Delta drives business for The Coproduction Office
Lauded in official competition last week at the Cannes Film Festival and crowned with the Fipresci Award, Delta [+see also:
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film profile], by young Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó (see news) was sold by The Coproduction Office for France (Le Pacte), Spain (Silenzio), Benelux (Lumière and Filmuseum), Switzerland (Look Know!), Greece (Seven Films), Bulgaria (Art Fest), India, Korea and Mexico.
The French company headed by Philippe Bober also got sales underway at Cannes for two European films that screened in the Un Certain Regard section. Swedish director Ruben Ostlund’s Involuntary [+see also:
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film profile] (see news) was bought for Benelux (Lumière and Filmuseum), Greece (Seven Films), India and Mexico; and UK director Thomas Clay’s Soi Cowboy was bought for the UK (Network), Greece (Seven Films), Mexico and India.
Finally, sales were clinched for Antonio Campos’ US/Brazilian feature Afterschool, which also screened at Cannes in the Un Certain Regard section.
(Translated from French)
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