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24 May 2012 // IN Market News

Visit Films Cannes 2012 Market Wrap


Thank you to all of our filmmakers and worldwide partners for helping make Cannes 2012 a huge success. Jeremy Kay from Screen Daily reports on some of the deals we closed...

VISIT FILMS CLOSES DEALS ON DINOTASIA, END OF LOVE
23 May, 2012 | By Jeremy Kay

Ryan Kampe's Visit Films has struck a slew of sales on key titles here, led by a deal with Ascot Elite for German-speaking Europe on dinosaur documentary Dinotasia.

Kampe also licensed rights to Cineplex for Taiwan, IPA for Thailand and Vietnam and Velavan for India.

Mark Webber's father-son drama The End Of Love has gone to Codex for Turkey, while Mads Matthiesen's Sundance award-winning sex tourism drama Teddy Bear has landed at Aurora for Poland and Encore for airlines.

Werner Herzog's Cave Of Forgotten Dreams has gone to Binci for China and Imagine for Dutch-speaking Benelux.

Hexagon will distribute Sundance 2012 entry California Solo starring Robert Carlyle in Japan, while Viasat will release in Scandinavia and Sundance Channel International will release in Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia and Dutch-speaking Benelux.

Viasat will also handle the Scandinavian release of the Berlin Crstal Bear winner Arcadia starring John Hawkes and SXSW 2012 romance See Girl Run with Robin Tunney and Adam Scott. The latter will open in Turkey through Codex and has gone to Pictureworks for airlines.

Screen Daily





14 May 2012 // IN Market News

Cannes 2012 Screening Schedule:


Thurs 5/17, Arcadia, 12.00, Riviera 1
Thurs 5/17, Dinotasia, 13:30, Rivera 2
Fri 5/18, The End of Love, 9:30, Lerins 1
Fri 5/18, Don't Stop Believin', 14:00 Palais I
Sat 5/19, Dollhouse, 13:30, Rivera 2
Sun 5/20, See Girl Run, 13:30, Lerins 1
Sun 5/20, Dinotasia, 16:00, Palais I
Mon 5/21, The End of Love, 11:30, Palais J
Mon 5/21, Don't Stop Believin', Riviera 2





11 May 2012 // IN Market News

Visit Films Adds Four New Market Titles to Cannes Line-Up


Visit Films is excited to announce the addition of four new titles to our Cannes line-up: DON'T STOP BELIEVIN': EVERYMAN'S JOURNEY, SEE GIRL RUN, DINOTASIA and THE END OF LOVE. Market screening schedule coming soon!

Visit Films to Launch Four New Market Titles in Cannes
11 May, 2012 | By Jeremy Kay

Ryan Kampe's slate features Ramona Diaz's Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey, Nate Meyer's See Girl Run, dinosaur documentary Dinotasia and previously announced The End Of Love from Mark Webber.

Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey premiered in Tribeca and chronicles the extraordinary story of how Filipino musician Arnel Pineda went from being a singer in an amateur cover-band to lead singer of the iconic American rock band Journey.

Dinotasia is Herzog's immersive animated documentary that recaptures the lost world of the Mesozoic Era and is narrated by Werner Herzog and directed by David Krentz and Erik Nelson.

Rom-com See Girl Run stars Robin Tunney as a married Brooklynite who returns to her small-town Maine roots to see if things could work out with her high school sweetheart. Adam Scott also stars. The film premiered at SXSW.

Webber's The End Of Love (pictured) premiered at Sundance and follows a young father who struggles to raise his infant son after the boy's mother dies.

Visit's sales roster includes Berlin Crystal Bear winner Arcadia featuring John Hawkes, Dollhouse from Kirsten Sheridan, Sundance prize winning Teddy Bear and Marshall Lewy's California Solo starring Robert Carlyle.

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