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Taipei-based production and sales company Double Edge Entertainment brings two new titles to the Asian Film Market.
Director Sunny Yu’s “The Kids” is a teenage drama about a high school boy struggling to make life after figuring out that his girlfriend became pregnant. Recently picked up by the upcoming Tokyo International Film Festival and the Hawaii International Film Festival, “The Kids” features the supporting cast from “Partners in Crime,” Double Edge’s previous production title.
The other debut title is “Cha Cha for Twins” director Jim Wang’s “We Are Family.” “Family” is a youth comedy about three aimless college students who feel the weight of adulthood with a baby’s arrival. Screened at the Kaohsiung Film Festival and the San Diego Asian Film Festival, the Asian Film Market is its sales debut.
As producer, the company still has one production in development. Rising helmer Chang Jung-chi’s “Private Eyes, »
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Exclusive: Magnolia Pictures International has licensed key territories on the Sundance pick-up, which screens in the market tonight (May 17).
As previously announced Magnolia will handle the Us release on the Duplass Brothers Productions and Through Films comedy.
Head of worldwide sales Christina Rogers and director of international sales Scott Veltri brokered the deals.
Tangerine follows a prostitute who gets out after a short stint in prison and tears through Los Angeles after she learns of her pimp boyfriend’s infidelity. »
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2 items from 2015
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