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French politics in general and the ascent to power of current President Nicolas Sarkozy in particular are presented as a tragicomic circus act in "The Conquest."
French crix and auds went for Sony Pictures Classics' "Midnight in Paris," which kicked off the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday.
If opening nights set the tone for an entire fest, the omens are good for the 64th Cannes.
It's official: Woody Allen -- after making New York, London, Barcelona and Paris his muses -- will be shooting his next movie in Rome this summer, with Italy's Medusa on board as producer.
Spain's Imagina Intl. Sales has added significant pre-sales to Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris," inking rights with top-notch Euro distributors in Germany (Concorde) and Italy (Medusa).
Woody Allen's romantic comedy, "Midnight in Paris," will open the 64th Cannes Film Festival on May 11.
Woody Allen has gone public with details about his upcoming film, titled "Midnight in Paris" and shooting this summer in Paris.