"Bi, Don't Be Afraid!" is blocked by its own cinematic intentions from finding an emotional core.
Cannes Film Festival
There's nothing sadder than a single woman in her 30s, or so says this reactionary sudser.
French mini-major MK2 has sold two more key territories on Abbas Kiarostami's "Certified Copy," closing the U.K. with Artificial Eye and Japan with Eurospace.
Kino International has acquired U.S. distribution rights to the South Korean Cannes winner "Poetry."
Japanese indie distrib Gaga has announced its pickups at Cannes.
Arthouse distrib Golem Distribucion has continued the buying spree it began at Berlin this year, nabbing Spanish rights to seven pics at Cannes.
Euro major StudioCanal has rolled out major sales across its Cannes lineup, led by Competition titles "The Princess of Montpensier" and "Outside the Law."
U.K. indie distrib Dogwoof picked up two Sundance winning docs, "Restrepo" and "Gasland," at Cannes.
Paris-based Albany Films bought French coming-of-ager "Sister Welsh's Nights" at Cannes.
Alta Films, Spain's top arthouse distributor-exhibitor, has taken rights to five Cannes buys: "Carlos," "Tamara Drewe," "Abel," "Le Quattro volte" and "Take This Waltz."
As the Cannes Film Festival began to wind down, celebs from around the globe congregated Thursday at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc for amfAR's 17th Annual Cinema Against AIDS event.
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