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Hot projects new to Screenbase include Nicolas Winding Refn feature The Neon Demon, Pope Francis biopic Francisco, Brady Corbet’s directorial debut The Childhood Of A Leader and a new adaptation by Wim Wenders.Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon
Principal photography will begin in Los Angeles on March 30. Gaumont and Wild Bunch are co-selling the title.
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Cinema Guild has acquired all rights to Jem Cohen’s documentary Counting ahead of its world premiere in Berlin on Monday (February 9).
The film (pictured) comprises 15 chapters shot around the world. Cinema Guild negotiated the deal with Jem Cohen.
Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North American rights from Le Pacte to Jean-Jacques Zilbermann’s French drama To Life (À La Vie) and has set a September theatrical release. Julie Depardieu, Suzanne Clément and Johanna ter Steege star in the story of three women who reunite 15 years after surviving Auschwitz. The film premiered in Locarno.City Drive Films has acquired Us rights to documentary The Mind Of Mark Defriest, about abuse suffered by the escape artist in the prison system. The film will open theatrically on March 6 and air on Showtime on March 19. »
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Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North American distribution rights to Jean-Jaqcues Zilbermann's "To Life." Inspired by Zilbermann's own mother's friendships formed in the camps, "To Life" tells the story of three young Jewish women who survived the Holocaust together and have since gone their separate ways. An ad in a Yiddish newspaper reunites them for the first time 15 years later, and the film follows them through several warm (and cathartic) summer days in Berck Plage. "To Life" stars Julie Depardieu, Suzanne Clément and Johanna ter Steege. Of the acquisition, Breaking Glass CEO Rich Wolff said in a statement, "After screening 'To Life' this had to be our first acquisition at Berlin and we will ensure the film will be well represented in North America. With one third of the world in conflict we need to remember the past to preserve the future." Breaking Glass co-president Richard Ross added, "Audiences will be deeply. »
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3 items from 2015
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