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'Beauty And The Dogs' Acquired By Oscilloscope - Cannes

Oscilloscope has acquired U.S. rights to Beauty And The Dogs (Aala Kaf Ifrit), the film that’s playing in the Cannes Film Festival’s Un Certain Regard section. 116 more words

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Lavazza Weighs M&A Options in a Strengthening Coffee Market

Italy’s largest coffee group by sales, Lavazza now have the capacity to spend up to €2bn on acquisitions to further its global ambitions within a strong industry dominated by Nestlé and JAB of Switzerland. 473 more words


Lionsgate & Lakeshore Gunning On Pierre Morel Revenge Thriller 'Peppermint' - Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: Lionsgate will close a deal with Lakeshore to distribute worldwide Peppermint, the Chad St. John-scripted action film that will be directed by Pierre Morel, sources said. 124 more words

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Beijing Weying Buys Chinese Rights To 9 Cannes Contenders: 'Redoubtable', 'Loveless', 'Rodin' & 'Ismael's Ghost' In Mix

In an unprecedented alliance meant to stoke an appetite for prestige films in China, the online ticketing and marketing giant Beijing Weying Technology has acquired Chinese distribution rights to nine Wild Bunch films that are playing at the Cannes Film Festival, most in competition. 419 more words

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Well Go USA Acquires South Korean Pic 'The Villainess' - Cannes

Well Go USA has acquired domestic rights to Jung Byung-gil’s The Villainess, which is playing in the Cannes Film Festival’s Midnight section. Byung-gil wrote, produced and directed the action film which stars Kim Ok-bin, Shin Ha-kyun and Bang Sung-jun.  137 more words

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Sony Pictures Worldwide Takes Amma Asante's 'Where Hands Touch' - Cannes

Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has made a multi-territory deal for Amma Asante’s World War II drama Where Hands Touch starring Amandla Stenberg, George Mackay and Abbie Cornish. 132 more words

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STX Snatches International Rights To Ridley Scott's Getty Kidnap Thriller 'All The Money In The World' - Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: Ridley Scott’s next directing project, All The Money In The World, is headed to the international marketplace in what instantly becomes a hot ticket here at the Cannes Film Festival. 766 more words

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