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4 items from 2011

Key Players in the 2011 Cannes Market: Wild Bunch

31 May 2011 1:50 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

We complete our look at the key players in the Cannes market with the sales agent that has the most number of highly anticipated film projects. Wild Bunch came to the fest with popular items such as Polisse, The Artist and The Kid With a Bike, and it looks like they might outfit Venice and Tiff with some premium titles with Wong Kar-wai's The Grandmasters being one of the most sought after titles this coming August/September. Here's their lengthy list of auteur film projects.  Bye Bye Blondie by Virginie Despentes - Post-Production In Turmoil (Dans La Tourmente) by Christophe Ruggia - Post-Production That Summer (Un Ete Brulant) by Philippe Garrel - Post-Production Bollywood - Completed Declaration Of War by Valerie Donzelli - Completed Hideaways by Agnes Merlet - Completed Leila by Audrey Estrougo - Completed Michel Petrucciani/ Body And Soul by Michael Radford - Completed Polisse by Maïwenn »

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Updated Cannes 2011 Predictions List

13 April 2011 2:00 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

We're about 36 hours away from Cannes Film Festival's big unveiling of the 2011 line-up and while the Main Comp should bare very little surprises (see the math below), the one title whose status is still a mystery and could break into the 20 or so titles is Carlos Reygadas' Post Tenebras Lux. Literally translated as "Light After Darkness", Reygadas' semi-autobiographical feature was filmed in cities where the helmer has spent portions of his life: Mexico, England, Spain and Belgium. What this amount to be is the type of film that no pre-festival synopsis will do it justice. If included, I can't wait for that 8:00 in the morning press screening. Earlier this week, Variety threw in Naomi Kawase's name into the mix. Titled Hanezu no Tsuki, her film is set in the Asuka period which was known for its significant artistic, social, and political transformations - we're talking only 500 years A. »

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Film in Pictures: Virginie Despentes' Bye Bye Blondie

4 February 2011 1:30 PM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Unlike Cannes 2010, this year's expected Main Competition will be so rich and textured that a film such as Virginie Despentes' Bye Bye Blondie might actually be shown elsewhere on the Croisette. Here are a pair of pics which depict different eras in one relationship -- the teenage years will see actress Soko take on a young Béatrice Dalle. I look forward in seeing what kind of soundtrack will accompany the film, especially the punk years. Adapted by the director from her eponymous novel, Gloria (Béatrice Dalle) is 40. With no job, no family, no fixed address, she spends her time boozing in her local bar in Nancy. Frances (Emmanuelle Béart) is 40. A prime time TV presenter living in Paris, she’s married to successful novelist, Claude. Behind closed doors, Frances sleeps with women, and Claude with men. In public, they are the perfect couple. Back in the 80s, Gloria and »

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Top 100 Most Anticipated Films of 2011: Virginie Despentes' Bye Bye Blondie

10 January 2011 9:00 AM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

#96. Bye Bye Blondie Director/Writer: Virginie DespentesProducers: Sébastien de Fonseca and Cédric WalterDistributor: Rights Available. The Gist: Adapted by the director from her eponymous novel, Gloria (Dalle) lives in Nancy. Unemployed, without a family, and with no permanent address, she wastes her days at a local watering hole. Frances (Béart) lives in Paris - she is a popular figure in television and is married to a novelist. While in the public eye they form the ideal couple, in their private lives, she prefers women and her husband is into boys. ....(more) Cast: Emmanuelle Béart, Béatrice Dalle and Pascal Greggory List Worthy Reasons...: It's been a decade since Rape Me, the road-trip fueled with sex and violence which stirred up controversy on at least one side of the Atlantic (it was pulled after one week in the U.S), but the reason why we're curious about this specimen hasn't got »

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