Coda Producer Pathe finished a slew of sales at Cannes including star-studded French dramas Masquerade Directors enter every two weeks Paris memories Nickname: Penelope Cruz title L’Immensita.
Nicolas Bedos drama out of competition Masquerade (disaccharides), starring Pierre Nene, Isabel Adjani, François Cluzet, Emmanuel Devos, and Marina Fakt, acquired in Europe by Koch Media (Germany and Austria), Lucky Red (Italy), Rosebud 21 (Greece), Cinémondo (Portugal), M 2 Films (Poland), Paradiso Films (Benelux, with alternative films offering theater in Belgium), Bir Film (Turkey), Pathé Films AG (Switzerland), and Sun Diamond (Spain).
Sun Diamond also bought South and Central America, while it sold Canada to MK2, Taiwan to Creative Century, Australia/New Zealand to Madman, and concluded by Skeye who will serve the airlines.
The film follows Adrian, a dancer whose career is shattered by a motorcycle accident. Adrien squanders his youth in idleness until he meets Margot, who lives on tricks.
Drama Alice Winocourt in French Paris memories (Revoir Paris), which was featured in Fortnight by directors, stars Virginie Evira and Benoit Magimel as victims of a terrorist attack who must try to find a way back to happiness.
Pathé sold the film to Atlantic Film for Scandinavia, Bir Film of Turkey, Outsider Films for Portugal, Paradiso for Benelux, MCF for the former Yugoslavia, and Pathé Films AG for Switzerland.
Penelope Cruz headlines Emmanuel Criales L’Immensitá Which comes after the Borgetti family’s trials to move to a new neighborhood in Rome in the 1970s. Watch Cannes Film Acquired by Lucky Dogs for Scandinavia, Israel Forum Films, Turkey’s Bir Film, Tanweer Alliance SA from Greece, Best Film in Poland, MCF for the former Yugoslavia, and Pathé Films AG for Switzerland.
Madeline drives (Une Belle cycle), directed by Christian Carrion, has also proven popular, selling to European distributors A Contracorriente Films (Spain), Koch Media (Italy), Studiocanal (Germany), Paradiso Films (Netherlands), as well as California Films (Latin America) and Nachshon Films (Israel), Pathé Films AG (Switzerland), and Shochiku Films (Japan).
Danny Boone, Lynne Reno, and Alice Izas star in the story of 92-year-old Madeleine (Reno) who calls a taxi to take her to the nursing home where she will live and is escorted by a disappointed chauffeur. A tender heart (blessing). As the duo roams the streets of Paris, her extraordinary past is revealed.
There are ongoing discussions across the list, including for Limonov: Eddie’s SongKirill Serebnikov, starring Ben Whishaw as Russian radical Eduard Limonov.
As it was revealed earlier this week, French giant Pathé has also struck multiple deals on a two-part adventure film. The three musketeers. The treaties included Latin America, Scandinavia, Korea, and Eastern Europe. Constantine Film (Germany), Diapanetta (Spain), and Notorious Pictures (Italy) were previously on board.