Highly anticipated films
by Anne Feuillère
Apart from the US Goal! from American Danny Cannon, the films coming out this week are all European and highly anticipated! Less busy than last week, this week shows off six new productions of which five are European.
After the UK, France and Holland, Wallace and Gromit [+see also:
film profile] from Englishmen Nick Park and Steve Box is released in Belgium in pursuit of their Rabbit. This studio co-production from Aardman with American DreamsWorks is distributed by UIP on 53 screens. The second release of the week is the adaptation of the Charles Dickens book by Roman Polanski Oliver Twist [+see also:
film profile], an European co-production from the director’s company (RP Productions) , French Alain Sarde and Robert Benmussa with the UK company (Run Team), Czechs (Etic Limited) and the Italians (Medusa Film) and Alternative Films distributed on 41 prints. A film to scare the kids before Halloween, L'étoile de Laura the animated film from Belgian Piet de Rycker and German Thilo Graf Rothkirch, produced partly by the directors (Rothkirch Cartoon-Film) and distributed by Warner Bros Belgium, already a great success in Germany. Don't come knocking [+see also:
film profile] by Wim Wenders is the other German production, distributed by Cinéart. Finally, the new comedy by Colline Serreau already successful with the public (above all with Trois hommes et un couffin) will be distributed by Les Films de L'Elysée. Interpreted by a clutch of lively French actors, Saint-Jacques La Mecque [+see also:
film profile] could be a new success with the public for the French director.
(Translated from French)
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