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The romantic drama, which played at Toronto, has been sold to Germany (Koch Media), Australia (Madman), Spain (A Contracorriente), Japan (Longride), Middle East (Front Row),Switzerland (Praesens) and Jaguar for airline rights.
Broad Green Pictures is producing and will distribute the film in the U.S., with a minimum P&A spend of $4 million, no later than September.
Kingsley plays driving instructor and Clarkson a Manhattan writer, both of whom are experiencing marriage troubles and whose lives change when they meet over driving lessons.
The film is screening Friday and Monday at the Afm.
- Leo Barraclough
There's already been two thrillers focusing on the arrival of doppelganger's in the lives of characters in both The Enemy starring Jake Gyllenhaal and The Double starring Jesse Eisenberg. Now one more will enter the mix late this summer, and it gives "Game of Thrones" star Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) a chance to show her acting chops outside the hit HBO series. Judging by the trailer for Another Me, this looks much more supernatural as the story follows a teenager named Fay who has her world thrown into chaos when she’s stalked by a mysterious doppelganger who wants nothing more than to take over her whole life. Watch it! Here's the first trailer for Isabel Coixet's Another Me, originally from Vulture: Another Me is written and directed by Isabel Coixet (My Life Without Me, The Secret Life of Word), based on Cathy MacPhail's novel of the same name. »
- Ethan Anderton
The titles are produced by film production company El Deseo, operated by Almodovar and brother Agustin Almodovar.
“We have a long lasting relationship with El Deseo which we value tremendously and we are delighted to strengthen it with these new amazing productions “ said TF1 International CEO Daniel Prejlocaj.
El Deseo is supervising a restoration of Almodovar films including “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown,” “Kika,” “Talk to Her” and “Volver,”along with production of exclusive material for home video editions. »
- Dave McNary
Mumbai– Spanish director Isabel Coixtet’s English-language psycho-thriller “Another Me” will get its market debut next week at Hong Kong’s FilMart.
The film is produced by Fox International Productions, Rainy Day Films, and Tornasol Films and had its festival premiere in competition at November’s Rome festival.
Based on the book “Panda Eyes” by Catherine MacPhail, the film is a the story of a teenage girl, played by “Game of Thrones” star Sophie Turner, whose once seemingly perfect life slowly begins to unravel when she suspects that she’s being stalked by a mysterious double.
Fox will release the film in Spain, Germany, the Us and other select markets this summer.
- Patrick Frater
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