The Guardian has just released on behalf of Lionsgate Films (UK) the new international trailer for ‘Little White Lies’ (‘Les Petits Mouchoirs’). The international trailer includes English subtitles so it will be predominantly shown in English-speaking areas, such as United Kingdom and Australia.
The film will have its Australian premiere in March via the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival and later distributed by Hopscotch Films, while Lionsgate will release the film in United Kingdom on April 15.
Marion’s grandmother Léontine Cotillard passed away on February 7 aged 102.
We offer our condolences to her family and friends.
Source: Le Telegramme
‘Midnight in Paris’, the film which will open the Cannes Film Festival on May 11, has been sold to more territories.
Spanish sales outfit Imagina announced Tuesday that the territories include: Paradiso (Benelux), Concorde (Germany), Medusa (Italy), Lusomundo (Portugal), Scanbox (Scandinavia), Frenetic (Switzerland), Central Partnership (Russia), Prorom (Romania) and Kinoswiat (Poland).
Sun Distribution will release the film throughout Latin America, Shapira will market the film in Israel, Golden Scene will take it to Hong Kong and Catchplay will once again cover Taiwan.
As previously reported, Sony Picture Classics will be handling the distribution in US, while Mars Films will be releasing the film in France on the same day as premieres at the Cannes Film Festival.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
‘Les Petits Mouchoirs‘ was among the winners at the 18th Trophées du Film français, which were held in Paris on Thursday night.
The film won the Trophée du Film français (Le Film français) which recognises the highest-grossing French film of the year.
It was also runner-up in the categories Trophée des Trophées, highest grossing film in France, beaten by ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1‘ and Trophée du prix du public TF1 (Audience Award), beaten by ‘L’arnacœur‘ (‘Heartbreaker’).
‘Inception‘ came in third in the category Trophée des Trophées.
Marion Cotillard’s upcoming movie, the Woody Allen-directed ‘Midnight in Paris‘ will open the Cannes Film Festival on May 11 in the Lumière theatre, in the presence of the Jury presided by Robert De Niro.
“Midnight in Paris is a wonderful love letter to Paris”, declared Festival director Thierry Frémaux. “It’s a film in which Woody Allen takes a deeper look at the issues raised in his last films: our relationship with history, art, pleasure and life. His 41st feature reveals once again his inspiration.”
Mars Films is distributing the movie in France and the great news is that they’re releasing it in 400 cinemas across France the very same day. The festival together with Canal+ and the national federation of French theaters plan to make the Opening Ceremony available as live feed to any theatre in France requesting it.
In the US the distribution will be handled by Sony Pictures Classic as reported earlier this month – but they have not yet set a release date. This is what they have to say about the movie:
“Midnight in Paris is Woody Allen at his most magical,” said SPC’s Michael Barker and Tom Bernard in a joint statement. “We couldn’t be more pleased to be back with Woody, Letty and their entire team, as well as our friends at Mediapro.”
Visit IFC.com to see the first official still from ‘Midnight in Paris‘ (it’s of Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams).