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International statistics

04 July 2002 à 13:02

Yokohama: 15 films sold

In spite of the current difficulties experienced on the international market, the Yokohama French Film Festival triggered the signing of a number of contracts for the 16 French international sales companies present.

Just one week after the closing of this year's festival, we can already count 17 firm sales deals tied up during the course of the festival, covering 15 titles including 2 films that were presented in the Festival's Selection ("Ball and Chain" by Alain Berbérian and Frédéric Forestier and "Se Souvenir Des Belles Choses" by Zabou Breitman). The countries showing most interest were Japan (7 films) and Taiwan (6 films). There are also 16 sales contracts in the pipeline.

Films sold during the event:

"11 Septembre", documentary (Japan)
"B Comme Béjart", documentary (Japan)
"Beau Travail" by Claire Denis (Korea)
"Betty Fisher" by Claude Miller (Taiwan)
"Ball and Chain" by Alain Berbérian and Frédéric Forestier (Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines)
"The Last Letter" by Frederick Wiseman (Japan)
"Les Diables" by Christophe Ruggia (Taiwan)
"Kandahar" by Mohsen Makhmalbaf (Philippines)
"Kirikou and the Sorceress" by Michel Ocelot (Japan)
"Polissons Et Galipettes" by Michel Reilhac (Japan)
"The Repentant" by Lætitia Masson (Japan)
"Se Souvenir Des Belles Choses" by Zabou Breitman (Taiwan)
"Read My Lips" by Jacques Audiard (Taiwan)
"One Swallow Brought Spring" (aka "The Girl from Paris") by Christian Carion (Taiwan)
"Vaillont" by Renzo Martinelli (Japan)

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Latest update : 23 April 2009 à 13:02 CEST