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24 May 2008 à 13:02
To coincide with the close of the 61st Cannes Film Festival, browse photos of the latest events and activities at Club Unifrance, located in the International Village-Pantiero.
During the second half of the festival, Unifrance welcomed crews from the following films:
La Frontière de l'aube by Philippe Garrel, Elève Libre (also known as Private Lessons and Free Student) by Joachim Lafosse, Entre les murs (The Class) by Laurent Cantet, La Mujer sin Cabeza (The Headless Woman) by Lucretia Martel, Salamandra by Pablo Aguero, and Snow by Aïda Begic.
These titles can be added to the 14 film crews already mentioned in our previous news article.
The following titles have been sold at the festival's Film Market:
Baby Love by Vincent Garenq, sold by Films Distribution to Golem (Spain), Victory (Benelux countries), and Agora (Switzerland)
Le Concert by Radu Mihaileanu, sold by Wild Bunch to Optimum (UK), Cinema Mondo (Scandinavia), Séville (Quebec), The Weinstein Company (USA), Hopscotch (Australia), and Comstock (Japan)
Entre les murs (The Class) by Laurent Cantet, sold by Memento Films to Filmcoopi (Switzerland), Midas (Portugal), and United King (Israel)
La Frontière de l'aube by Philippe Garrel, sold by Films Distribution to Archibald (Italy) and Agora (Switzerland)
Home by Ursula Meier, sold by Memento Films to Lumière (Benelux countries), Filmcoopi (Switzerland), Rosebud (Greece), Teodora (Italy), Soda Pictures (UK), Alliance (India), and Mega Communication (Ex-Yugoslavia)
L'Instinct de mort and L'Ennemi public n°1 by Jean-François Richet, sold by Kinology to Telepool (Germany), Momentum (Great Britain), Top Film (Russia), Nordisk (Scandinavia), and Monolith (Poland)
Largo Winch, sold by Wild Bunch to Optimum (UK)
Le Petit Nicolas by Laurent Tirard, sold by Wild Bunch to Séville (Quebec)
Latest update : 23 April 2009 à 13:02 CEST