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Closing Deals in the Marche

As the Marche du Film at the 63rd International Cannes Film Festival comes to a close, here are some of the final deals:

  • Protagonist Pictures continues to make deals for Garreth Edwards "Monsters" for distribution in different countries.
  • Cinecitta Luce bought the Italian rights to Romainian directer Andrei Ujica's "The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu" from Mandragora International.
  • Wide sold "Gigola" to K-Films Amerique for an early 2011 release in Canada and Japan's New Select picked up their "Nanner, Mozart's Sister."
  • Phase 4 Films bought the North American rights to Will Canon's "Brotherhood." 
  • France's Shellac and Switzerland's Look Now purchased the rights to Radu Muntean's Un Certain Regard Film "Tuesday, After Christmas" from Films Boutique. Films Boutique also sold their other Un Certain Regard Film "R U There" by David Verbeek to France's Jour2Fete
  • Pyramide International sold Silvio Soldini's "What More Do I Want?" to Alamode (Germany), Russian Report (CIS/Baltics), Jinjin (South Korea), New Cinema (Isreal), and Cine Colombia (Colombia). 

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