Studiocanal will distribute directly “Radioactive” and “The Tracking of a Russian Spy” via its own powerful distribution operations in the U. On “Radioactive,” Studiocanal clinched a key sale for China with Huayi Brothers.Japan’s Kino took all four new Cannes titles, as did Svensk on three for Scandinavia, via its output deal with Studiocanal.“Beyond Europe, which is our strategic core territory and quite dynamic this year, Asia – especially China, Japan and South East Asia – really stood out at this year’s Cannes market,” said Anna Marsh, Studiocanal exec VP, international distribution.Deals with Gussi for all Latin America on three of Studiocanal’s big four new titles at Cannes “show that Studiocanal’s films not only speak to European audiences but resonate beyond Europe,” Marsh added.About half (49%) had been on no more than one date in the previous three months.
“The Tracking of a Russian Spy” has “a young and fresh cast,” said Anne Cherel, Studiocanal head of intl. Accompanied by Rona and Heineman, Nourizadeh will attend Cannes to explain his vision for the movie, penned by Chris Salmanpour, including “his ambitions to reinvent the genre, as he did on ‘American Ultra’ and ‘Project X,’” Cherel added.
PARIS — Signaling at least part of its Cannes line-up, Vivendi-owned Studiocanal, Europe’s biggest film group, will introduce “The Tracking of a Russian Spy,” from Nima Nourizadeh (“Project X”), at this year’s Cannes Film Market. What was not so certain was when Studiocanal would initiate its sales campaign.
production relationship with The Picture Company’s Andrew Rona and Alex Heineman, production on the title is already announced.
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