‘This is My Crime’ is a star-studded new film from esteemed French director François Ozon and is being boarded by a number of major distributors in major markets.
Represented by Playtime, this crowd-pleasing comedy had its world premiere on the opening night of the Unifrance Rendezvous in Paris, and was met with protracted applause and laughter throughout the screening.
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Set in an idealized 1930s Paris with a lush lens, “This is My Crime” gathers a chaotic cast led by two up-and-coming actors Nadia Tereszkiewicz (“Forever Young”)., Rebecca Marder (“Simone”), Isabelle Huppert, Fabrice Luchini, André Dusollier, Danny Boone, Felix Lefebvre.
“This is My Crime” is available in Canada (Sphere Films), Spain (Caramel), Italy (BIM), Greece (Filmtrade), Germany (Welkino), Austria (Filmladen), Benelux (September Films) and Switzerland (Filmcoopi). has been obtained. , Bulgaria (Cinelibri), Hungary (Vertigo), Baltics, CIS (A-One), Ukraine (Arthouse Traffic), Romania (Independenta Film), Former Yugoslavia (MCF).
Playtime won these deals after presenting the script to a buyer at the American Film Market. We aim to sell at Unifrance Rendez-Vous. Regions still open include North America and Asia.
“Buyers who attended the premiere in Paris were enthusiastic about the film, citing it as two of his biggest critical hits and box office successes, François Ozon’s ‘Potische’ and ‘Eight Women’. I just noticed, Robert.
A love letter to film and theater, “This is My Crime” tells the story of Madeleine, a young, broke and beautiful actress who is accused of murdering a famous producer. With the help of her best friend Pauline, her unemployed lawyer, she is acquitted on the grounds of her self-defense and becomes a star as well as a feminist icon.
‘This is My Crime’ re-teams Ozone with longtime producers Eric and Nicholas Altmaier at Mandarin Cinema. The stellar key crew includes costume designer Pascaline Chavannes (“The 8 Women,” “The Officer and the Spy”), Academy Award-nominated production designer Jean Labasse (“Vatelle,” “Jackie”), Manu Dacose ( “Peter von Kant”). The film is Ozone’s sequel to ‘Peter von Kant’, who opened the Berlinale in 2022. The director’s previous accomplishments include a Cannes appearance for ‘Swimming Pool’, for which Charlotte Rampling won Best Actress at the European Film Awards, and a BAFTA-nomination for ‘Potische’.
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