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12 articles available in total starting from 20/04/2007. Last article published on 24/05/2007.

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Empties fills contracts for Fandango-Portobello

Jan Sverák’s local box office hit Empties has sold to a handful of territories during Cannes, according to new players in town Fandango-Portobello. The film, which is breaking local box office...  

24/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Market/UK

Hallam Foe sells for Independent

David Mackenzie’s Berlin-winning film Hallam Foe has been sold by the London-based Independent Film Sales to a handful of key territories so far during Cannes, including the US (Magnolia). The...  

23/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Market/UK

Fandango/Portobello sells Sverak’s English-language debut

The new sales entity set up by long-time collaborators Eric Abrahamson of Portobello Pictures in the UK and Domenico Procacci of Italy’s Fandango is offering in Cannes two projects scripted by...  

22/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Market/UK

Firth heading to Genova

The cast of Michael Winterbottom’s next project, Genova, has just been revealed at Cannes: Colin Firth, Hope Davis, and Catherine Keener will be joined by emerging talents Willa Holland and Perla...  

20/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Market/UK

Goalpost looking to score with Clubland

For the first time at Cannes with Goalpost Film, the new company he set up last year with Nicki Parfitt, sales executive Tristan Whalley is pushing the sales of Sundance hit Clubland, already...  

20/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Market/UK

Intandem gets Blatant and Schnabel

London based sales company Intandem Films is introducing in Cannes Julian Schnabel’s next project, The Lonely Doll, scripted by Caroline Thompson (Edward Scissorhands), as well as Blatant...  

19/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Market/UK

Lumina hot with Tribeca duo

London-based sales company Lumina Films is expecting brisk business at Cannes with two films carried by very positive buzz following their premieres at Tribeca early May: Jamie Morgan’s...  

18/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Market/UK

Pathé strike gold with Schnabel

Pathé Pictures International, headed by Mike Runagall, has reportedly sealed half a dozen territories on Julian Schnabel’s competition entry The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, ahead of its world...  

18/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Market/UK

Homage to a lost poet

Homage to a lost poet

Ian Curtis, front man of the post-punk group Joy Division, was a poet. The beautiful lyrics of his songs prove that. He was a damned poet, a kind of Mallarmé or Rimbaud of the late 1970s and, like...  

17/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Directors' Fortnight/UK

Dreamachine boards Link’s Aftermath

Sales powerhouse Dreamachine announced today in Cannes that it is handling world sales on Caroline Link’s new contemporary drama Aftermath, co-produced by Germany’s Constantin Film and Bavaria...  

17/05/2007 | Cannes 2007 | Market/UK

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