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Unifrance (corporate)

19 May 2008 à 13:02

Club Unifrance activities in pictures: Part 1

Midway through the 61st Cannes Film Festival, browse photos of the latest events and activities at Club Unifrance, located in the International Village-Pantiero.

Unifrance has so far received crews from the following films at the Club:

C'est dur d'être aimé par des cons by Daniel Leconte (Out of Competition), De la Guerre (On War) by Bertrand Bonello (Directors’ Fortnight), Le Dernier maquis by Rabah Ameur-Zaimeche (Directors’ Fortnight), Les Enfants de Don Quichotte by Augustin Legrand (Film Market), Les Grandes Personnes (Grown Ups) by Anna Novion (International Critics’ Week), Home by Ursula Meier (International Critics’ Week), Je veux voir (I Want to See) by Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige (Un Certain Regard), Le Sel de la mer (Salt of this Sea) by Annemarie Jacir (Un Certain Regard), Les Sept Jours by Ronit Elkabetz and Shlomi Elkabetz (International Critics’ Week), Le Silence de Lorna (The Silence of Lorna) by Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne (Official Selection), Tokyo by Michel Gondry, Joon-ho Bong and Leos Carax (Un Certain Regard), Versailles by Pierre Schoeller (Un Certain Regard), La Vie moderne by Raymond Depardon (Un Certain Regard), and Le Voyage aux Pyrénées by Jean-Marie Larrieu and Arnaud Larrieu (Directors’ Fortnight).

The latest news from the Film Market, with the sale of the following films:
Babylon A.D. by Mathieu Kassovitz, sold by StudioCanal to Moviemax (Italy) and Fox (USA and UK)
La Comtesse (The Countess) by Julie Delpy, sold by Celluloid Dreams to Halcyon (UK)
Un Conte de Noël (A Christmas Tale) by Arnaud Deplechin, sold by Wild Bunch to IFC (USA)
Entre les murs by Laurent Cantet, sold by Memento Films to CinéArt (Benelux countries), Golem (Spain), Mikado (Italy), Artificial Eye (UK), Megacom (Serbia), Ama (Greece), and Imovision (Brazil)
L'Heure d'été (Summer Hours) by Olivier Assayas, sold by MK2 to Artificial Eye (England), IFC (USA), A Films (Benelux countries), Baditri (Spain), HGC (China), and Filmaware (Taiwan)
Mia et le Migou by Jacques-Rémy Girerd, sold by Celluloid Dreams to BVI (Ireland), Kinepolis (Belgium), and Bridge Entertainment (Netherlands)
Valse avec Bashir by Ari Folman, sold by The Match Factory to Artificial Eye (England)

Author : Communications

Latest update : 23 April 2009 à 13:02 CEST

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