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Cannes: Vivendi’s Studiocanal Unveils Stassen’s ‘Bigfoot,’ Klapisch’s ‘Burgundy’
29 April 2016 9:38 AM, PDT
| Variety - Film News
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Paris – Euro film-tv group Studiocanal, Europe’s biggest film production force, will introduce to buyers at Cannes both a new Ben Stassen movie, “The Son of Bigfoot,” and “Back to Burgundy,” from French dramedy maître Cedric Klapisch (“The Spanish Apartment” trilogy, “Paris”).
Sold robustly by Studiocanal at Berlin, Nicole Garcia’s Marion Cotillard-starrer “From the Land of the Moon,” produced by Alain Attal, plays in competition at Cannes.
As so many companies struggle to put together high-profile movies and threaten to come to Cannes with projects that lack stars or U.S. distribution or pre-sales financing, Studiocanal’s early slate is one of the first Cannes line-ups unveiled by a top-echelon sales company. Fully-financing its productions, “we know that when we come to a market with a film that it’s set and ready to go,” said Anna Marsh, head of international film sales.
The production-distribution-sales company’s Cannes
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