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04 May 2010 à 14:51

Commercial release of films receiving Unifrance support

In April, Unifrance supported the commercial release of 17 French films abroad.

Abel Ferry traveled to Indonesia for the release of High Lane.
Stéphane Brizé traveled to Taiwan for the release of Mademoiselle Chambon.
Albert Pereira Lazaro and Emmanuel Klotz traveled to the Czech Republic for the release of Lascars.
Reda Kateb also traveled to the Czech Republic for the release of A Prophet.
Joann Sfar traveled to Poland for the release of Gainsbourg (Vie héroïque).
Jean-Paul Jaud traveled to Hungary for the release of That Should Not Be: Our Children Will Accuse Us.
Johnny Hallyday traveled to Italy for the release of Vengeance.
Jean Becker was in Switzerland for the release of La Tête en friche.
Coline Serreau was also in Switzerland for the release of Solutions locales pour un désordre global.
Nicolas Philibert also traveled there for the release of Nénette.
Pascal Elbé was in Belgium for the release of Tête de Turc.
Gustave Kervern, Benoît Delépine and Miss Ming traveled to Belgium for the release of Mammuth.
Alexandre Arcady, Patrick Bruel and Mathieu Delarive also traveled to Belgium for the release of Comme les 5 doigts de la main.
Frederick Wiseman was in the United Kingdom for the release of La Danse, le ballet de l'Opéra de Paris.
Gaspar Noé traveled to Finland for the release of Soudain le vide / Enter the Void.
Mia Hansen-Love traveled to Austria for the release of The Father of My Children; Louis Do de Lencquesaing and Alice de Lencquesaing went to Taiwan for the film's release there.
Bruno Dumont traveled to Argentina for the release of Hadewijch.

Author : Communications

Latest update : 13 May 2010 à 14:51 CEST

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