Pyramide nabs rights to ‘Humpday’

Company will also distribute 'People' in France

Paris-based shingle Pyramide has picked up French distribution rights to Lynn Shelton’s comedy “Humpday,”  which screens at this year’s Directors’ Fortnight. Pic debuted at this year’s Sundance fest where it nabbed the Special Jury Prize.

Magnolia Pictures reps “Humpday” worldwide and will release the film in North America July 10.

Shingle has also nabbed French distribution rights to “Ordinary People,” a Serbian drama directed by Cinefondation alumni Vladimir Perisic. Pic’s international distrib rights were picked up by Wild Bunch.

Pyramide’s Cannes sales slate includes Gallic satirical comedy “Please, Please Me!,” helmed by Emmanuel Mouret (“Shall We Kiss?”) and “No Hard Feelings,” helmed by Yves Hanchar, a heartfelt in the vein “The Chorists.”

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