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11 September 2012 à 14:23

uniFrance support for theatrical release - Summer 2012

This summer, uniFrance Films provided support for the release of 15 films abroad.

Frédéric Beigbeder traveled to Turkey for the release of Love Lasts Three Years,
Noémie Lvovsky traveled to Belgium for the release of Camille Rewinds,
Daniel Cohen traveled to Hungary for the release of The Chef,
Ursula Meier traveled to Hungary for the release of Sister,
Philippe Le Guay traveled to Hungary for the release of The Women on the 6th Floor,
Stéphane Rybojad traveled to the Philippines for the release of Special Forces,
Denis Lavant traveled to Austria, and Leos Carax went to Poland for the release of Holy Motors,
Abbas Kiarostami traveled to Switzerland for the release of Like Someone in Love,

Sophie Lellouche traveled to Russia for the release of Paris-Manhattan,
Gérald Hustache-Mathieu traveled to South Korea for the release of Nobody Else But You,
Radu Mihaileanu traveled to Quebec for the release of The Source.

Love Lasts Three Years, The Players, and What's in a Name were granted subtitling aid for their releases in German-speaking Switzerland, And If We All Lived Together was granted subtitling aid for its release in Flanders, while The Intouchables received an exceptional grant for its release in Bangladesh.


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Latest update : 22 September 2012 à 14:23 CEST

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