arnar Gudmundsson (Iceland); The Hereisses [+see also:
film profile], by Marcelo Martinessi (Paraguay); Last Autumn, by Sam Holst (Australia); and Small Talk, by Marcela Said (Chile).
All of these projects will benefit from one-to-one pre-scheduled meetings with producers, sales agents and distributors, including networking events, as well as seminars taught by leading film-industry professionals.
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