Jerry Lewis Returns To Cannes For ‘Max Rose’

Cannes Film Festival Max Rose Review

IFT repping international rights, ICM handles domestic

Jerry Lewis will return to Cannes for a screening of Daniel Noah’s drama “Max Rose,” starring Lewis, Claire Bloom, Kevin Pollak, Kerry Bishe and Mort Sahl.

International Film Trust is launching international sales in Cannes. ICM Partners is repping the domestic sale.

“Max Rose” is a Lightstream Pictures production, with Lawrence Inglee and Garrett Kelleher producing. Lewis stars as a recently widowed jazz pianist who has discovered that his marriage may have been a lie and  embarks on an exploration of his own past.

Additionally, Lewis’ 1961 comedy “The Ladies Man” will be screened in the Cannes Classics program.

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  1. Clay Smith says:

    Jerry Lewis one of the great unappreciated dramatic actors and a treasure to American comedy.
    Great to see him back at his trade.

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