Wide sells titles to major territories

'Sabine,' 'Cold Blood,' 'Ballerina' picked up

Paris-based shingle Wide Management, which acquired Mathieu Kassovitz-co-produced doc “Children of Don Quixote,” has sold rights to its arthouse titles to major territories.

“Her Name is Sabine” was sold to Italy (Vivo Film) and Brazil (Estacao Brazil); “Cold Blood” sold to Japan (Only Hearts); “My Time Will Come” was picked up by U.S.’ Global Films; “Ballerina” by the U.K.’s Blue Bell; “Unfailing,” Wide’s inhouse production was sold to Benelux (Brunbro),  Turkey (D Production); and “I Dreamt Under the Water” was picked up by Germany (Profilm). Wide also sold “Lola Montes” to Portugal (Midas), Italy (Ripley’s Film) and Turkey (D Production).

Wide is closing deals with U.S. and Russia for Volker Schlondorff-helmed “Gigola,” starring Asia Argento.

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