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Sales buzz from the booths.

Reported sales from the market.

Cinema Service (from Hong Kong) is reported to have sold The legend of the Evil Lake in 4 territories: Germany, Russia, Indonesia Thailand.

Lions Gate bought world rights excluding Canada and France for the Jean Beaudin epic romance “New France” starring Depardieu and Tm roth

UGC sold Tais Toi – « Ruby + Quentin » mismatch pal hit story from Francis Weber to Asian territories: Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea

Verdecchi Film sold twisted for Japan and Thailand

Myriad Pictures sold The Rver King for Canada UK and Spain, Trauma to Rai

Medusa bought Roman Polanski’s Oliver Twist from Summit

HBO sold Life and death of Peter Sellers to Japan (Toshiba) Portugal, Greece and Israel.

Tube Entertainment sold Tube for Italy Spain and France

Warner Bros bought Oliver Stone’s Alexander the great for UK, Australia, New Zealand, and North America.

Toshiba bought Old Boy from Cineclick

Toho Towa bought Japan rights for Brian de palma Black Dalhia (starring Josh Hartnett)

Arclight Films sold Michael radford’s The merchant of Venice starring Al Pacino
To MGM (UK) Artport (Japan), Manga (Spain)

Norway Nonstop sales sold Buddy to Portugal and Goldfish Money for Spain

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