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NonStop Entertainment nab films

Company picks up bundle from Cannes

“My Brother Is An Only Child” by Daniele Luchetti, and Barbet Schroder’s controversial docu “Terror’s Advocate” were among the titles that NonStop Entertainment picked up in Cannes.

The Stockholm-based distrib also picked up Cecilia Minucchis “Expired,” John August’s “The Nine,” Nick Love’s thriller “Outlaw,” the new “Highlander: The Source” with Adrian Paul replacing Christopher Lambert, Eva Mendes starrer “Live!.” Johnnie To’s action movie “Eye in the Sky,” Marc Caro’s new sci-fi pic “Dante 01” and animated “Go West: A Lucky Luke Adventure.”

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