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France’s Indie Sales Nabs Emily VanCamp Drama ‘Boundaries’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Indie Sales has acquired Emily VanCamp starrer “Boundaries” (Pays), the sophomore outing of  Canadian helmer Chloe Robichaud, whose debut, “Sarah Prefers to Run,” unspooled at Cannes’ Un Certain Regard in 2013.

“Boundaries” follows three ambitious women who live in Besco, an imaginary isolated island facing an  economic crisis. As these woman wage a battle against the exploitation of their city’s natural resources by Canada, they come across personal challenges.

Macha Grenon (“The Barbarian Invasions”), Remy Girard (“Incendies”) and Nathalie Doummar star with VanCamp.

Nicolas Eschbach’s Indie Sales, which has Ali Abbasi’s “Shelley” playing in Berlin’s Panorama, is kicking off pre-sales on “Boundaries,” at the EFM. Les Films Seville will distribute in Canada.

Pic is being produced by Canada’s La Boite a Fanny, Item 7  and Morag Loves Company.

“Boundaries” will be delivered during the second half of 2016.

In Berlin, Indie Sales presented Ali Abbasi’s bold and atmospheric chiller “Shelley” in the panorama section and hosted the market premieres of “Fanny’s Journey,” “The Convoy” and “Dofus – Book I : Julith.”

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