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'Alien' doc bursts out at TIFF for Indie Sales (exclusive)

SCREEN DAILY September 9, 2018 | Jeremy Kay 

Alexandre O. Philippe, Exhibit A Pictures collaborated on Sundance 2017 doc ’78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene’



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Indie Sales acquires biopic 'Adventures Of A Mathematician' (exclusive)

SCREEN DAILY September 7, 2018 | Melanie Goodfellow 


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Indie Sales à la puissance 10

CINEUROPA August 30, 2018 |  Fabien Lemercier

Avec deux films à l’affiche à Venise, cinq à Toronto et trois à San Sebastian, la société de ventes françaises est en pleine effervescence

La ronde des festivals de cette fin d’été s’annonce particulièrement active pour la société française de ventes internationales Indie Sales. L'équipe de Nicolas Eschbach (qui est épaulé par Clémentine Hugot) compte en effet huit longs métrages de son line-up en vitrine du triptyque Venise-Toronto-San Sebastian pour un total de 10 sélections (deux titres faisant un doublé) incluant cinq premières mondiales et une première internationale. 

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Indie Sales Acquires San Sebastian-Bound ‘Meteorites’ (EXCLUSIVE)

VARIETY August 29, 2018 | Elsa Keslassy

Paris-based company Indie Sales has acquired Romain Laguna’s feature debut “Meteorites” ahead of its world premiere at San Sebastian in the New Directors lineup.

Romain Laguna, who studied at La Femis and previously directed several short films, made “Meteorites” with non-professional actors.

Shot in the South of France near Laguna’s hometown Beziers, “Meteorites” stars French newcomer Zéa Duprez as Nina, a 16-year-old girl with big dreams who spends the summer between her village and the theme park where she works. Just before meeting Morad, a teenage from an Algerian family living in the nearby projects, Nina sees a meteorite falling in the sky that seems only visible to her as an omen.

“We are delighted to team-up with one of France’s most interesting young directors on this singular and surprising first film. Zéa Duprez is going to catch more than one viewer, she’s radiant,” said Martin Gondre, Indie Sales’s festivals and marketing manager. The exec added that the film was in a naturalistic way while weaving fantasy elements.


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Two titles added to San Sebastian Film Festival 2018 New Directors line-up

SCREENDAILY August 23, 2018 | Orlando Parfitt

Update: French Production Meteorites directed by Romain Laguna and China’s Breeze by Kun Yang have been added to the line-up.

Meteorites focusses on a 16 year-old girl who is spending the summer in a town in the South of France and works in a theme park. Breeze revolves around a man’s homecoming journey from Yunnan to the town of his birth.

Original story: The 2018 San Sebastian Film Festival (Sept 21-29) has revealed 13 of the first and second films by European, Asian and Latin American filmmakers set to compete for the Kutxabank-New Directors Award.


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