ARP wraps itself in ‘Silk’

Cannes Brief

CANNES — “Guisi” (Silk), the Taiwanese sci-fi thriller that gets an Official Selection midnight screening on Wednesday, has secured a key French license deal with ARP Releasing.

Handled by its production company, Taipei-based CMC, “Silk” was previously sold to distribs in Germany and Singapore/Malaysia.

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