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Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

All Is Well Por Aqui Tudo Bem
2011-Blue Ray-94-Portuguese-Color-Portugal, Angola

Director: Maria Esperança Pascoal Producer: Luis Correia Cast: Ciomara Morais, Cheila Lima Screenplay: Maria Esperança Pascoal, Marc Pernet Cinematographer: Octavio Espirito Santo Editor: Pascale Chavance Sound Designer: Paul Cerveira Music Composer: Lulendu Mvulo, Mr. Pernet, Eric Lonni Costume Designer: Rute Correia Production Company: LX Movies Festival / Awards: Best Narrative Feature : Los Angeles Film Festival TAP Award for Best Portuguese Fiction Feature Film : IndieLisboa

In the late summer of 1980, Alda and her sister Maria, at the age of 16 and 17, arrive in Lisbon to escape the civil war in Angola. Left to themselves, they must learn to survive in a foreign city. Alda and Maria, from scratch will build a new life and become women. When problems nearly become unbearable dreadful news fall upon them. Paradoxically, it's those terrifying news that gives them the strength to decide their own fates.

Director’s Biography:
Maria Esperança Pascoal was born in Angola in 1963. She studied at the Conservatoire Libre du Cinéma Français. In 2002 she mixed with the group of artists of the Cité Internationale des Arts and took part in several exhibitions of contemporary art. In 2003, she directed the documentary Il y a toujours quelqu'un qui t'aime, which was awarded a prize by the Société Civile des Auteurs Multimedia and was selected for several festivals. Por aqui tudo bem is her first feature film.

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

All Matthews Women Wszystkie kobiety Mateusza
2012--104-Polish-Color-Poland

Director: Artur Wiecek Producer: Witold Beres, Agnieszka Fryz-Wiecek Cast: Teresa Budzisz-Krzyzanowska, Krzysztof Globisz, Agata Kulesza, Piotr Pilitowski, Zina Kerste, Dominik Dworak, Mia Gotowala. Screenplay: Artur Wiecek, Marek Fiedor Cinematographer: Adam Sikora Editor: Marek Klimaszewski : Music Composer: Leszek Mozdzer Costume Designer: Jolanta Lagowska Production Designer: Anna Niemira Production Company: Beres i Baron Media Production World Sale Address: Kino Swiat

'''Matthew Klos, a carpenter-artist, a carouser loving life, wine, women and song, dies trivially, as though by accident, choking with a fishbone. But even after his death he does not intend to abandon love conquests and he visits women in their sleep in the town. Unnoticed and neglected by their bored-with-life husbands the women, thanks to Matthew, find the desire to live. They want to be beautiful and loved, again they are feeling their worth, and from their husbands they demand tenderness, adoration and sex. Men are terrified. Meanwhile, Matthews widow, Caroline, tidying things after the deceased husband, spots various proofs of his infidelity. Again, in a painful way, she realizes that during her whole life she was being lied to by her husband. She decides to break with her past life. She throws away and burns up everything which reminds her of sinful life of Matthew. She wants to shape her life from the start. Fulfill her dreams. Will Matthews and Carolines love outlast death?

Director’s Biography:
Artur Wiecek, ps. Baron (Born 10th May 1967 in Limanowa) is a Polish film director and screenwriter. Wiecek worked several years with a journalist. Witold Beres and co-founded the production company Beres and Baron Media Production. Wiecek is a director and producer Beres writes screenplay. Together they have prepared most of the projects. The company has implemented programs for TV. Wiecek and Bares also made a few films. Debuted in 2002 ‘Angel Heat’ was accepted in Krakow. Three year later came ‘The Love Angel’ with Christopher Globisz as Giordano. Wiecek won the prize for his directorial debut ‘The Angel In Krakow’ at the Polish Film Festival.

Director’s Filmography:
Bartoszewski. Road (2011) Marek Edelman : Life Just (2008) Tischener - Life Stories (2008) Angel In Love (2005) Goralenvolk (2004) Angel In Cracow (2002)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Almanya Almanya
2011-35mm-101-German,Turkish-Color, Black & White-Germany

Director: Yasemin Samdereli Producer: Annie Brunner, Dr. Andreas Richter, Ursula Woerner Cast: Vedat Erincin, Fahri Yardim, Aylin Tezel, Lilay Huser, Demet Gül, Denis Moschitto, Aykut Kayacik, Petra Schmidt-Schaller, Siir Eloglu, Ercan Karacayli Screenplay: Yasemin Samdereli, Nesrin Samdereli Cinematographer:The Chau Ngo Editor:Andrea Mertens Sound Designer: Guido Zettier Music Composer: Gerd Baumann Costume Designer: Steffi Bruhn Production Designer: Alexander Manasse Production Company: Roxy Film GmbH, Munich World Sales Address: Beta Film GmbH, Grünwalder Weg 28d D-82041 Oberhaching.

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45 years ago, Huseyin came to Germany from Turkey as a Gastarbeiter. Now, as a full German citizen, he's taking seven of his family members back to his home village and a life that his grandchildren can barely imagine. Meanwhile, Huseyin's grandson, Cenk, tries to do exactly that: imagine the absurd hurdles that his grandfather had to clear on the way to his new home, like an immigration official who insists on the importance of pork consumption. Its opening and closing credits may roll to archival footage of Germany's guest worker program, but Almanya is more feel-good comedy than social commentary. Still, in the 45 years and thousands of kilometres between Hamburg and Anatalya, Huseyin's family finds plenty of life to experience.

World Sales Email: dirk@eos-entertainment.com Festival / Awards: German Film Award : Best Screenplay, Outstanding Feature Film (2011) German Film Critics Association Awards : Best Feature Film Debut, Best Screenplay (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Yasemin Samdereli was born in Dortmund, Germany, she studied at the College of Film and Television in Munich from 1993-2000. From 1994-98 she was a freelancer for Bavaria Film and worked as an assistant director on a number of international productions, including a Jackie Chan vehicle. In 2002 she made a television comedy entitled "Alles getürkt!" She was co-writer of the TV series "Türkisch für Anfänger", and appeared in front of the camera in Delicious (2004).

Director’s Filmography:
I'm the Boss Now! (TV movie) (2007 Sextasy (short) (2004) Alles getürkt! (TV movie) (2002) Kismet (short) (2000) Kreuz & quer (1996)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Almost Perfect Almost Perfect
2011-Blue Ray-106-English-Color-USA

Director: Bertha Bay-Sa Pan Producer: Derrick Tseng, Riva Marker, Bertha Bay-Sa Pan Cast: Kelly Hu, Ivan Shaw, Tina Chen, Christina Chang, Roger Rees, Edison Chen Screenplay: Bertha Bay-Sa Pan Cinematographer: Sam Chase Editor: Sheri Bylander Sound Designer: Steve Borne Music Composer: Jeff Martin Costume Designer: Jenny Gering Production Designer: Wing Lee Production Company: Slew Pictures World Sale Address: ELEVEN ARTS 2007 Sawtelle Blvd. suite 7 Los Angeles, CA 90025 USA

When you need a ride from the airport, you call Vanessa (Kelly Hu). When your boyfriend leaves, you call Vanessa. When you need someone to take over the family business, you call Vanessa and she'll never, ever say no. At 34, she's still her large and boisterous family's go-to girl, with a threadbare excuse of a life of her own. Suddenly, she runs into an old friend (Ivan Shaw), the almost perfect guy who just might be perfect for her. But, as those sparks fly, her family starts to go up in flames. Her high-maintenance fashion designer sister (Christina Chang) is on the brink of self-destruction; her surf bum brother (Edison Chen) has gone AWOL; and her over-analyzing, over-intellectual mother (Tina Chen) has barred her father (Roger Rees) from their home, sending him into his own mid-life crisis. They all need Vanessa, all the time, to fix all of their problems. Trapped in the eye of the storm, Vanessa has to find her way back to love. In the process, she discovers that the only person she really has to save, is herself!

World Sale E-Mail: Contact@elevenarts.net Festival / Awards: Hawaii International Film Festival American Immigrant Filmmaker on Profile Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival - HBO Emerging Filmmaker Award San Diego Asian Film Festival - Opening Night Film Friars Club Comedy Film Festival

Director’s Biography:
Born in New Jersey and raised in Taiwan, Pan received an MFA degree in Directing from the Columbia University Graduate Film School in 1997 while working as an International Sales Executive in film distribution. Pan's feature film debut "Face," co-written by Academy Award nominee Oren Moverman, starring Bai Ling, Treach, Kristy Wu, Kieu Chinh, Ken Leung, Will Yun Lee, and Emmy Award and Golden Globe Nominee Tina Chen, premiered at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival in the Dramatic Competition. "Face" was invited to over twenty film festivals worldwide, receiving the AUDIENCE AWARD at GenArt Film Festival, the CRITICS AWARD for Best Director at CineVegas Film Festival, the GRAND JURY AWARD for Best Director at Urbanworld Film Festival, the PREMIO SPECIALE PRIZE at the International Women's Film Festival in Italy, and Pan was nominated for the prestigious Open Palm at the GOTHAM AWARDS. "Face" was released theatrically in 2005, receiving positive reviews from The New York Times (a NY TIMES CRITIC'S PICK), Entertainment Weekly, The Hollywood Reporter, The Chicago Tribune, and the BBC. "Almost Perfect" is Pan's second directorial feature.

Director’s Filmography:
Face (2002) Sluggers (short) (2001)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

An Angel Without Wings

Director: Rako Prijanto Producer: Chand Parwez Servia Cast: Adipati Dolken, Maudy Ayunda, Surya Saputra, Ikang Fawzi, K.Kinaryosih, Agus Kuncoro, Geccha Qheagaveta, Reza Pahlevi Screenplay: Anggoro Saronto, Titien Wattimena Cinematographer: M Firdaus Editor: Cesa David Luckmansyah, Syarif Hidayat Sound Designer: Khikmawan Santosa Music Composer: Tya Subiakto Satrio Costume Designer: Puti Agustia Production Designer: Kumpul Art Production Company: Kharisma Starvision Plus World Sale Address: Chand Parwez, Starvision, Jl. Cempaka Putih Raya No. 116 A-B Jakarta 10510 - Indonesia World Sale E-Mail: starvisionplus@indo.net.id, starvisionplus@yahoo.com Festival / Awards: Festival Film Bandung : Best Supporting Actor (2012)

Malaikat Tanpa Sayap
2012-Digi Beta-100-Indonesian-Color-Indonesia

Vino has been living alone, since his father, Amir, went bankrupt. His father's mistakes have caused the loss of their home and family unity. One day, Vino's 5 year old Wina, has an accident and suffers a major injury. She immediately needs blood transfusion as well as a crucial operation. Vino, who has the same blood type with his sister volunteer to help her out, only to find out that the expenses for her medical care are enormous. Soon he is approached by a man who persuades him to become a heart donor so that he can have his sister's operation costs, taken care of. Suddenly Mura, a young and beautiful woman rushes into his life and Vino finds true love while having second thoughts about his heart donation. An agreement is an agreement however and when someone breaches it, they have to face the consequences.

Director’s Biography:
Rako Prijanto (born 4 may 1973) is the director of Indonesia. He began his career with an assistant director Rudy Soedjarwo and Riri Riza.

Director’s Filmography:
Perempuan2 Liar (2011) Pengantin sunat (2010) Roman picisan (2010) The Bra Thief (2009)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Androman, Blood And Coal Androman ..de sang et de charboni
2012-Digi Beta-96-Arabic-Color-Morocco

Director: Azlarbe Alaoui Lamharzi Producer: Amina Elbakouri Cast: Mohamed Khouyi, Jalila Tlemssi, Amin Naji, Mohamed Majd, Lina Hanafi Screenplay: Azlarbe Alaoui Cinematographer: Fadel Chouika Editor: Ghizlan Assif Sound Designer: Mohammed Oussama Music Composer: Mohammed Oussama Costume Designer: Assia Alaoui Production Designer: Zyad Bouhdioui Production Company: SaïssMedit Production World Sale Address: Azlarbe Alaoui, N8 Immb2 Rue Bayt Lahm Av Med 5 Rabat, Morroco. World Sale E-Mail: alaoui88@hotmail.com

Under the gloomy sky of Akechmir, a remote province at the foot of the Atlas,lives a modest family of colliers. Ouchen, the father, about forty, arrogant and boor exercising the profession of collier that he inherited wants to bequeath this inheritance to his son but, unfortunately, the destiny deprives him of a boy that would be capable to perpetuate the tradition; so he decides to change Androman his eldest girl into the boy Androman.Androman, who lives the mutations of her teenage body and the feminine attitudes that betray the false masculine appearance, will be reluctant to the will of her father.Haunted by the desire to become again woman, she will fall in love with the smart Mohand and realizing that Ouchen will fiercely oppose their closeness, they will decide to escape the village together. Meanwhile, policemen are going to take Mohand and other youngsters of the village to the military service.

Festival / Awards: The Mediterranean Film Festival of Alexandria : Price Best Actress (2012) Special Jury Of The Jury International Film Festival Of Woman. (Morocco 2012) Prize Of Public Film Festival Arabic Fameck France (2012) Festival Official Selection Cinealma France (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Azlarabe Alaoui is a director, a writer, a researcher and a critic. Doctorin visual film discourse, he is a loreate of the school of film and television Canada and author of the book: "The critical approach in the Moroccan film speech " 1905 - 2000 " and several documentaries for national and international channels.

Director’s Filmography:
The blind and the gypsy (2011) House of glass (2011) The postman (2010) The gunpowder of Satan Telefilm (2009) Izorane (2008) Seeds of cedar (2007)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Annelie Annelie
2012-Blue Ray-111-German-Color-Switzerland,Germany

Director: Antej Farac Producer: Johann Betz, Zoé Schaub Cast: Georg Friedrich, Günther Reupert-Hasselmeier, Franz Rudolf, Kim Harbusch, Irène Fritschi, Renate Muhri, Gabi Tichy Screenplay: Antej Farac Cinematographer: Chris Valentien Editor: Antej Farac Sound Designer: Tito Lee Music Composer: Tito Lee Costume Designer: Florian Noll Production Designer: Bettina Morell Production Company: El Patrol Art, Advertising GmbH Festival / Awards: Competition Section Busan International Film Festival (2012) Vancouver International Film Festival (2012) Internationale Hofer Filmtage : Bild-Kunst Award (2012)

Annelie is an old boarding house. When paying customers stopped coming, it was leased by the City as temporary accommodation for homeless people and welfare cases. All seen as beyond hope, jobless for years,Annelie is their home.Another resident runs a struggling kiosk, and his other half keeps them both in the black by selling her body. Max finds hope for a new beginning when he starts up an affair with the beautiful owner of a swingers club, but an incident with a dead body turns everything upside down. In 2012, the City decides to close Annelie down and demolish the whole building, swingers club and all. While Maxs drug addiction drags him ever lower, the other members of the unlikely Annelie family drunks, junkies, small-time crooks, poachers must pull together one last time. With the determination of people who have nothing left to lose, they kidnap a famous rock band. The story builds to a occult climax in which bitter reality reveals itself to be a fleeting dream.

Director’s Biography:
Antej Farac, born in 1972 in Mostar is a German national living in Switzerland.He attended the Film Academy in Sarajevo as well as the Graphic & Design Department of the Art College. In 1994, he moved to the University of Television and Film in Munich, where he completed his studies in film direction. During his studies, he produced several film projects, working as director and editor for various music and commercials and produced more than 200 trailers for film and TV productions. He has worked for companies such as Kirch Media, Taurus Film, MTV, Bavaria Film, Premiere and Premiere World, DF1, Pro7, Kinowelt, Weltvertrieb, Koch Media, the Discovery Channel, and others.

Director’s Filmography:
Death of Techno (2006-2008) Mixuga (2008) Biel-Bienne (2004)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Approved For Adoption Couleur de peau : Miel
2012-DCP-75-French-Color-Belgium,France

Director: Jung, Laurent Boileau Producer: Thomas Schmitt, Patrick Quinet Cast: Maxym Anciauxl, Cathy Boquetl, Mahé Colletl, Christelle Cornil Screenplay: Jung Boileau Cinematographer: Remon Fromont Editor: Ewin Ryckaert Sound Designer: Siegfried Canto Music Composer: Little Comet, Siegfried Canto Production Designer: Jean-Jacques Lonni Production Company: Artémis Productions, Mosaic Films World Sale Address: Wide Management, International Sales And Production, 9, rue Bleue, Door Code 4580 B 75009 - Paris / France

Jung Cartoonist 42 years old according to his civil status, Jung prefers to place his birth at the age of 5, when a policeman found him wandering alone in the streets of Seoul. He is one of those 200 000 adopted Koreans spread around the world. Jung decided to return for the first time in South Korea, in order to breathe the air of his home country, tread the land of his ancestors, and maybe find traces of his biological mother. This trip of reconciliation with his roots and with himself leads our character to recall in animation the child he once was and the winding path that made him grow up.

World Sale E-Mail: cj@widemanagement.com Festival / Awards: Annecy International Film Festival of Animation Film :Audience award (2012) Unicef award : Best film (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Jung was born on December 2nd, 1965 in Seoul, in South Korea. Adopted by a Belgian family in 1971, he adopts the name of Jung Henin. After his studies at the academy of the Art schools of Brussels, in Illustration section, he began to illustrate some short articles in Spirou and Tintin. His first volumes were published in 1991 and then in 2006 he published Skin color: honey, an autobiographical account in black and white for the editions Soleil Laurent Boileau, 43 years, worked for 10 years as chief operator and then as chief editor on many documentaries. His passion for comics and more generally on the graphic arts led him to make several films about the 9th art. On the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, he developed an animated series for RTBF and curiosphere. Alongside his work as a director, he has chronicled the outputs of BD on the news site actuabd.com and animated comics site of France Televisions.

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Asakusa Daydreams Asakusa-dou Suimutan
2010-Blue Ray-105-Japanese-Color-Japan

Director: Kinshirou Ogino Producer: Kazuhiko Tanaka Cast: Ai Tamura, Ryo Horikawa, Shiho Takano, Maho Tomita Screenplay: Kinshirou Ogino Cinematographer: Tomosuke Imao Editor: Kinshirou Ogino Sound Designer: Boro Music Composer: Boro Costume Designer: Nao Sebata Production Designer: Bettina Morell Production Company: FilmFrontier World Sale Address: Eleven Arts, 2007 Sawtelle Blvd., Ste7 Los Angeles, CA 90025.

Honoka turns 24 on May 5, 2010. 24 is also the age at which Honoka's mother Yoko died. She is troubled at the prospect of living longer than her mother did. Honoka dislikes her father, Kotaro, who was nowhere to be found when her mother died. However, Honoka knows that her father is hiding three secrets from her. How will Honoka deal with her upcoming birthday once she learns the truth? How will love save her in the end?

World Sale E-Mail: office@elevenarts.net Festival / Awards: Singapore International Film Festival (2011) Los Angeles Japan Film Festival (2011) Monaco International Film Festival (2010)

Director’s Biography:
Born in 1970, Kinshirou Ogino started his entertainment career as a director of educational films and commercials, before eventually moving on to directing feature films. He is also known for writing Manga (Japanese comics). He prefers to challenge himself through experimental film and promotes employment of handicapped people in his movies.

Director’s Filmography:
The Ikeshima Ballade (2012) Miss Fukushima (Short film) (2011) Honoka the Calligrapher (2007) My Bone (2001)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Asmaa Asmaa
2011-DVD-96-Arabic-Color-Egypt

Director: Amr Salama Producer: Mohamed Hefzy Cast: Hend Sabry, Maged el-Kedwany, Hany Adel, Ahmad Kamal, Sayed Ragab, Botros Ghali, Fatma Adel Screenplay: Amr Salama Cinematographer: Ahmed Gabr Editor: Amr Salah El Din, Aly Mourad Sound Designer: Ahmed Adnan Production Designer: Hend Haider Production Company: New Century, Film-Clinic, Dollar Film

The film tells the history of a woman with HIV who struggles to live under the burden of keeping her HIV status secret, and then the dilemma she faces when offered the opportunity to appear on a television talk show. It is based on a true story of a woman who died from a burst gallbladder after doctors refused to operate on her because she had AIDS.The film is not about AIDS, but rather the battle against social prejudice in Egypt and about "love, courage, overcoming fear, and fighting for personal rights".

Director’s Biography:
Amr Salama (born on 22 November 1982, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia). Amr Salama has directed two feature films, (On A Day Like Today) in 2008 and (Asmaa; Inspired by True Events) in 2011, and co-directed the long documentary (Tahrir 2011: The Good, The Bad & The Politician) directing the third segment, The Politician.

Director’s Filmography:
Tahrir: The Good, the Bad, and the Politician (Documentary) (2011) On A Day Like Today (2008) The Advertisement (short) (2006) Al Shahada (short) (2004)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Beast Beast
2011-35mm-83-Danish-Color-Denmark

Director: Christoffer Boe Producer: Tine Grew Pfeiffer Cast: Nicolas Bro, Marijana Jankovic, Nikolaj Lie Kaas Screenplay: Christoffer Boe Cinematographer: Sophia Olsson Editor: My Thordal Sound Designer: Morten Green Music Composer: Sylvain Chauveau Costume Designer: Lone Bidstrup Production Designer: Mette Lindberg Production Company: AlphaVille Pictures, Copenhagen World Sale Address: AlphaVille Pictures, Copenhagen ApS, Badstuestræde 17, 1, DK-1209 København K World Sale E-Mail: office@alphavillepictures.com

The emotions a married couple can undergo in one day can range from frustration to passionate love. This is true for Danish newly weds Bruno and Maxine who have just moved into a stylish apartment in Copenhagen. A while later it is clear that Bruno's love for Maxine is stronger than hers is for him. In fact, his love for Maxine is more like an obsession. He yearns to literary crawl under her skin. After some rough sex games, and as bodily fluids begin to mix, something starts to transform Bruno and his primitive instincts take over. This beast-like transformation intensifies rapidly after he discovers Maxine is having an affair.

Festival / Awards: Robert Festival (2012) Warsaw International Film Festival (2011)

Director’s Biography:
Christoffer Boe (born 1974) is a Danish film director and screenwriter. He is an established and well-known not only in Denmark, but all through the world. Among his international awards there are FIPRESCI Director of the Year at San Sebastián International Film Festival and Golden Camera at Cannes Film Festival in 2003. He is also co-founder and director of the film production company AlphaVille Pictures, Copenhagen.

Director’s Filmography:
Everything will be Fine (2010) Offscreen (2006) Allegro (2005) Reconstruction (2003)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Bear It Xiong Xiong Ai Shang Ni
2011-DVD-103-Mandarin-Color-Taiwan

Director: Cheng Fen-Fen Producer: Chen Hsi-Sheng Cast: Kuo Pin-Chao, Ko Chia-Yen, Yu Jo-Ching, Ting Chiang, Ma Chih-Chin, Tou Chung Hua, Yao Kun-Chun, Chen His-Sheng Screenplay: Cheng Fen-Fen Cinematographer: Li Yi-Hsu Editor: Chen Po-Wen, Wong Ju-Hong Music Composer: Chris Hou Production Company: Great Vision Film & TV Production World Sale Address: James Liu Joint Entertainment International Inc 421-6F, Guang Fu South Road, Taipei, Taiwan 11074 World Sale E-Mail: james@j-ent.com.tw Festival / Awards: Taipei Film Festival (Competition) Osaka Asian Film Festival (Competition) Asian Film Festival : Best Original Film

Peter is a very peculiar tour guide, his speciality is to take on a journey his customer’s stuffed animals, taking care of them in every aspect, even taking careful pictures of the most beautiful moments of the holiday. But one day he is involved in a car accident and the three teddy bears he was looking after disappear mysteriously. Peter has then to contact his customers trying to fill the void created by this disappearance. Morever he also has to solve an urgent financial problem: he doesn’t have any insurance and he has to cover the hospital costs.

Director’s Biography:
Director, Cheng Fen-Fen with a commercial background is know for her lyrical prose stylized scripts; after several excellent productions in Public Television Service Network's Life Style Program, Cheng decided to move onto the big screens. Cheng's first feature film "Keeping Watch" in 2007 was invited to several international film festivals, and also selected for Taiwan New Force Category in the China Golden Rooster & Hundred Flowers Film Festival; the film also won the "Best Script" in the Singapore Asian Festival of First Films.

Director’s Filmography:
Hear Me (2011) Long Vacation (TV Movie) (2008) Finding Her ( TV Movie) (2008) Keeping Watch (2007)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Beast Paradise Le paradis des bêtes
2012-Blue Ray-104-French-Color--France

Director: Estelle Larrivaz Producer: Mathieu Bompoint Cast: Stefano Cassetti, Géraldine Pailhas, Muriel Robin Screenplay: Estelle Larrivaz, Guillaume Daporta Cinematographer: Gordon Spooner Editor: Lydia Decobert Sound Designer: Yohann Angelvy Music Composer: Greg Corsaro Costume Designer: Sophie Lifshitz Production Designer: Adrien Giraux Production Company: Mezzanine Films World Sale Address: Wide Management, International Sales and Production, 9,rue Bleue, 75009, Door Code 4580B Paris/France

Beast Paradise is a realistic tale, the story of a family adventure where love and forgiveness finally overcome suffering and violence. At the end of the day, there is the hope that those who have reached rock bottom can bounce back. Dominique is a domineering and possessive father who runs a pet store, Pet Paradise, with his sister. When his already abusive relationship with his wife Cathy spins out of control, he flees with their children Clarisse and Ferdinand. Ensconced in a luxurious ski-resort on the other side of the border, he creates a fantasy world to win back his kids, who nonetheless love him unconditionally.

World Sale E-Mail: infos@widemanagement.com Festival / Awards: Audience award for the best French film : Festival Premiers Plans (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Estelle Larrivaz begins in the Cinema as an actress. She plays in about twenty films among which Bar des Rails by Cedric Khan, Chacun cherche son chat by Cedric Klapisch, Beau Fixe by Chrisitan Vincent, Irma vep by Olivier Assayass. In 2001, she directed her first short, Notre Père, followed by Ciudad Juarez (wed documentary, in collaboration with journalists from "Courrier International") that won further international awards. Beast Paradise is her first film.

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Beauty Nosilatiaj.La Belleza
2012-Blue Ray-83-Spanish-Color-Argentina

Director: Daniela Seggiaro Producer: Álvaro Urtizberea Cast: Rosmeri Segundo, Ximena Banús, Víctor Hugo Carrizo, Camila Romagnolo Screenplay: Daniela Seggiaro Cinematographer: Willi Behnisch Editor: Martín Mainoli, Ana Poliak, Daniela Seggiaro Sound Designer: Catriel Vildosola Music Composer: Fernando Subelza Costume Designer: Julia Rebottaro Production Designer: Julia Gargiulli Production Company: Vista Sur Films World Sale Address: prinzessinnenstr. 16 10969 Berlin Germany

Yola's thick, black hair that cascades down to her hips is her most precious trait. The young girl of Wichi origin is working as a housekeeper in a Catholic family with many children. Their stressed-out mother is obliged to throw an extravagant Quinceañera, a party that the entire village will never forget, for her daughter Antonella. The garden, the food, the dress and the girl's hair - everything needs to be perfect. When for that occasion, Yola has her hair unjustly cut, the overcharged mother unknowingly destroys the girl's ties with the family.

World Sale E-Mail: berlinoffice@m-appeal.com, aw@m-appeal.com Festival / Awards: Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival : Best Latin American Film (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Daniela Seggiaro was born in Salta, Argentina, in 1979, she studied at the University of Buenos Aires and subsequently worked as a sound and image designer on documentaries and animation films. Nosilatiaj. La belleza is her first feature film as a director.

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Being Venice Being Venice
2012-Digi Beta-89-English-Color-Australia

Director: Miro Bilbrough Producer: Karen Radzyner, Michael Wrenn Cast: Alice McConnell, Garry McDonald, Simon Stone, Katie Wall, Henry Nixon, James Mackay Screenplay: Miro Bilbrough Cinematographer: Bonnie Elliott Editor: Adrian Rostirolla Sound Designer: Andrew Lancaster, David McCormack Music Composer: Andrew Lancaster, David McCormack Costume Designer: Terri Kibbler Production Designer: Alexander Holmes Production Company: Wide Management, International Sales and Production, 9,rue Bleue, 75009, Door Code 4580B Paris/France World Sale Address: World Sale E-Mail: ch@widemanagement.com

Venice (40) is having trouble with the men in her life. She breaks up with her lover and starts a brief & idyllic affair with her best friend. To her chagrin, her ex-hippy dad (Arthur), camped on her sofa for a week, ignores it all, like a stranger in her life. The pain of childhood rejection resurfaces for Venice. Why did he send her away when she was just seven years old? It's one of the great mysteries; what it's like inside another's head. Until she asks the right person the right question, she is condemned to ask it of all who cross her path. On the morning of Arthur's departure Venice can't hold back any longer. Her unwelcome frankness shatters Arthur; and his story dismantles them both.

Festival / Awards: Sydney International Film Festival (2012) Mannheim-Heidelberg International Film Festival (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Miro Bilbrough is a filmmaker, script editor, film teacher and poet. Miro's film debut as writer-director was with the award-winning short URN. URN enjoyed a theatrical release and a strong festival life internationally. Bartleby followed, winning the Silver Medal for Fiction at Bilbao International Short Film & Documentary Festival. Miro has written for animation with Bad Baby Amy, which was nominated for a BAFTA in 2002; and for docu-drama with David Caesar's Carcrash and The Fifth Continent, both of which were short-listed for the NSW Premier's Literary Awards.

Director’s Filmography:
Floodhouse (2004) Bartleby (2000) URN (1996)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Big Love Big Love
2012-Digi Beta-100-Polish-Color-Poland

Director: Barbara Bialowas Producer: Krzysztof Rak, Piotr Wozniak Starak Cast: Aleksandra Hamkalo, Antoni Pawlicki, Malgorzata Pieczynska, Robert Gonera, Magdalena Wójcik Screenplay: Barbara Bialowas Cinematographer: Bartosz Piotrowski Editor: Maciej Pawlinski Music Composer: Mariusz Szypura Costume Designer: Katarzyna Lewinska, Marta Ostrowicz Production Designer: Marcelina Poczatek-Kunikowska Production Company: Watchout Productions

Emily is 16 years old when she meets Maciek - a handsome alpha male seven years her senior. Maciek is an unfulfilled musician and an employee of a pharmaceutical company. There is an outbreak of violent passion between them. Maciek introduces her not only to the world of erotic initiation, but also true emotions and feelings. An older man continuously impresses Emilia who was brought up without a father. However, idyllic love slowly turns into a toxic relationship destroying both sides. Emilias acceptance to college is a turning point in the relationship. It is then when she starts becoming independent, notices other fascinating worlds and other men. Maciek and Emily begin to act destructively to each other. They cannot be together nor live without each other.

Director’s Biography:
She comes from Opole. She graduated from the University of Silesia Cultural Studies (specializing in film) and directed by film and television at the Department of Radio and Television. Krzysztof Kieslowski. Her film "Landryneczka" was screened at many festivals in Poland. She received her nomination for the Polish Independent Film Awards OFFskar in 2006 and "The Golden Horseshoe" (Audience Award) in the within the international festival of student etudes in Cieszyn Film School (2006).

Director’s Filmography:
My new route (2009) Wild beach (2006) Moscow Wife (2005)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Body of Water Syvälle salattu
2012-Blue Ray-100-Finnish-Color-Finland

Director: Joona Tena Producer: Mikko Tenhunen Cast: Krista Kosonen, Peter Franzén, Kai Lehtinen, Kari Hietalahti, Risto Aaltonen Screenplay: Pekka Lehtosaari, Joona Tena, Mikko Tenhunen Cinematographer: Kjell Lagerroos Editor: Benjamin Mercer Sound Designer: Juha Hakanen Music Composer: Panu Aaltio Costume Designer: Anne-Maria Ylitapio Production Designer: Päivi Kettunen Production Company: Matila Röhr Productions, Nelonen World Sale Address: Non Stop Sales, Östhammarsgatan 68, Stockholm Postal address: Box 271 34, 102 52 Stockholm, Sweden

Julia, a busy big city lawyer, travels to a remote lakeside town to help the town's people resist a planned hydro plant reservoir. There she becomes the target of disturbing attacks by a supernatural spirit. To fight the spirit she must uncover a dark secret in her own family history.

Festival / Awards: Jussi Awards : Best Actress (Nominated) (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Joona Tena was born on 10 February 1965. His most well-known are cueing best time and FC Venus. Tena began his career in 1990 by directing short films.

Director’s Filmography:
Roba (TV series) (2012) Hiphop Hamlet (TV series) (2011) Parasta aikaa (TV series) (2009-2010) Protectors (TV series) (2008) FC Venus (2005)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Bodyguards And Assassins Shi yue wei cheng
2009-DVD-139-Mandarin, English, Cantonese-Color-Hong Kong, China

Director: Teddy Chan Tak-Sum Producer: Peter Chan Ho-Sun, Huang Jianxin, Jojo Hui Yuet-Chun Cast: Donnie Yen, Nicholas Tse, Leon Lai, Tony Leung Ka Fai , Jacky Cheung, Simon Yam Screenplay: Chun Tin-Nam, James Yuen Sai-Sang, Guo Jinli, Wu Bing Cinematographer: Arthur Wong Editor: Derek Hui, Hoi Wong Music Composer: Kwong Wing Chan, Peter Kam Costume Designer: Dora Ng Production Designer: Kenneth Mak Production Company: Beijing Poly-bona Film Publishing Company World Sale Address: We Distribution Limited

In 1905, revolutionist Sun Yat-Sen visits Hong Kong to discuss plans with Tongmenghui members to overthrow the Qing dynasty. But when they find out that assassins have been sent to kill him, they assemble a group of protectors to prevent any attacks.

World Sale E-Mail: sales@wedistribution.com Festival / Awards: Asian Film Awards (2010) Deauville Asian Film Festival (2010) Hong Kong Film Awards (2010) Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards (2010)

Director’s Biography:
Teddy Chan (also know as Teddy Chen Tak Sum) is a Hong Kong film director, producer, writer and actor.

Director’s Filmography:
Wait 'til You're Older (2005) Look To The Bright Side (2003) The Accidental Spy (2001)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Business as Usual Business as Usual
2012-Blue Ray-84-Ukrainian-Color-Ukraine

Director: Valentyn Vasyanovych Producer: Iya Myslytska Cast: Taras Denysenko, Vitaliy Linetskiy, Lesia Samayeva, Semen Furman Screenplay: Valentyn Vasyanovych, Iya Myslytska Cinematographer: Iurii Dunai Editor: Valentyn Vasyanovych, Max Vasyanovych Sound Designer: Andriy Rogachov Music Composer: Olexandra Morozova Costume Designer: Gala Otenko Production Designer: Vladlen Odudenko Production Company: LLC Garmata Film World Sale Address: Provulok Chekhovsky, 11., of. 19 Kyiv, 01074, Ukraine World Sale E-Mail: vasyanovych@ukr.net

Twenty years ago Tolik began writing poetry. Approximately at the same time he entered the Medical Institute. Twenty years ago he looked into future with hope. Today the future appeared and the hope disappeared. He has been working as a psychotherapist in a little municipal clinic for about 10 years. He is tired of his patients and is irritated by his bosses. Forty years old is a perfect age to change one's life.

Festival / Awards: Odessa International Film Festival : Special Jury Award (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Valentyn Vasyanovych was born in 1971. Graduated from National Karpenko-Kary University of Theater, Film and Television in 1995 as director of photography and in 2000 as documentary director. In 2006-2007 Valentyn studied at Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing in Poland.

Director’s Filmography:
Lullaby for the flute and the drum (Documentary) (2008) Line (Documentary) (2006) Against the Sun (2004) Old People (2001)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Captive Captive
2012-DCP-120-Tagalog, English-Color-France, Philippines, Germany, UK

Director: Brillante Mendoza Producer: Didier Costet, Brillante Ma. Mendoza Cast: Isabelle Huppert, Katherine Mulville, Marc Zanetta, Maria Isabel Lopez, Rustica Carpio, Ronnie Lazaro, Angel Aquino, Sid Lucero, Raymond Bagatsing, Timothy Mabalot, Mercedes Cabral Screenplay: Brillante Mendoza, Patrick Bancarel, Boots Agbayani Pastor, Arlyn de la Cruz Cinematographer: Boots Agbayani, Pastor, Yves Deschamps, Gilles Fargout, Kats Serraon Editor: Yves Deschamps,Kats Serraon Sound Designer: Laurent Chassaigne,Albert Michael Idioma,Addiss Tabong Music Composer: Teresa Barrozo Costume Designer: Deans Habal Production Designer: Simon Legré, Benjamin Padero Production Company: Swift Productions

There is Bourgoine is a French volunteer humanitarian-socialworker for an NGO on the island of Palawan, Philippines. While transporting supplies to the NGO,there is her fellow volunteerand a group of tourists are kidnapped by an extremist group of Muslim "Abu Sayyaf Group". The group finds refuge in Mindanao and the chase by the Filipino army begins.

World Sale Address: Films Distribution 34 rue du louvre 75001 Paris - France. World Sale E-Mail: festival@filmsdistribution.com Festival / Awards: Berlin International Film Festival : Golden Berlin Bear (2012)( Nomination )

Director’s Biography:
Brillante Mendoza (born July 30, 1960) is a Filipino film director.He was born and raised in San Fernando, Pampanga. He took Advertising Arts of the then College of Architecture and Fine Arts at the University of Santo Tomas. He has directed sixteen films since 2005. He won the award for Best Director for his film ‘Kinatay’ at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival. His 2009 film ‘Lola’ won the award for Best Film at the 6th Dubai International Film Festival. His 2012 film ‘Captive’ was shown in competition at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in February 2012.

Director’s Filmography:
60 Seconds of Solitude in Year Zero (short) (2011) Quattro Hongkong 2 (segment "Purple") (2011) Purple (short) (2011) Ayos ka (short) (2010) Grandmother (2009)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Clip Klip
2012-DCP-102-Serbian-Color-Serbia

Director: Maja Milos Producer: Jelena Mitrovic, Srdan Golubovi Cast: Isidora Simijonovic, Katarina Pešic, Sonja Janicic, Monja Savic, Jovana Stojiljkovic Screenplay: Maja Miloš Cinematographer: Vladimir Simic Editor: Stevan Filipovic Sound Designer: Ognjen Popic, Zoran Maksimovic Music Composer: Ognjen Popic, Zoran Maksimovic Costume Designer: Senka Kljakic, Marijana Radovic, Monika Ratkovic Production Designer: Zorana Petrov Production Company: FILM HOUSE BAS CELIK World Sale Address: Wide Management, International Sales and Production, 9,rue Bleue, 75009, Door Code 4580B Paris/France

Jasna is a beautiful girl in her mid-teens, leading a crude life of the post war generation in Serbia. With a terminally ill father and dispirited mother, she is disillusioned and angry with everyone and everything, including herself. Having a huge crush on a boy from school, she goes on a spree of sex, drugs and partying, constantly filming with her mobile phone. Still, in that very harsh environment love and tenderness emerge.

World Sale E-Mail: ch@widemanagement.com Festival / Awards: International Film Festival Rotterdam (2012) Transilvania International Film Festival : Best Director (2012) Brussels Film Festival : White Iris Award

Director’s Biography:
Maja Miloš was born in Belgrade, on May 16 1983. She graduated from the Department of Film and Television Directing of the Faculty of Drama Arts in Belgrade in 2008. During her studies she directed 11 short films and documentaries. Her short films 'Interval' and 'Si tu t'imagines' were shown at festivals in Serbia, Macedonia, Germany, Holland, Finland. In 2006 she attended the Documentary film school at the Film Faculty in Paris - La Femis, where she attended lectures and made a short documentary. 'Clip' is her first feature film.

Director’s Filmography:
Interval (short film) Si tu t'imagines (short film)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Chrysalis De Tu Ventana a La Mia
2011-Blue Ray-98-Spanish-Color-Spain

Director: Paula Ortiz Producer: David Matamoros Screenplay: Paula Ortiz Cinematographer: Miguel Ángel Amoedo Editor: Irene Blecua and Javier García Arredondo Sound Designer: Carlos Bonmatí Music Composer: Avshalom Caspi Costume Designer: Guillén Doz , Arantxa Ezquerro Production Designer: Jesús Bosqued Production Company: Amapola Films, Oria Films S.L., Televisión Española (TVE), Zentropa World Sale Address: Vertice Sales, C/Alcalá 518, 28027 Madrid, Spain. Festival / Awards: Goya Awards (2012) Shanghai International Film Festival (2012) Spanish Actors Union (2012) Toulouse Cinespaña (2012) Valladolid International Film Festival (2011)

Violeta, Ines and Luisa are women of different ages, whose days pass in apparent calmness on the other side of the window. Wheatfields, mountains, and the streets of an old city provide settings in which Chrysalis recreates these women's lives, as seen through the light and the beauty of memories. The film gives us the magical past when it was still possible for a young girl to dream in the woods; it gives us, the distant gaze of a mother in the arid desert and the autumnal memory of a mature woman in a closed house. It tells the tale of women who seem to live in silence, but who have memories that keep secrets, passions, and dreams alive. Like a ball of wool that rolls from one life to another, the film follows these women until the day when they suffer the unexpected blow of loss, absence and pain. Violet, shut up among flowers by her uncle, decides to enter the tunnel and look for Manuel. Inés, a peasant in the desert wasteland, fights for her dignity and her jailed husband, Paco; Luisa faces death to find the true passion of her life. And along the way, the three of them find vitality and some happiness.

Director’s Biography:
Chrysalis is the first feature film by Paula Ortiz, after three shorts that were selected in numerous festivals. She graduated in Literature and earned a Masters in Scriptwriting in Barcelona and later studied filmmaking and scriptwriting in New York and Los Angeles.

Director’s Filmography:
Tristan Boj's Hollow (Short) (2008) Fotos de familia (Short) (2005) El rostro de Ido (Short) (2003)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Delisa Hafalan Shalat Delisa
2011-Digi Beta-102-Indonesian-Color-Indonesia

Director: Soni Gaokasak Producer: Chand Parvez Servia Cast: Nirina Zubir, Reza Rahadian, Chantiq Schagerl, Al Fathir Muchtar, Mike Lewis, Loide Christina Teixeira Screenplay: Aramantono Cinematographer: Bambang Supriadi Editor: Cesa David Luckmansyah, Ryan Purwoko Sound Designer: Khikmawan Santosa Music Composer: Tya Subiakto Satrio Costume Designer: Hanz Perez Production Designer: Chand Parwez Servia Production Company: StarVision World Sale Address: Jalan Cempaka Putih Raya No 116 AN Jakarta 10510 Indonesia World Sale E-Mail: starvisionplus@indo.net.id

December 26th, 2004, Delisa is working hard to memorize the words for the Islamic prayer for the prayer practice examination. Her mother, Ummi, promised Delisa a necklace when she passes the exam, just as her sisters received when they completed theirs. But Delisa never finish her prayer, the Tsunami devastated Aceh suddenly strikes, engulfing their little village, school, Delisa's little body and hundreds of thousands of other residents of Aceh and various coasts in Southeast Asia. What will happen to Delisa and all the people close to her deal with the terrible tragedy of the 2006 Tsunami?

Festival / Awards: Festival Film Bandung : Child Special Awards (2012) 7th Cyprus International Film Festival (2012) International Festival of Children and Youth Cinema (2012), Madrid, Spain 3rd Peloponnesian International Film Festival, Athena (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Soni Gaokasak graduated from Institute of Art Jakarta, Indonesia, Majoring in Cinematography. He started his career training with Gillian Arnold (Australia), Sound Director training with Glen Dillo, (Australia), Director of Photography training with Simon Akkerman, (Australia), Mechanism Production training with David Watts, (Australia).

Director’s Filmography:
About Love (2007)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Das Capital-City of Slaves
Das Capital-Ghulmon Ki Rajdhani
2012-Digi Beta-100-Hindi-Color-India

Director: Rajen Kothari, Dayal Nihalani Producer: Muktinath Upadhyaya Cast: Yashpal Sharma,Pratibha Sharma, KK Raina, Ravi Jhankal, Jameel Khan Screenplay: Shaiwal Cinematographer: Chandan Goswami Editor: Prashant Naik Sound Designer: Gunjan Shrivastav, Bhaskar Roy Music Composer: Amod Bhat Costume Designer: Salim Arif

The story belongs to that region of this universe where slaves reside. Drought and floods are the only by-products. Ministers survive on riches they harvest from the relief funds. Administration celebrates in the times of Natural Calamities and get high on the dance and songs by the Eunuchs. Corrupt official gets absolved of charges by purporting his wife as prostitute. Satraps kill the young and the innocent in cold blood. His goons kidnap a nurse while tending a critically ill patient and perpetrate rape in public hospital.What does our protagonist Purshottam Ram, under siege from the politicians and Government Officers do for Survival is Das Capital. What recourse will younger generations opt for is symbolized in Bhuletanas outburst.The big question is what will the world survive on? Violence? Or do we have some other choice?

Director’s Biography:
'Rajen Kothari : A graduate of Film & Television Institute Of INDIA, has been a practicing cinematographer for over last 35years. Has worked under the baton of the likes of Rahul Rawail, Rajkumar Santoshi, Prakash Jha, Gulzar and Shyam Benegal over these years. Also is an active academician for last six years with Whistling Woods International Mumbai. This is his third outing as Director, the other two being Purush and Panga Na Lo. Dayal Nihalani : Has been an active Film Maker ever since his 1987 outing in Andha Yuddh. Starting his career as the First Assistant Director with Mr. Shyam Benegal on Benegals second film he had a very successful run in that capacity till he branched out on his own. He has to his credit a good amount of Film and some excellent work for television. This the first time he has collaborated with another director to do a film.

Director’s Filmography:
Rajen Kothari : Panga Naa Lo (2005) Purush (1994) Dayal Nihalani : The Final Justice (1997) Ek Tha Raja (1996)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Dormant Beauty Bella addormentata
2012-DCP-115-Italian, French-Color-Italy, France

Director: Marco Bellocchio Producer: Marco Chimenz, Giovanni Stabilini, Riccardo Tozzi Cast: Toni Servillo, Alba Rohrwacher, Maya Sansa, Pier Giorgio Bellocchio, Isabelle Huppert, Michele Riondino, Roberto Herlitzka Screenplay: Marco Bellocchio, Veronica Raimo, Stefano Rulli Cinematographer: Daniele Ciprì Editor: Francesca Calvelli Sound Designer: Gaetano Carito Music Composer: Carlo Crivelli Costume Designer: Sergio Ballo Production Designer: Marco Dentici Production Company: Cattleya, Babe Film

A drama set in different locations during the last six days of life of Eluana Englaro, a young woman who lived 17 years in a vegetative state. The film is a mosaic of several interrelated characters questioning about the meaning of life and hope.

World Sale Address: Celluloid Dreams, 2 rue Turgot, 75009 Paris, France. World Sale E-Mail: info@celluloid-dreams.com Festival / Awards: Toronto International Film Festival : Special Presentation (2012) Venice International Film Festival : In Competition (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Marco Bellocchio was born in Piacenza, Italy. In 1959, he abandoned his studies in philosphy at the Catholic University in Milan and enrolled at The National Film School in Rome. He made his debut feature with Fist in his Pocket (I Pugni in Tasca) 1965, which is considered one of the best first works in the history of the Italian cinema. His next film, China is Near (La Cina e vicina) 1967, marked a turn towards comedy, and depicted the clash between bourgeois hypocrisy and the vain ambition of the fake revolutionaries.

Director’s Filmography:
Sorelle Mai (2010) Vincere (2009) The Wedding Director (2006) Good Morning, Night (2003) My Mother's Smile (2002)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Easy! Scialla!
2011-DVD-95-Italian-Color-Italy

Director: Francesco Bruni Producer: Beppe Caschetto Cast: Fabrizio Bentivoglio, Filippo Scicchitano, Barbora Bobulova, Vinicio Marchioni, Giuseppe Guarino, Prince Manujibeya, Arianna Scommegna, Giacomo Ceccarelli, Raffaella Lebboroni Screenplay: Francesco Bruni Cinematographer: Arnaldo Catinari Editor: Marco Spoletini Music Composer: Amir Issaa Costume Designer: Cristina La Parola Production Designer: Roberto De Angelis Production Company: IBC Movie, Rai Cinema, Pupkin Production, supported by MiBAC World Sale Address: Rai Trade Department

Bruno Beltrame has let it all hang out, for quite a while. All that's left of his old talent as a writer is just enough to ghost write "other people's books", biographies of football players or television personalities. His passion for teaching has given way to an apathetic routine of tutoring equally apathetic students, including fifteen-year old Luca, who is as ignorant as the others, but vivacious and irreverent. One day the boy's mother turns up, like a ghost from the past, revealing a secret that turns Bruno's life upside down: Luca is his son, a son he knew nothing about. And that is not all: the woman is about to leave for a six-month job as a volunteer in Africa, and the boy cannot and certainly does not want to follow her down there. The woman asks Bruno to take the boy in, and take care of him, but without revealing his true identity to him.

Festival / Awards: David di Donatello Awards to Francesco Bruni : Best New Director (2012) Festival du Cinema Italien de Villerupt : Prize Of The Public (2012) Rencontres de Cinema Italien de Toulouse : Prize Of The Critics (2011) Biennale di Venezia : Controcampo Prize (2011)

Director’s Biography:
Francesco Bruni (Rome, September 30, 1961) is an Italian writer and director. He grew up in Livorno. He began his career in 1991, with the co screenplay of the film Condominio. From 1994 he wrote the screenplays for the films of director Paolo Virzi and from 1995 - 2003 for those of film director Mimmo Calopresti. He teaches screenwriting at the Experimental Center of Cinematography in Rome. In 2011 he debuted as a director with Scialla! presented at the 2011 Venice Film Festival where it won the Prix Controcampo for narrative films.

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Everybody in Our Family Toata lumea din familia noastra
2012-Digi Beta-107-Romanian-Color-Romania

Director: Radu Jude Producer: Ada Solomon Cast: ?erban Pavlu, Sofia Nicolaescu, Mihaela Sîrbu, Gabriel Spahiu, Tamara Buciuceanu-Botez Screenplay: Radu Jude, Corina Sabau Cinematographer: Andrei Butica Editor: Catalin Cristutiu Sound Designer: Dana Bunescu Costume Designer: Augustina Stanciu Production Designer: Elsje de Bruijn Production Company: HI Film Productions World Sale Address: Films Boutique, Köpenicker Strasse 184 10997 Berlin - Germany World Sale E-Mail: contact@filmsboutique.com

Marius is a divorced man in his late thirties. His five year-old daughter Sofia lives with her mother, which causes Marius a deep frustration. On the day Marius arrives to take his daughter on their annual holiday, he is not allowed to take her with him. The situation soon gets out of control with all the family taking part in a web of humor, violence, childish songs, police interventions and love statements.

Festival / Awards: Philadelphia Film Festival : Best Narrative Feature (2012) Sarajevo Film Festival : Best Film (2012) Berlinale / Forum (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Radu was born in Bucharest in 1977. In 2003 he graduated from the University Media-Film Directing Department. He worked as assistant director for feature films such as "Amen", directed by Costa Gavras and "The Death of Mr. Lazarescu", directed by Cristi Puiu. He has directed several short films, including "Melee" , "Black Sea", "Tube with a Hat" the most awarded Romanian short film of all time, winning major awards.

Director’s Filmography:
Film pentru prieteni (2011) The Happiest Girl in the World (2009) In the Morning (short) (2007) The Tube with a Hat (short) (2007) Alexandra (short) (2006)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Forever Enthralled Mei Lanfang
2008-DVD-138-Mandarin-Color-China

Director: Chen Kaige Producer: Han Sanping, Chen Hong, Du Jiayi Cast: Wang Xueqi,Ying Da,Yu Xiaoshi Screenplay: Chen Kaige, Yan Geling, Chen Kuofu Cinematographer: Zhao Xiaoshi Editor: Zhou Ying Music Composer: Zhao Jiping Production Designer: William Chang Production Company: China Film Group, CMC Entertainment, Emperor Motion Pictures World Sale Address: CMC Entertainment Festival / Awards: Berlin International Film Festival (2009) Seattle International Film Festival (2009)

Born to a family of well-known Peking Opera singers in Bejing in 1894. Mei Lanfang showed precious gift for the art. Of the many people in his life dedicated to Peking Opera, some were loving and supportive elders and passionate fans; some were friends who supported him but also used him. His wife who stood by him through happiness and hardship, and was a confidante who shared his artistic vision. Mei Lanfang not only changed traditional prejudice towards actors, but also made took Peking Opera on to the world stage. More importantly, the spirit of Peking Opera was enhanced because of the dignity he displayed during the Japanese occupation of China.

Director’s Biography:
Chen Kaige (born August 12, 1952) is a Chinese film director. His films are known for their visual flair and epic storytelling.His first movie, Yellow Earth (1984) established itself as one of the most important works of Fifth Generation filmmaking; though simple, its powerful visual imagery and revolutionary storytelling style marked a sea change in how films were seen and perceived in the People's Republic of China.

Director’s Filmography:
Wu ji (The Promise) (2005) The First Emperor (1998) Temptress Moon (1996) Farewell My Concubine (1993) King of the Children (1987)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Four Suns Ctyri Slunce
2012-DCP-105-Czech-Color-Czech Republic

Director: Bohdan Slama Producer: Pavel Strnad, Petr Oukropec Cast: Jaroslav Plesl, Anna Geislerova, Marek Sacha, Igor Chmela, Karel Roden, Jirí Mádl Screenplay: Bohdan Slama Cinematographer: Divis Marek Editor: Jan Danhel Sound Designer: Jan Cenek, Petr Kapeller Music Composer: Vypsana Fixa Costume Designer: Zuzana Krejzkova Production Designer: Jan Vlasak Production Company: Negativ Films, Pallas Film, Ceská Television World Sale Address: Films Boutique

Jara has lost his job, his family is falling apart and his only companion and friend is Karel, a lonley weirdo who feels very closely bound to nature, unemployed and immature, he tries to keep his family together, to make his wife stay with him, to protect his teenage son from drug abuse, and to protect karel from himself - but who will protect Jara?

World Sale E-Mail: info@filmsboutique.com Festival / Awards: Sundance Film Festival (2012) Rotterdam International Film Festival (2012) Festival du Grain a demoudre (France) : Prix Des Jeunes Cinephiles

Director’s Biography:
Bohdan Sláma (born 1967, Opava, Czechoslovakia) is one of the Czech Republic's most successful post-revolution directors. He graduated from Prague's FAMU with the film White Acacias (Akáty bílé, 1996), and he now works externally at the school as a teacher. His film The Wild Bees (Divoké vcely, 2001) won the Rotterdam and San Francisco festivals. A year later he filmed a segment of the story showcase Radhošt. Something Like Happiness (Štestí, 2005) won the main prize at San Sebastian and brought Sláma Czech Lion awards for Best Film and Direction. The Country Teacher (Venkovský ucitel, 2008) was screened at the Venice IFF in its international premiere. The spiritual drama Four Suns is the first Czech film to compete at Sundance.

Director’s Filmography:
The Country Teacher (2008) Something Like Happiness (2005) Wild Bees (2001) White Acacias (1999)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Gaamer Ramep
2011-DCP-92-Russian-Color-Ukraine

Director: Oleg Sentsov Producer: Oleg Sentsov, Olga Zhurzhenko Cast: Zhanna Biryuk, Alexander Fedotov, Vladislav Zhuk Screenplay: Oleg Sentsov Cinematographer: Yegor Petrik, Gennady Veselkov Editor: Dmitry Kundryutsky Sound Designer: Vladimir Kozlov Production Designer: Eugenia Vradiy Production Company: Cry Cinema World Sale Address: 1st Konnoy Armii Str., 37-18, Simferopol, Ukraine 95044 World Sale E-Mail: crycinema@gmail.com Festival / Awards: 10 IDFF Spirit of Fire (Russia) : Critics' Choice Award 3rd Truskavets IFF (Ukraine) : Best Feature (2012) Odessa IFF (Ukraine) : FIPRESCI Prize : Special Jury Mention

The boy's name is Alex, but in the world of gamers where he spends most of his time, he is known as Koss. The enormous amount of time he spends at the computer screen starts to pay off: in the games' clubs in his small Ukrainian village. He is the undisputed king of the shooting game Quake, admired by the 'noobs' . But there is also a different side. The endless games are getting in the way of his study at technical college, to the great dismay of his single mother. She sees her son growing up into a good-fornothing, just like his absent father. In a realistic style, filmed at a real game tournament with real gamers in the leading roles, debuting director Oleg Sentsov shows the rise of 'Koss'. Because Alex has plans: he's going to be the greatest and that will solve everything. Step-by-step, he approaches his goal: to be world champion. But will success bring him what he wants? And what if he doesn't win?

Director’s Biography:
Oleg SENTSOV (1976, Simferopol, Ukraine) studied Economics in Kiev and followed courses for script writing and directing in Moscow. Gaamer is his first feature film.

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Girls Against Boys Girls Against Boys
2012-Digi Beta-92-English-Color-USA

Director: Austin Chick Producer: Clay Floren, Aimee Shieh Cast: Danielle Panabaker, Nicole LaLiberte, Liam Aiken, Michael Stahl-David, Andrew Howard, Caroline Lagerfelt Screenplay: Austin Chick Cinematographer: Kathryn Westergaard Editor: Pete Beaudreau Sound Designer: Jacob Ribicoff Music Composer: Nathan Larson, Howard Paar Costume Designer: Kama Royz Production Designer: Jeanelle Marie Production Company: Floren Shieh Productions World Sale Address: Carl Clifton, K5 International, Konradinstr. 5./ 81543 Munich/ Germany.

The film is a fantasy rape revenge scenario that tries really hard to convey the controversial message that rape is bad. Shae has just been dumped by her older, married boyfriend. She decides to cut loose with Lu, a wild-eyed co-worker at her bar, and the girls throw back some drinks, grind on the dance floor and keep the party going at the home of a few frat guys they meet. One of the bros, seemingly gentle and concerned, walks the drunken Shae back to her apartment, and then forces himself inside and rapes her. Shae tries to turn to her mother, her classmate, the police and her ex-boyfriend, but in the end only Lu is there for her. The two women embark on a bloody crime spree, wreaking gory revenge on the men who did them wrong.

World Sale E-Mail: carl@k5mediagroup.com

Director’s Biography:
Austin Chick (Writer/Director, Producer) broke out as a maker of commercially exploitable personal films with his 2002 debut XX/XY. The film, about a college ménage a trois that spirals out of control forcing the lovers to face its long term consequences,was one of the most talked about hits of the 2002 Sundance Film Festival.In 2008 Chick returned to Sundance with AUGUST, which tells the story of two brothers fighting to keep their start up company afloat on Wall Street during August 2001, a month before the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. It went on to play numerous other festivals and received a theatrical release by First Look Studios.

Director’s Filmography:
August (2008) XX/XY (2002)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Glorious Deserter Deserteur!
2012-Digi Beta-80-German-Color-Austria

Director: Gabriele Neudecker Producer: Gabriele Neudecker,Peter Neudecker Cast: Alexander Kortoletzky, Markus Klamfer, Peter Neudecker Jr, Manuel Domann, Franz Kranzinger Screenplay: Gabriele Neudecker Cinematographer: Stefan Aglassinger,Gabriele Neudecker Editor: Gabriele Neudecker Sound Designer: Matias Monteagudo, Paul Estrela Music Composer: Doris Kirschhofer,Brigitte Wagner Costume Designer: Jacky Raschke Production Designer: Veresa Radosawljewitsch Production Company: Pimp the Pony Productions World Sale Address: Pimp the Pony Productions Toedtleinsdorf 46, A-5203 Koestendorf bei Salzburg, Austria

Winter of starvation, 1947. In Austria desertion from the Wehrmacht is still a crime even after the war. The cook, the farmer, the altar boy, and the head pig keeper give insight into the military terror they were subjected to and their reasons for fleeing. The documentary-style film is a montage of the real fates of young deserters and shows moving moments of traumatic memories and the social ostracism experienced after the war. .

World Sale E-Mail: productions@drehbuchwerkstatt.eu Festival / Awards: Toronto International Film Festival : (Competition) (2012) International film festival Creteil (France) : Competition (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Gabriele Neudecker ( 24 January 1965 in Salzburg ) is Artistic Director of the writer's workshop and is working as a screenwriter, freelance dramaturge and director for film and television. Since 2011 she has worked as a producer of Pimp the Pony Productions.

Director’s Filmography:
Really Hard Be Good Masai (documentary short) (2010) White Girls Happy on Zambezi (documentary short) (2009) Freaky (short) (2002)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Goodbye May Zou chu wu yue
2011-DVD-113-Mandarin-Color-Taiwan

Director: Feng Zhu Producer: Ni hai zi Cast: Hoi-Yung Chim, Serena Fang, Alan Ko, Feng Kou Production Company: Godot Culture and Media Ltd.

Zheng Shen is a young and wild electronic music composer, frustrated in creating new music pieces. He is deeply shocked and devastated by the death of his grandmother, May. In his grandmother's will, she expresses her everlasting love towards grandpa Mu Ji. She had hoped that Zheng Shen could come to love and care about grandpa Mu Ji as much as she had done. However, Zheng Shen does not receive the letter. It is accidentally delivered to the new Chinese Opera talent, Miao Xian. Having lost all hopes in love, Miao Xian is very touched by May's genuine affection and decides to carry out May's hope. To Miao Xian's surprise, grandpa Mu Ji mistakens Miao Xian as the young grandma May when she begins to take care of him. This coincidence not only brings Zheng Shen and Miao Xian closer but also beings to change everyone's lives.

Director’s Biography:
Movie making has been a long time dream for Director Feng Zhu. He joined the company Godot Theatre, where he is a producer of television shows. After witnessing the success of Cape No. 7 and the amount of effort that fellow director Te-Sheng Wei put in order to improve the quality of Taiwanese films and bring it up to international standards, Feng Zhu was deeply moved. Through this inspiration, he set out once again on the path towards his original dream.

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Heels Of War Tannoura Maxi
2012-DCP-95-Arabic-Color-Lebanon

Director: Joe Bou Eid Producer: Joe Bou Eid Cast: Joy Karam, Chady El Tineh, Elie Saikaly, Antoine Balabane, Jana El Hasan, Nawal Kamel, Sihame Haddad,Tamara Abou Jaoudeh Screenplay: Joe Bou Eid Cinematographer: Mounah Saliba Editor: Elias Chaheen, Nadim Mechlawi Sound Designer: Rana Eid Music Composer: Mike Massy Costume Designer: Fares El Sokhan, Jules Nasser Production Company: Naftaleen Entertainement

In the summer of 1982, in a sheltered village protected by its armed men, it took no longer than three months until radical changes started occurring in the lives of two families of different backgrounds. A priest about to be ordered is exhausted by temptations and an arrogant girl comes from the outside world, and penetrates the village, taking away the community's virginity. The little refugee girl becomes the refuge of a man, about to undertake a mission of life. The one supposed to marry, will be maried; the one supposed to serve. A shredded memory and an intimate story of a narrator who tells the meeting of his parents, before his existance, until their marriage.

Director’s Biography:
Born in the south of Lebanon in 1983, Joe Bou Eid has lived the transition between an extensive war and a hidden peace, in a country where Cinema is a recreation of the reality of every day. Having a fertile imagination and willpower, he started working on his first feature film, which led him to talk with a lot of love and mockery about his vulnerable country, about the futile society that he lives in, about the story of his own parents. Having this big passion for cinema, He proved to the Lebanese public his engagement and his sensibility to discover the real shades of art expressions. Strong eye for detail, perfectionist, innovative, he graces the eyes of his spectators with his decorative drive, his bold use of rich color, his esthetics and especially his artistic direction.

Director’s Filmography:
Vinegar Worms (Short Movie) (2005) Home Sweet Home (Documentary) (2007)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Home for the Weekend Was bleibt
2012-35 mm-85-German-Color-Germany

Director: Hans-Christian Schmid Producer: Britta Knöller, Hans-Christian Schmid Cast: Lars Eidinger, Corinna Harfouch, Sebastian Zimmler, Ernst Stoetzner, Picco Von Groote Screenplay: Bernd Lange Cinematographer: Bogumil Godfrejow Editor: Hansjörg Weißbrich Sound Designer: Dirk Jakob Music Composer: The Notwist Costume Designer: Lisy Christl Production Designer: Christian M. Goldbeck, SFK Production Company: 23/5 Film Production GmbH
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World Sale Address: The Match Factory GmbH Balthasarstr. 79-81 50670 Cologne / Germany World Sale E-Mail: info@matchfactory.de

At the request of his mother Gitte Marko, who has been living in Berlin moves in with his parents in the country. His hope for a quiet weekend with the family is not fulfilled. Unexpectedly for all Gitte discloses that she, after a long mental illness has recoverded and is well. Her request to treat them from now on as a full member of the family brings with it not only the supposedly well-established relationship with his parents off balance.

Festival / Awards : Berlin International Film Festival : Golden Berlin Bear (Nominated) (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Hans-Christian Schmid was born in Altötting in 1965 and lives in Berlin today. Following his studies at film school in Munich, he graduated in scriptwriting from USC in Los Angeles. Schmid's films include 23, Crazy Distant Lights, Requiem and the international coproduction Storm. In 2004, he founded the production company 23/5.

Director’s Filmography:
Storm (2009) Requiem (2006) Distant Lights (2003) Crazy (2000)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Honey Pupu Xiao shi da kan
2011-DVD-103-Mandarin-Color-Taiwan

Director: Hung-I Chen Producer: Yeh Jufeng Cast: Peggy Tseng, Lin Po-sheng, Zaizai Lin, Chiu Shengyi, Nikki Hsieh, Lee Ta-chi Screenplay: Hung-i Chen, Fu-ching Lin Music Composer: Chang Wu-wu Production Designer: Kang Chun-Wei Production Company: Red Society Film Festival / Awards: 13th Taipei Film Festival Award : Best Directior, Best Cinematography, Best Actress, Best Music

A young man named Dog, the key to a young woman's love life, disappears, and she aims to track him down through his social media network. In Chen Hung-i's exploration of networked communications and virtual friendships the ensemble cast begins combining their online lives with their real ones, while coming to grips with what it means to be living in an age that is constantly accelerating into the future.

Director’s Biography:
The work of director Hung-I Chen reveals his strong sense of aesthetics. He demands the best out of each shot and pays attention to the smallest details even as he insists on pushing the boundaries of his craft. In its purity there's something sharp that touches a nerve. This touch was what he developed while studying Philosophy at the NTU where he not only increased his academic knowledge but also developed a solid grounding in aesthetics. Transformed into imagery, that sense of aesthetics crackles with unleashed energy. Hung-I Chen succeeded at all of the above, not only making experimental imagery into popular TV commercials but also managing to make the audience of the TV commercials accept the experiment itself.

Director’s Filmography:
Candy Rain (2008)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Ixjana Ixjana
2012-DCP-98-Polish-Color-Poland

Director: Józef Skolimowski, Michal Skolimowski Producer: Jacek Samojlowicz Cast: Sambor Czarnota, Borys Szyc, Magdalena Boczarska, Ewa Hornich, Lukasz Simlat, Anna Dereszowska, Jan Frycz Screenplay: Józef Skolimowski, Michal Skolimowski Cinematographer: Adam Sikora Editor: Jaroslaw Pietraszek Sound Designer: Jaroslaw Bajdowski Music Composer: Jozef Skolimowski Costume Designer: Anna Rózynska Production Designer: Katarzyna Boczek Production Company: Film Media S.A. Co-financed : Polish Film Institute

Marek, a young writer, is trying to solve the mystery of the night his friend Arthur died. In the recesses of his memory, Marek finds fragments of past events: a party at the home of an eccentric publisher, his argument with Arthur, the exchange of blows, blood. Afraid that he has killed his friend, Marek suppresses his feelings of fear and guilt in his passionate meetings with a woman who has more to do with Arthurs disappearance than it seems.

World Sale Address: Monolith Films World Sale E-Mail: info@monolith.pl Festival / Awards: Rome Film Festival (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Jozef and Michal Skolomowski (directors / screenwriters) worked as second unit directors on the award-winning film Essential Killing by Jerzy Skolimowski. They wrote and directed their film, The Hollow Men, presented at the Venice International Film Festival. Jozef, the younger brother, who passed away in May, also wrote the score for this film and performed the song.

Director’s Filmography:
The Hollow Men(1993)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Kamr Palm Kaf El-Kamar
2011-DVD-120-Arabic-Egypt

Director: Khaled Youssef Cast: Khaled Saleh, Wafaa Amer, Ghada Abdel Razek, Sabry Fawaz, Jomana Mourad, Hassan El Raddad, Haitham Ahmed Zaki, Yasser El Masry, Horreya Farghaly Screenplay: Nasser Abdel Rahman Music Composer: Gamal Bekheet

The film revolves around a mother of five children and she is trying to contain them and seek to resolve their problems, but she decides to leave the house after their problem become beyond her control.

Director’s Biography:
Khaled Youssef graduate of the Bachelor of engineering in 1990. He started his film in 1990 as an actor in short fiction Cairo with her family for the enlightening Youssef Chahine soon found himself in the same movie snaps to learn output, joined the battalion learners in school St. Joseph

Director’s Filmography:
Kalemni Shokran (2010) Alrayes Omar Harb (2008) Dokkan Shehata (2008) Chaos, This Is (2007)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Kanimambo Kanimambo
2012-Blue Ray-94-Shangana, Catalan, Portuguese-color-Spain

Director: Adán Aliaga, Abdelatif Hwidar, Carla Subirana Producer: Luis Miñarro, Sergio Castellote Screenplay: Adán Aliaga, Abdelatif Hwidar, Carla Subirana Cinematographer: Anna Molins, Pere Pueyo Editor: Cristobal Fernandez Sound Designer: Dani Fontrodona, Amanda Villavieja Production Company: Eddie Saeta S.A. World Sale Address: Eddie Saeta.Pasaje Permanyer 14 08009 Barcelona /Spain World Sale E-Mail: www.eddiesaeta.com Festival / Awards: Málaga Spanish Film Festival : Special Jury Award (2012)

Kanimambo is the reason that three directors venture into an unknown country, but of great purity and authenticity, looking for characters that allow them to create exciting stories. This process will be both personal and collective adventure.The three stories Kanimambo, speak in the first person of the different experiences that each of them had in Mozambique. Stories that weave with a very fine thread weaving a fabric of subtle emotions in the heart of AfricaIn a country marked by the stigma of civil war, the war of independence, poverty and disease, Kanimambo introduces us to men and women who became heroes of the everyday. Its sole purpose: to fight for a better life.Kanimambo, a film that allows reflection and contrast on the different perception of life in Africa and in the West.

Director’s Biography:

Director’s Filmography:
Adán Aliaga : Stigmata (2009) Jaibo (2001) Abdelatif Hwidar : Adelanto (Short) (2010) Salvador (Short) (2007) Carla Subirana : Volar (Documentary) (2012) Nedar (Documentary) (2008)

Abdelatif Hwidar

Carla Subirana

Adán Aliaga

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

King Kelly King Kelly
2012-Blue Ray-87-English-Color-USA

Director: Andrew Neel Producer: Andrew Corkin, Tom Davis, Luke Meyer, Ethan Palmer Cast: Louisa Krause, Libby Woodbridge, Roderick Hill, Will Brill, Patrick Murney, Jonny Orsini, Anthony Fazio Screenplay: Andrew Neel, Mike Roberts Cinematographer: Ethan Palmer Editor: Brad Turner Sound Designer: Eben Bull Music Composer: Kim Krans, Jonn Ollsin Costume Designer: Jesse Huber Production Designer: Annie Simeone Production Company: SeeThink Films tom@seethink.com World Sale Address: Carl Clifton, K5 Media Group GmbH Konradinstr. 581543 Munich / Germany

King Kelly is an aspiring internet star who performs webcam stripteases. When Kelly's car filled with illegal narcotics that she must deliver is stolen by her bitter ex-boyfriend on the 4th of July, Kelly and her best friend Jordan embark on an epic whirlwind of drugs, sex, violence and mischief-making as Kelly tries to reclaim what's hers. Kelly's biggest online fan, a wayward State Trooper, joins the journey as the night spirals into chaos. Made entirely from camera-phone footage, "King Kelly" is a sensational journey through hedonistic American youth culture and the You Tube generation.

World Sale E-Mail: carl@k5mediagroup.com Festival / Awards: Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival : Best Actress & Jury's Choice Award (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Andrew Neel was born in Vermont in 1978. Neel co-founded SeeThink Productions together with Ethan Palmer, Luke Meyer and Tom Davis in 2001 after graduating from Columbia College with a BA in film studies. He has directed four feature-length documentary films: Darkon, Alice Neel, The Feature, and New World Order. He lives and works in New York City and is represented by The Gersh Agency. .

Director’s Filmography:
The Feature (2008) Initiation (short) (2006) Darkon (Documentary) (2006) Billy528 (short) (2001)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

King Of Comics König Des Comics
2012-Blue Ray-80-German-Color-Germany

Director: Rosa von Praunheim Producer: Rosa von Praunheim Cast: Ralf König, Olaf Gabriel, René Krummenacher, Joachim Król, Ralph Morgenstern, Hella Von Sinnen Screenplay: Rosa von Praunheim Cinematographer: Wilfried Kaute, Stephan Kümin, Michael Nopens, Dennis Pauls, Oliver Sechting Editor: Mike Shephard, Rosa von Praunheim Sound Designer: Oliver Sechting Sound Editor: Stephen Kenderdine, Knut Walter, Oliver Sechting, Markus Tiarks Music Composer: Andreas Wolter Production Company: Rosa von Praunheim Film Production World Sale Address: m-appeal world sales, prinzessinnenstr. 16 10969 Berlin, Germany

Humour, irony and razor sharp observation are his liberating weapons against bigoted prejudice, and gay life, gay clichés, male sensibilities, desires and frustrations, urban neuroses, forays into antiquity and the influence of religion on society are the topics that Ralf König, Gemany's best-known comic illustrator alongside Moers and Brösel, has called his own. The documentary King Of Comics pays tribute to an artist at the height of his creativity. König's life and art are closely intertwined with the emergent gay community of the late seventies. It all began in a village in Westphalia where at an early age illustrating helped him come out. His 'adolescent scribbling' soon evolved into an assured comic style still informed by a sense of humour that is both frivolous and anarchistic. König's topics and interests have long gone beyond homosexuality to embrace more universal and philosophic subjects, and he will no doubt continue to plumb the depths of social convention ad absurdum.

World Sale E-Mail: berlinoffice@m-appeal.com

Director’s Biography:
Rosa von Praunheim was born in Riga in 1942. He studied painting at Offenbach College of Commercial Art and at the University of the Arts in Berlin. A writer, his book Männer, Rauschgift und der Tod (Men, Narcotics and Death) appeared in 1967. Having begun to make short films in 1967.

Director’s Filmography:
Rent Boys (Documentary) (2011) New York Memories (Documentary) (2010) History of Hell (Documentary) (2009)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Kuma Kuma
2012-DCP-93-German,Turkish-Color-Austria

Director: Umut Dag Producer: Veit Heiduschka, Michael Katz Cast: Nihal Koldas, Begum Akkaya, Vedat Erincin, Murathan Muslu, Alev Irmak Screenplay: Petra Ladinigg, Umut Dag Cinematographer: Carsten Thiele Editor: Claudia Linzer Sound Designer: Sergey Martynyuk Music Composer: Iva Zabkar Costume Designer: Cinzia Cioffi Production Designer: Katrin Huber Production Company: Wega Film Production World Sale Address: Films Boutique Köpenicker Strasse 184 10997 Berlin, Germany

Fatma lives with her husband and six children in Vienna, trying to preserve the traditional values and the social prestige of her family. When Ayse, a 19-year-old girl from the Turkish countryside, is chosen to be married to Fatma's son, a special friendship evolves between the two women. But soon this relationship is put to the test, as the family has to face a difficult stroke of fate.

World Sale E-Mail: info@filmsboutique.com www.filmsboutique.com Festival / Awards: Hamptons International Film Festival : Best Narrative Feature Film (2012) Lecce Festival of European Cinema : Best Director (2012) Salerno Shadowline Film Festival : Best Film (2012) Berlinale / Panorama (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Umut Dag grew up in a working-class district of Vienna. In spite of his addiction to film, he was sent to Business School. Afterwards, he studied International Development, Theology and Teaching. Whilst directing his first short film, he worked in the Austrian film industry to gain production experience and contacts. In 2006 he decided that a spell at film school wouldn't hurt, and applied to the Film Academy in Vienna, where he has since been studying under Prof. Peter Patzak and Prof. Michael Haneke. He is currently working on new projects and developing his first full-length feature as a director.

Director’s Filmography:
Papa (Short) (2011) Radioaktiv (Video Short) (2011) Todesnachrichten (Short) (2008)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

L Its Me L
2012-DCP-87-Greek-Color-Greece

Director: Babis Makridis Producer: Amanda Livanou, Babis Makridis Cast: Aris Servetalis, Makis Papadimitriou, Yannis Bostantzoglou, Eleftherios Matthaios, Nota Tserniafski, Stavros Raptis, Thanassis Dimou, Christoforos Skamnakis Screenplay: Babis Makridis, Efthimis Filippou Cinematographer: Thimios Bakatakis Editor: Yiannis Chalkiadakis Sound Designer: Giannis Giannakopoulos Music Composer: Coti K Costume Designer: Dimitris Papathomas Production Company: Warp Films, Beben Films, Faliro House Productions, M. Modianos Productions, Modiano Inc., Top cut World Sale Address: Pascale Ramonda 91 rue de Ménilmontant, Maison fond de cour 75020 Paris World Sale E-Mail: pascale@pascaleramonda.com Festival / Awards : Rotterdam International Film Festival : Tiger Award (2012) Seattle International Film Festival : New Director’s Showcase Awards (2012) Sundance Film Festival : World Cinema - Dramatic (2012)

A man lives in his car. He is 40 years old and although he does not have a lot of free time, when he has, he chooses to spend it with his family. He meets his wife and two children at a specified day and time in car parking lots. His job is to locate and bring the finest honey to a 50-year old man. A new driver shows up and the man gets fired. Disappointed, he decides to leave his car behind. The man's life changes, and he finds it absurd that no one trusts him anymore.

Director’s Biography:
Babis Makridis was born in Greece in 1970. He studied film in the Stavrakos Film School. His short film The Last Fakir (2005) was awarded the Newcomer's Prize in Drama and at the Psarokokalo International Short Film Festival in Athens. In 2010 Raindance named Makridis one of "10 Greek Filmmakers to Watch." L is Makridis's first feature film.

Director’s Filmography:
The Last Fakir (short) (2005)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Laurence Anyways Laurence Anyways
2012-DCP-168-French-Color-France , Canada

Director: Xavier Dolan Producer: Lyse Lafontaine Cast: Melvil Poupaud, Suzanne Clément, Nathalie Baye, Monia Chokri Screenplay: Xavier Dolan Cinematographer: Yves Bélanger Editor: Xavier Dolan Sound Designer: Sylvain Brassard Music Composer: Noia Costume Designer: François Barbeau Production Designer: Anne Pritchard Production Company: Lyla Films, MK2 Productions World Sale Address: 55 rue Traversière 75012 Paris France World Sale E-Mail: intlsales@mk2.com

In the 90s, Laurence tells his girlfriend Fred that he wants to become a woman. In spite of the odds, in spite of each other, they confront the prejudices of their friends, ignore the council of their families, and brave the phobias of the society they offend. For 10 years, they try to live through this transition, and embark on an epic journey which, unbeknownst to them, may cost Fred and Laurence themselves and each other.

Festival / Awards: Cabourg Romantic Film Festival : Cannes (2012) : Un Certain Regard Toronto (2012) AFI (2012) Queer Palm (Cannes 2012) Canada Goose Award For Best Canadian Feature Film (Toronto 2012) Festival du Film Romantique de Cabourg : Grand Prix / Prix de la jeunesse

Director’s Biography:
Xavier Dolan (born 20 March 1989, Montreal, Quebec), sometimes credited as Xavier Dolan-Tadros, is a Québécois actor and filmmaker, the son of Geneviève Dolan, a teacher, and Manuel Tadros, a Québécois actor and singer of Egyptian descent. Formerly a child actor in films such as J'en suis!, Le Marchand de sable and La Forteresse suspendue and television series such as Omertà, la loi du silence, Dolan attracted international attention when his first film as a director and screenwriter, J'ai tué ma mère, won three awards from the Director's Fortnight program at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.

Director’s Filmography:
Heartbeats (2010) I Killed My Mother (2009)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Liv & Ingmar Liv & Ingmar
2012-DCP-84-English, Swedish-Black & White, Color-Norway, UK, India

Director: Dheeraj Akolkar Producer: Rune H. Trondsen Cast: Ingmar Bergman, Liv Ullmann Screenplay: Dheeraj Akolkar Cinematographer: Hallvard Bræin Editor: Tushar Ghogale Sound Designer: Resul Pookutty Music Composer: Stefan Nilsson Production Company: NordicStories World Sale Address: SF International Film Sales World Sale E-Mail: international@sf.se Festival / Awards: Chicago International Film Festival (2012) Mumbai International Film Festival (2012) New york Film Festival (2012) Sao Paulo International Film Festival (2012)

Liv & Ingmar are of course Liv Ullmann and Ingmar Bergman, one of the great actresses of the twentieth century and one of the world's greatest film directors. The movie magnifying the professional and personal relationship between Ullmann and Bergman over their forty-year relationship, making twelve films together, becoming lovers, splitting, becoming friends again, and defining their relationship not only upon the screen but in real life, as told through illuminating and touching new interviews with Ullmann plus clips from many of Bergman's films, giving them real-life significance and import.

Director’s Biography:
The life and work of Bergman and Ullmann has fascinated director Dheeraj Akolkar for many years. After graduating with a Gold Medal in Architecture from Pune University, India, Dheeraj worked extensively in the Indian film industry on various films such as Lagaan, Devdas, Charas - A Joint Effort, Sala Bandar and Black.

Director’s Filmography:
Whatever! (2006) Jyotirgamaya: Lead Me to the Light (2005)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Looking for Eimish Buscando a Eimish
2012-Blue Ray-85-Spanish-Color-Spain

Director: Ana Rodríguez Rosell Producer: Ana Rodríguez Rosell Cast: Manuela Vellès, Oscar Jaenada, Jan Cornet, Emma Suarez, Carlos Leal, Birol Unel, and Clara Wurnell Screenplay: Ana Rodríguez Rosell Cinematographer: Pau Mirabet Editor: Mapa Pastor Sound Designer: Víctor Puertas, & Daniel Peña Music Composer: Antonio Escobar Costume Designer: Laura Renau Production Designer: Gustavo Ramírez Production Company: Jana Films World Sale Address: Vertice Sales (Spain) C/Alcalá 518 28027 Madrid Spain

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Looking for Eimish is, above all, a love story. The startup of the story is the conflict created by the fact that Eimish wants to take a step forward in the relationship and Lucas is not able to. As a result, Eimish leaves home, and Lucas starts a thrilling trip by train through Berlin and Verona to find her. In this trip he will discover who is Eimish, and what she is looking for. Looking for Eimish talks about finding one's place in the world.

Director’s Biography:
She has worked as a journalist, as copywriter for DEC (BBDO Group), among others. In 2007 she created the production company Jana Films SL in which she is deeply involved in film-making and production.

Director’s Filmography:
I Want to Be a Gazelle (documentary short) (2010) Fati, Wait! (2007) Me and My Terrace (video documentary short) (2007) This Is the Night (short) (2005) Nine (short) (2005) A Woman for Ibu (short) (2004) La musa (short) (2000)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Of Love and Other Demons
Del amor y otros demonios
2010-35 mm-90-Spanish-Color-Costa Rica, Colombia

Director: Hilda Hidalgo Producer: Hilda Hidalgo, Laura Imperiale, Clara María Ochoa, Laura Pacheco Cast: Pablo Derqui, Eliza Triana, Jordi Dauder, Joaquín Climent, Margarita Rosa de Francisco, Damián Alcázar, Alina Lozano, Martha Lucía Leal, Carlota Llano, Linette Hernández Screenplay: Hilda Hidalgo Cinematographer: Marcelo Camorino A.D.F. Editor: Mariana Rodríguez Sound Designer: Nerio Babberi Music Composer: Fidel Gamboa Costume Designer: Adan Martínez Production Company: Alicia Films, CMO Producciones World Sale Address: Latido Films

Sierva Maria is 13 years old and she wants to know what kisses taste like. The daughter of aristcrats but raised by their African slaves, she lives in colonial Cartagena de Indias during a time in which the Inquisition and fear still dominated the Spanish Empire. In a dark cell of the convent, the priest and the girl will find themselves seduced by a demon more powerful than faith and reason.With an intimate narrative and a visual language reminiscent of Renaissance paintings, OF LOVE AND OTHER DEMONS! is based on one of gabriel Garcia Marquez´s most beautiful love stories.

Festival / Awards: Glasgow Film Festival (2011) Festival International Del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano, La Habana (2010) Moscow International Film Festival (2010) Shanghai International Film Festival (2010) Pusan International Film Festival (2009)

Director’s Biography:
Hilda Hidalgo's Costa Rican filmmaker, responsible for teaching the course, studied film directing at the International School of Film and Television in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba and journalism at the University of Costa Rica. She has directed half a dozen short films and documentaries such as The Passion of Our Lady (Best Short at the Festival Latino de San Francisco) and Stardust (on Deredia Costa Rican sculptor). She also ran for two years the television series The District.

Director’s Filmography:
Of Love And Other Demons (2010)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Love And Other Troubles Hulluna Saraan
2012-Blue Ray-91-Finnish, English-Color-Finland

Director: Samuli Valkama Producer: Jesse Fryckman Cast: Tommi Korpela, Ville Virtanen, Jussi Lampi, Jussi Nikkilä, Emilie de Ravin Screenplay: Katri Manninen, Samuli Valkama Cinematographer: Anssi Leino Editor: Antti Reikko Sound Designer: Panu Riikonen Music Composer: Moritz Denis, Eike Hosenfeld, Tim Stanzel Costume Designer: Anna Vilppunen Production Designer: Kaisa Mäkinen Production Company: Bronson Club World Sale Address: Non Stop Sales

Ville, 25, is a downbeat former child star who's successfully avoided his womanizing rock 'n' roll dad for years. He's living in a small town giving guitar lessons. Everything changes when his dad moves into his flat.It doesn't get any better when his dad comes home with a girl his own age (Emilie de Ravin) , a funny American student who teaches line dancing at the local activity centre and he is attracted to her, too.

Director’s Biography:
Samuli Valkama (born 1974) graduated in 2005 from the University of Arts and Design in Helsinki. His short films Alright Love (2005) and Feelings and Stuff (2008) have garnered more than 10 international awards and have been accepted to almost 100 international film festivals. Alright Love won the Berlin Today Award at Berlinale in 2005. Love and Other Troubles is Valkama's feature film debut.

Director’s Filmography:
Feelings and Stuff (short) (2008) Alright Love (short) (2005) Rapea kapinallinen (short) (2002)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Man, Chicks Are Just Different
Baby sa jakies inne
2011-Blue Ray-90-Polish-Color-Poland

Director: Marek Koterski Producer: Jerzy Kapuscinski Cast: Robert Wieckiewicz, Adam Woronowicz Screenplay: Marek Koterski Cinematographer: Jerzy Zielinski Editor: Andrzej Kowalski, Ewa Smal Sound Designer: Maria Chilarecka Music Composer: Frédéric Chopin Costume Designer: Justyna Stolarz Production Designer: Przemyslaw Kowalski Production Company: Zespól Filmowy "Kadr” World Sale Address: Kino Swiat Festival / Awards: Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

A night-time ride with a couple of chauvinists who think that feminism is just about certain troublemakers not getting enough. But the guys have a lot more on their minds and they're unlikely to leave any stone unturned when it comes to women. No matter how many stereotypical memes slip from the protagonists' lips in this dynamic conversational game, it isn't women who end up the cinematic losers. Ultimately, the men are so desperate they no longer even find sexist jokes funny. They are the poor beggars here, betraying their own shortcomings in biased monologues; and with each additional sneer, they earn one in return from the audience. And this is no movie to shy away from direct confrontation with viewers, who are forced to take stock of the stereotypical thinking in their own thought processes.

Director’s Biography:
Marek Koterski (born 1942, Kraków) studied Polish literature and history of art at the University of Wroclaw, then went on to graduate in direction from the National Film School in Lódz. Thanks to his time as a stage director, many of his numerous documentaries focus on the theater and its people. In 1984 he debuted with The Mad House, followed by the well-received The Inner Life (1986). Day of the Wacko (2002) competed at Karlovy Vary in the East of the West section, and was shown at the Berlinale as well.

Director’s Filmography:
Inner Life (1987) I love you (1999) Nut's day (2002) We all are Christs (2006)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Material Material
2012-35 mm-94-English-Color-South Africa

Director: Craig Freimond Producer: Ronnie Apteker, Robbie Thorpe Cast: Riaad Moosa,Vincent Ebrahim,DeniseNewman,Joey Rasdien,Krijay Govender,Nik Rabinowitz,Zakeeya Patel, Carishma Basday,Royston Stoffels,Mel Miller Screenplay: Craig Freimond, Ronnie Apteker, Rosalind Butler, Riaad Moosa, Robbie Thorpe, Craig Freimond Cinematographer: Trevor Calverley Editor: Megan Gill Sound Designer: President Kapa Music Composer: Lizzie Rennie Costume Designer: Sue Steele, Craig Freimond Production Designer: Sue Steele Production Company: Zukrafin, Videovision Entertainment, Distant Horizon, TOM Pictures

A young Muslim shop assistant in Johannesburg who finds himself torn between his desire to be a standup comedian and pleasing his super-conservative family. Cassim spends his days at his father's textile store hence the title of the film as well as the 'material' he uses on stage but keeps his comedy calling a secret. His father Ebrahim is a devout man. He won't event let Cassim's sister have a mobile phone. So it comes as no surprise that things go from bad to worse when Ebrahim finds out what his son has been up to after hours.

World Sale Address: Videovision Entertainment, PO Box 1005, Umhlanga, 4320 World Sale E-Mail: info@videovision.co.za Festival / Awards: German Film Critics Association Awards (2010)

Director’s Biography:
Craig graduated from Wits in 1988 with a BA (Hons) in Drama. Since then he has worked extensively as a film, theatre, TV and commercials director as well as a screenwriter. He has directed over twenty plays. Most recent the award winning "Death of a Colonialist". He has written and directed extensively for TV, including the improvised series, "Sorted" which was nominated for an international Emmy Award. Material is Craig’s third Feature film as writer/director, the first two being Gums and Noses and Jozi.

Director’s Filmography:
Jozi (2010) Gums and Noses (2004)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Modest Reception Paziraie sadeh
2012-DCP-100-Persian-Color-Iran

Director: Mani Haghighi Producer: Jalal Shamsian Cast: Taraneh Alidoosti, Mani Haghighi, Saeed Changizian, Esmaeel Khalaj, Saber Abbar, Naqi SeifJamali, Nader Fallah, Mohammad-Reza Najafi, Ghorban Nadjafi, Vahid Aghapoor, Mohammad Aghebati Screenplay: Mani Haghighi , Amir Reza Koohestani Cinematographer: Houman Behmanesh Editor: Hayedeh Safiyari Sound Designer: Vahid Moghadasi Music Composer: Jeremy Strachan, David Weinkauf Costume Designer: Negar Nemati Production Designer: Amir Hossein Ghodsi World Sale Address: Iranian Independents PO Box 15875-4769 Tehran, Iran

A man and a woman drive through a war-torn mountain road in their SUV.The vehicle is stuffed with plastic bags full of cash.The man and the woman are giving the money away to the poor souls they encounter on the road.Is this a good-will mission? A game of honor and temptation? A psychotic gamble? As the car ploughs through the icy terrain, answers become increasingly elusive and tension is built up to an unbearable pitch.

World Sale E-Mail: info@iranianindependents.com Festival / Awards: The 62th Berlin International Film Festival (2012) : Awarded NETPAC Prize as the Best Asian Film The 15th Cinema And Religion Festival Of Torento, Italy (2012) : Awarded “love Your Neighbor” Prize The 12th Osian’s Cinefan Film Festival Of New Delhi, India (2012) The 28th Warsaw International Film Festival, Poland :

Director’s Biography:
Born in Tehran on 4 May 1969.He studied Philosophy for several years before making his first feature in 2003. He has also written screenplays for other Iranian directors, including Fireworks Wednesday (Asghar Farhadi, 2006). Paziraie Sadeh is his fourth feature film.

Director’s Filmography:
Abadan (2003) Men At Work (2006) Canaan (2008) Modest Reception (2008)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

My Father's Bike Mój Rower
2012-DCP-94-Polish-Color-Poland

Director: Piotr Trzaskalski Producer: Marta Plucinska, Pawel Plucinski Cast: Artur Zmijewski, Michal Urbaniak, Krzysztof Chodorowski, Anna Nehrebecka, Witold Debicki Screenplay: Wojciech Lepianka, Piotr Trzaskalski Cinematographer: Piotr Sliskowski Editor: Cezary Kowalczuk Sound Designer: Piotr Bielawski, Michal Zych Music Composer: Przemyslaw Stangierski, Wojciech Lemanski Costume Designer: Iwona Perlinska Production Designer: Wojciech Zogala Production Company: Federico Film World Sale Address: TVN, Warsaw

Wlodek's wife, leaves a letter stating that she has left him for another man. The distraught Wlodek, 70, has a heart attack. His long-lost son Pawel, who lives in Germany, and grandson Maciek, who lives in England with his mother, immediately come to see him. When Wlodek's condition improves, all three begin a search for their wife / mother / grandmother. Over the course of the few days that they spend together, they will try to fix the strains on the family relationship.

Festival / Awards: Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Piotr Trzaskalski born in Lódz, Poland, on February 5, 1964) is a Polish film director. He attended the National Film School in Lódz. He is probably best known for his film Edi (2002), which won several awards at the Berlin International Film Festival (2003) in Berlin, Germany, and also won the special Audience Award at the 2003 Polish Film Awards from the Polish Academy. His later film Mistrz (The Master) (2005) won an award at the Miami International Film Festival (2006) in Miami, Florida.

Director’s Filmography:
The Master (2005) Edi (2002)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Night#1
Nuit#1
2011-Digi Beta-91-French-Color-Canada

Director: Anne Emond Producer: Nancy Grant Cast: Catherine de Léan, Dimitri Storoge, Véronique Rebizov, Raphaël Boulanger, Mika Pluviose, Maïsa Bastien Screenplay: Anne Émond Cinematographer: Mathieu Laverdière Editor: Mathieu Bouchard-Malo Sound Designer: Martyne Morin, Simon Gervais Music Composer: Martin Tetreault Costume Designer: Yola Van Leeuwenkamp Production Designer: Eric Barbeau Production Company: Metafilms World Sale Address: WIDE Management, International Sales And Production, 9, rue Bleue 75009, Door Code 4580 B - Paris / France. World Sale E-Mail: wide@widemanagement.com Festival / Awards: Toronto International Film Festival (2011) Vancouver International Film Festival, Canada (2011) Festival International du Film francophone de Tubingen Stuttgart, Germany (2011) Festival due Film de Pau (2011)

Clara and Nikolaï meet at a rave. They return to Nikolaï's apartment and make love. Afterwards, instead of parting, the two lovers divulge their deepest secrets to one another. Nikolaï is a beautiful loser. At thirty one years old, he leads a simple and frugal life. He applies himself to reading the great classics of literature but never finishes a book he has begun. Unable to submit to any schedule, he finds himself unfit for work. He envisions big projects and has large ideas but, inevitably and despite himself, loses sight of them before they are realized. Clara, like Nikolaï, seems not to be made for this world. She leads a double life. By day, she works as a grade three school teacher; by night, she is a compulsive party-girl. She goes out every night, gets drunk and high and sleeps with men, women or both at once.

Director’s Biography:
Born in 1982, Anne Émond is a Montreal-based screenwriter and filmmaker. In 2005, she achieved a Bachelor Degree in Film production from Université du Québec à Montréal. In the last six years, she has written and directed seven short films. During the 2009 Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois, she was awarded with the Coop Vidéo Award for Best Direction for her short film ''L'ordre des choses''.

Director’s Filmography:
Sophie Lavoie (2010) Naissances (2009) L'ordre des choses (2009)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Night Across the Street La noche de enfrente
2012-DCP-110-French-Color-France, Chile

Director: Raoul Ruiz Producer: Christian Aspee, François Margolin Cast: Marco Cinema, Suricato Screenplay: Raoul Ruiz, Hernán del Solar Cinematographer: Inti Briones Editor: Christian Aspee, Raoul Ruiz, Valeria Sarmiento Sound Designer: Roberto Espinoza, Felipe Zabala Music Composer: Jorge Arriagada Costume Designer: Lola Cabeza Production Company: Margo Films, Consejo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes World Sale Address: Pascale Ramonda 91 rue de Ménilmontant Maison fond de cour 75020 Paris World Sale E-Mail: pascale@pascaleramonda.com

Three intersecting ages of a man who can see the approach of death. Three rival souls. The final testament of Raoul Ruiz.

Festival / Awards: Chicago International Film Festival : Audience Choice Award (2012) Cannes Film Festival (2012) Toronto International Film Festival (2012) New York Film Festival (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Raúl Ernesto Ruiz Pino (25 July 1941 - 19 August 2011) was an experimental Chilean filmmaker, writer and teacher whose work is best known in France. He directed over 100 films. Ruiz's final completed feature Night Across the Street (2012) was selected to be screened posthumously in the Directors' Fortnight section of the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.

Director’s Filmography:
Epistolar (Short) (2012) Ballet aquatique (Documentary) (2011) Mysteries of Lisbon (2010) L'estate breve (Documentary) (2010) Blind Revenge (2010)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

2012-Digi Beta-78-Urdu, Punjabi-Color-France, Pakistan,Turkey

Noor Noor

Director: Çagla Zencirci, Guillaume Giovanetti Producer: Svetlana Novak, Cristine Asperti Cast: Noor, Uzma Ali, Baba Hussain, Gunga Sain, Mithu Sain Screenplay: Cagla Zencirci, Guillaume Giovanetti Cinematographer: Jacques Ballard Editor: Tristan Meunier Sound Designer: Alexandre Andrillon Music Composer: Abaji Production Company: C'est Au 3, C'est Au 4 World Sale Address: Wide Management, International Sales and Production, 9,rue Bleue, 75009, Door Code 4580B Paris/France World Sale E-Mail: infos@widemanagement.com Festival / Awards: Grand Prix du Jury at Dieppe Film Festival (2012) Best fiction Award at Bogota Film Festival (2012) Special Mention at MedFIlm Festival Rome (2012)

Noor wants to be a man. He doesn't belong anymore to the Khusras, Pakistan's transgender community. And he is definitely done with the love story he had with one of them, that had drastically changed his life. Now, he is doing a man's job in a Truck Decoration Center and he made up his mind: he will find a girl who will accept him as he is.

Director’s Biography:
Çagla Zencirci (Ankara, 1976) and Guillaume Giovanetti (Lyon, 1978) direct several short fictions and documentaries in the MiddleEast, Central Asia, and Europe, screened and awarded in more than 50 Festivals and broadcast on several European TV channels. It has been broadcast on France 3 and Ciné-Cinéma, and selected among the 10 Best Short Films in Turkey by the Turkish Center of Cinema .It was awarded the CNC Best Short Film Award 2011 and the Best Short Film Prize in Macau, China.

Director’s Filmography:
Ata (2008)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Once Upon a time in the North Harma
2012-35 mm-128-Finnish-Color-Finland

Director: Jukka-Pekka Siili Producer: Olli Haikka, Jarkko Hentula Cast: Mikko Leppilampi, Pamela Tola, Aku Hirviniemi, Esko Salminen, Pirkka-Pekka Petelius, Olavi Uusivirta, Satu Helena Mikkelinen, Kari Hietalahti, Eero Milonoff, Taneli Mäkelä, Lauri Tilkanen, Harri J. Rantala, JukkaPekka Siili Screenplay: Jukka-Pekka Siili Cinematographer: Jani Kumpulainen Editor: Aleksi Raij Sound Designer: Juha Hakanen Music Composer: Tuomas Kantelinen Costume Designer: Anu Pirilä Production Designer: Päivi Kettunen Production Company: Yellow Film & TV

It is the 19th century. On the plains of Ostrobothnia, Western Finland, a tradition prevails, according to which the first-born son inherits everything and the remaining offspring must fend for themselves. The law has been cast aside in many areas and groups of men, knife-wielding thugs, nicknamed "toughs", control the fields. The blade rules the land. The Välitalo household and farm are vast and affluent. There are two sons in the household. The younger son Matti is an upstanding man fit to inherit the farm, and secretly engaged to a young woman named Aino from a neighbouring farm. The older brother Esko a bum and the leader of toughs who is said to have killed several men. The father of the brothers makes a difficult decision and chooses to will his farm against tradition, not to his first-born son, but to Matti, the younger son. Esko learns the will and all hell breaks loose. United by blood. Divided by love. Judged by knife.

World Sale Address: NonStop Sales AB, Östhammarsgatan 68, Stockholm Postal address: Box 271 34, 102 52 Stockholm, Sweden World Sale E-Mail: daniela.dietze@turner.com

Director’s Biography:
Film director, screenwriter, cinematographer and editor. JP Siili (born-1964) is one of the most prolific directors in Finland. He has directed hundreds of hours for television and a vast amount of commercials. Once Upon A Time In The North is JP Siili's fourth feature film.

Director’s Filmography:
Blackout (2008) Ganes (2007) Young Gods (2003)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Out In The Dark Alata
2012-Blue Ray-96-Hebrew, Arabic-Color-Israel, USA

Director: Michael Mayer Producer: Michael Mayer, Lihu Roter Cast: Nicholas Jacob, Michael Aloni, Jamil Khoury, Loai Nofi Screenplay: Yael Shafrir, Michael Mayer Cinematographer: Ran Aviad Editor: Maria Gonzales Sound Designer: Martin Lopez Music Composer: Mark Holden, Michael Lopez Costume Designer: Hamada Atallah Production Designer: Sharon Eagle Production Company: M7200 Productions, Periscope Productions World Sales Address: M-appeal, Prinzessinnenstr. 16, 10969 BerlinGermany.

Love between barriers - a life in the shadows. Nimer, a palestinian student, is dreaming of a better life abroad. One fateful night he meets Roy, an Israeli lawyer, and the two fall in love. As their relationship deepens, Nimer is confronted with the harsh realities of a palestinian society that refuses to accept him for his sexual identity, and an Israeli society that rejects him for his nationality. When his close friend is caught hiding illegally in Tel Aviv and sent back to the West Bank, where he is brutally murdered, Nimer must choose between the life he thought he wanted and his love for Roy.

World Sale E-Mail: films@m-appeal.com Festival / Awards: HAIFA International Film Festival : Best Film (2012) Toronto International Film Festival (2012) Rio International Film Festival (2012) Hamburg International Film Festival (2012) Chicago International Film Festival (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Michael Mayer was born in Haifa Israel. He studied film at the University of Southern California, and now lives and works in los Angeles .Out In The Dark (2012) is his first feature- length film.

Director’s Filmography:
Out In The Dark (2012)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Outrage Beyond Autoreiji: Biyondo
2012-35 mm-110-Japanese-Color-Japan

Director: Takeshi Kitano Producer: Masayuki Mori, Takio Yoshida Cast: Takeshi Kitano, Ryo Kase, Toshiyuki Nishida, Shun Sugata Screenplay: Takeshi Kitano Cinematographer: Katsumi Yanagijima Editor: Takeshi Kitano, Yoshinori Ohtai Sound Designer: Kenji Shibazaki Music Composer: Keiichi Suzuki Costume Designer: Kazuko Kurosawa, Yohji Yamamoto Production Designer: Yuja Satoyoshi Production Company: Office Kitano World Sale Address: Celluloid Dreams - 2 rue Turgot, 75009 Paris. World Sale E-Mail: info@celluloid-dreams.com

The Sanno crime family has grown in to a huge organization, expanding its power to politics and legitimate big business. The Sanno's upper rank are now dominated by young executives who promote black marketeering rather than the traditional underground income sources. The old guard members are pending up resentment as they see themselves being sidelined. This vulnerable spot in the Sanno hierachy is exactly what anti gang detective Kataoka has been looking for, as the police force prepares a crack down.

Festival / Awards: Venice International Film Festival : Golden Lion (2012) Toronto International film Festival (2012) 50th New York Film Festival (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Writer, editor, director Takeshi Kitano began his directorial career with the 1989 Violent Cop, in which he also starred as an actor. He continued to make one film after another in the following years. His 1997 film Hanabi won the Golden Lion at Venice, along with numerous other awards, firmly establishing Kitano as a world class director.

Director’s Filmography:
Outrage (2010) Achilles and Tortoise (2008)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Post Tenebras Lux Post Tenebras Lux
2012-Blu Ray-115-Spanish-Color-Mexico, France, Netherlands, Germany

Director: Carlos Reygadas Producer: Jaime Romandia, Carlos Reygadas. Cast: Adolfo Jiménez Castro, Nathalia Acevedo, Willebaldo Torres Screenplay: Carlos Reygadas Cinematographer: Alexis Zabé Editor: Natalia López Sound Designer: Sergio Diaz, Jaime Baksht Production Designer: Gerardo Tagle Production Company: Mantarraya, Nodream World Sale Address: NDM Sultepec 47 Col. H. Condesa C.P. 06170 Mexico DF, Mexico. www.mantarraya.com World Sale E-Mail: esaby@mantarraya.com Festival / Awards: Cannes Film Festival : Best Director (2012) Lima Latin American Film Festival : Best Film & Best Director (2012), Coral Award - Best Cinematography, Best Sound (La Havana 2012).

Juan and his urban family live in the Mexican countryside, where they enjoy and suffer a world apart. And nobody knows if these two worlds are complementary or if they strive to eliminate one another.

Director’s Biography:
He studied law in Mexico, and specialized in Armed Conflict law in London. He worked for the European Commission and he was a member of the Mexican Foreign Service. Between 1998 and 1999 he shot four short films in Belgium, learning by himself how to make Films after being rejected from film school in Brussels. In 2000 he shot his first feature film, Japón, which received a special mention for the Camera d'Or at Cannes Film Festival in 2002. In 2005, Battle in Heaven was presented in competition at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2007, his film Stellet Licht (Silent Light) competed again at the Cannes Film Festival where it won the Jury Prize. In 2009 he performed the installation Serenghetti and shot the short film This is my kingdom for the film Revolution which compiled the work of several mexican directors. Post Tenebras Lux is his fourth and latest feature film.

Director’s Filmography:
Post Tenebras Lux (2012) Revolución (segment "Este es mi reino") (2009) Silent Light (2007) Battle in Heaven (2005) Japon (2002)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Rust and Bone De rouille et d'os
2012-DCP-120-French-Color-France, Belgium

Director: Jacques Audiard Producer: Jacques Audiard, Martine Cassinelli, Pascal Caucheteux Cast: Marion Cotillard, Matthias Schoenaerts, Celine Sallette, Armand Verdure, Corinne Masiero, Boulilanners, Jean-Michel Correia Screenplay: Jacques Audiard, Thomas Bidegain Cinematographer: Stéphane Fontaine Editor: Juliette Welfling Sound Designer: Brigitte Taillandier Music Composer: Alexandre Desplat Costume Designer: Virginie Montel Production Designer: Michel Barthélémy Production Company: Why Not Productions, Page 114, France 2 Cinéma, Les Films du Fleuve, Lumière.

Ali finds himself with a five-year-old child on his hands. Sam is his son, but he hardly knows him. Homeless, penniless and friendless, Ali takes refuge with his sister Anna. Ali, a man of formidable size and strength, gets a job as a bouncer in a nightclub. He comes to the aid of Stephanie during a nightclub brawl. Aloof and beautiful, Stephanie seems unattainable. As their stories intersect and diverge, they navigate a world where strength, beauty, youth and blood are commodities-but where trust, truth, loyalty and love cannot be bought and sold, and courage comes in many forms.

World Sale Address: Celluloid Dreams - 2 rue Turgot. 75009 Paris. World Sale E-Mail: info@celluloid-dreams.com Festival / Awards: Cabourg Romantic Film Festival : Golden Swann (2012) Hollywood Film Festival : Actress of the Year (2012) London Film Festival : Best Film (2012) Cannes Film Festival : Palme d'Or (Nominated) (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Jacques Audiard was born in Paris. His features as director and cowriter are Regarde les hommes tomber (1994), Un heros tres discret (1996), Sur mes levres (2001), De battre mon coeur s'est arrete (2005), the Cannes Grand Prix-winner Un prophete (2009) and Rust and Bone (2012).

Director’s Filmography:
A Prophet (2009) The Beat That My Heart Skipped (2005) Read My Lips (2001) A Self-Made Hero (1996)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Silence Hiljaisuus
2011-35mm-110-Finnish-Color-Finland

Director: Sakari Kirjavainen Producer: Petri Rossi, Alf Hemming Cast: Joonas Saartamo, Lauri Tilkanen, Joanna Haartti, Terhi Suorlahti, Ilkka Heiskanen, Sinikka Mokkila, Kari Hakala. Screenplay: Esko Salervo Cinematographer: Petri Rossi Editor: Jukka Nykänen Sound Designer: Olli Huhtanen, Pietari Koskinen Producer Designer: Jukka Uusitalo Music Composer: Timo Hietala Costume Designer: Janne Karjalainen Production Company: Cine Works World Sales Address: Petri Rossi, Street address : Kansankuja 6

A drama between people under unconventional circumstances. In the Second World War Finland was the only nation who brought casualties killed-in-action back to be buried at home. These actions were carried out by men and women working in assembly centres near enemy lines. Silence is a story of a group of people in a limbo between life and death, in a mental no-man's- land, where heaven and hell, horror and joy, love and fear touch each other.

World Sales Email: petri.rossi@cineworks.fi Festival / Awards: Jussi Awards : Best actor, Best music, Best sound design (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Born October 30, 1960. Sakari Kirjavainen is a versatile Finnish film director. Kirjavainen started his career in film business in the beginning of the 1980s when he was studying in the University of Industrial Arts. He directed some successful experimental short films and received the Risto Jarva award for his short feature Whale Oil Lamp, which was shot in Greenland. He made his first feature film Who Asks For Fire in 2001. The film was recognized as a cult classic.

Director’s Filmography:
Tali-Ihantala 1944 (2007) Who Asks for Fire (2001) The Crowninig (1999) Whale Oil Lamp (1997)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Smashed Smashed
2012-DCP-85-English-Color-USA

Director: James Ponsoldt Producer: Jonathan Schwartz, Andrea Sperling, Jennifer Cochis Cast: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Aaron Paul, Octavia Spencer, Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally, Mackenzie Davis, Bree Turner Screenplay: James Ponsoldt, Susan Burke Cinematographer: Tobias Datum Editor: Suzanne Spangler Sound Designer: Ryan Collins Music Composer: Eric D. Johnson, Andy Cabic Costume Designer: Diaz Jacobs Production Designer: Linda Sena Production Company: Super Crispy Entertainment

Kate and Charlie are a young married couple whose bond is built on a mutual love of music, laughter and drinking, especially the drinking. When Kate's drinking leads her to dangerous places and her job as a school teacher is put into jeopardy, she decides to join AA and get sober. With the help of her friend and sponsor Jenny, and the vice principal at her school, the awkward, but well intentioned, Mr. Davies, Kate takes steps toward improving her health and life. Sobriety isn't as easy as Kate had anticipated. Her new lifestyle brings to the surface a troubling relationship with her mother, facing the lies she's told her employer and calls into question whether or not her relationship with Charlie is built on love or is just boozy diversion from adulthood.

World Sales Address: Sony pictures India Ltd, 503 Alpha, Hiranandani Gardens, Main Street, Powai, Mumbai - 400076 Festival / Awards: Sundance Film Festival (2012) Toronto International Film Festival (2012) Deauville American Film Festival (2012)

Director’s Biography:
James Ponsoldt was raised in Athens, Georgia, and graduated from Columbia University's Graduate School of Film. His feature films are Off the Black and Smashed .Ponsoldt has written and directed two short films, Coming Down the Mountain and Junebug and Hurricane, and co-directed a documentary short called We Saw Such Things, about the mermaids of Weeki Wachee Springs, Florida. Ponsoldt's first feature film, Off the Black, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2006.

Director’s Filmography:
Off the Black (2012)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Something in the Air Apres Mai
2012-DCP-122-English, French, Italian-Color-France

Director: Olivier Assayas Producer: Charles Gillibert, Marin Karmitz, Nathanaël Karmitz Cast: Clément Métayer, Lola Créton, Felix Armand, Carole Combes, India Menuez, Hugo Conzelmann, Mathias Renou, Léa Rougeron, Martin Loizillon Screenplay: Olivier Assayas Cinematographer: Eric Gautier Editor: Luc Barnier, Mathilde Van De Moortel Sound Designer: Nicolas Cantin Costume Designer: Jurgen Doering Production Designer: François-Renaud Labarthe Production Company: MK2 Productions, France 3 Cinéma, Vortex Sutra World Sale Address: MK2 55 Rue Traversière Paris, 75012 World Sale E-Mail: intlsales@mk2.com Festival / Awards: Venice Film Festival : Best Screenplay Award (2012) Fondazione Mimmo Rotella Award

Set in the early 1970s, Gilles is a high school student in Paris, swept up in the political fever of the time. Yet his real dream is to paint and make films, something that his friends and even his girlfriend cannot understand. For them, politics is everything: the social struggle all-consuming. But Gilles gradually becomes more comfortable with his life choices and learns to feel at ease in this new society.

Director’s Biography:
Olivier Assayas was born in Paris and studied at l'École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts. His films include L'enfant de l'hiver, Irma Vep, HHH: Portrait de Hou Hsiao-Hsien, Fin août, début septembre, Les destinées sentimentales, Demonlover, Clean, Boarding Gate, L'Heure d'été and Après mai .

Director’s Filmography:
Les Destinees (2000) Demonlover (2002) Clean (2004) Boarding Gate (2007) L'Heure d'été (2008) Après mai (2012)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Sons Of Norway SØnner av Norge
2011-Digi Beta-80-Norwegian-Color-Norway, Sweden, Denmark, France

Director: Jens Lien Producer: Christian Fredrik Martin Cast: Sven Nordin , Asmund Høeg , Trond Nilssen , Sonja Richter Screenplay: Nikolaj Frobenius Cinematographer: Morten Søborg Editor: Vidar Flataukan Sound Designer: Joakim Sundström Music Composer: Jan Inge Costume Designer: Camilla Lindblom Production Designer: Are Sjaastad Production Company: Friland Produdtion, Asle Vatn World Sale Address: Films Distribution 34 rue du louvre 75001 Paris - France World Sale E-Mail: festival@filmsdistribution.com

Nikolaj moves to Rykkin, where his father has helped design the new satellite town. His father is playful, a self-declared free spirit. He firmly believes that a new community spirit will flourish in Rykkin. Nikolaj tries to make sense of life under the thumb of his optimistic and energetic father. They're a happy little alternative family - until his mother is suddenly killed in a traffic accident. His father spirals into self-centred grief, and Nikolaj is left to deal with his sorrow over the loss of his mother and the disintegration of his family. As things fall apart at home, Nikolaj is drawn to the darker side of Rykkin. His father claws his way back from the brink, eyeing new opportunities in his son's interest in punk rock. He applauds Nikolaj's rebellion. But how can Nikolaj grow when his father is more of a child than he is ?

Festival / Awards: Göteborg Film Festival : Best Director (2012) Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival : Best Actor (2011)

Director’s Biography:
Jens Lien (born 14 September 1967 ) is a Norwegian film director. He grew up in Oslo and educated in England at the London International Film School from 1990 to 1993. He made his directorial debut with the short film Montana in 1993 . He continued with the shorts he directed the feature film Jonny Vang in 2003 . The film had its premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival. In 2006 he directed The Bothersome Man . The film won the ACID Award at the Cannes Film Festival and the Amanda Award for Best Director.

Director’s Filmography:
Høydepunkter (Short) (2007) The Bothersome Man (2006) Bok kokken (Video Short) (2004) Jonny Vang (2003) Natural Glasses (Short) (2001)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Stilt Hou Niao Lai De Ji Jie
2012-DVD-108-Mandarine-Color-Taiwan

Director: Tsai Yin-Chuan Producer: Isaac Li Zhi-Chiang Cast: James Wen, Bianca Bai, Chung Kai-Hsun, Helen Thanh Da Screenplay: Tsai Yin-chuan Cinematographer: Feng Xin-fua Editor: Chen Xiao-dong Music Composer: Wei Gu-lin Production Company: The Movie Bird Films, The 3rd Vision Films World Sales Address: James Liu 421-6F, Guang Fu South Road, Taipei, Taiwan 11074 World Sales Email: james@j-ent.com.tw Festival / Awards: competition Movie in Taipei Film Festival

The bird expert, Min Lin, had cold war with his brother, Xiong Lin, for years. Meanwhile, Min paid too much attention to the brood crisis of the migratory bird, Angel. Therefore, he ignored the pain his wife suffering from Sterility, which resulted in her running away from home. As a worker, Xiong got liver disease. After he married a Vietnamese wife, he decided to quit drinking and try to fight for a better life. However, he encountered tremendous frustrations in jobs and marriage, which made him start drinking again. When the migratory birds visited Taiwan again, all conflicts exploded suddenly.

Director’s Biography:
Although Yin-chuan TSAI obtained an MA degree from the Kent Institute of Art & Design in England, she enjoys acquiring experience in a range of jobs. She has been a social worker, circus assistant, art curator, high school teacher, editor, and now a director, scriptwriter and illustrator in Taiwan. She has several illustration books published and "Stilt" is her first film work.

Director’s Filmography:
Stilt (2012) Seventeen (2011) Where are you? (2011) The Formosa Lilies (2009)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Stopped on Track Halt auf freier Streckei
2011-35 mm-110-German-Color-Germany

Director: Andreas Dresen Producer: Peter Rommel Cast: Milan Peschel, Steffi Kuhnert, Bernhard Schutz, Talisa Lilli Lemke, Ursula Werner, Mika Nilson Seidel Screenplay: Andreas Dresen, Cooky Ziesche Cinematographer: Michael Hammon BVK Editor: Jörg Hauschild Sound Designer: Peter Schmidt Music Composer: Jens Quandt Costume Designer: Sabine Greunig Production Designer: Susanne Hopf Production Company: Rommel Film World Sale Address: The Match Factory GmbH Balthasarstr. 79-81 50670 Cologne / Germany World Sale E-Mail: info@matchfactory.de

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40 year old healthy Frank has been diagnosed with an Inoperable brain tumor and suddenly condemned to only a few months to live. It's a shock to a life seemingly on track with a steady job and a new house in the suburbs. But together Frank and his family push through with their daily life of work and school. Frank tries to cope with the difficulty of accepting the Inevitable: increasing symptoms of the illness and medical treatment. He uses his IPhone as a kind of emotional diary.The decision to home care Frank puts an immense strain on loving Simone and ends up distancing the family members as much as it keeps them together. A story about death that celebrates life.

World Sale Phone: +49 (0)221 539 709 0 Festival / Awards: Cannes Film Festival : Un Certain Regard Award (2011) Bavarian Film Awards : Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Production (2012) German Film Awards : Best Direction, Outstanding Feature Film (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Andreas Dresen was born in 1963, Andreas Dresen started shooting amateur films in 1979. From 1984 to 1985 he worked as a sound technician at the theater in Schwerin, and then apprenticed at the DEFA studio for film, working as assistent director with Günter Reisch. Andreas Dresen studied direction at the University for Film and TV 'Konrad Wolf' in Potsdam. Since 1992 he has been working as writer and director for both, TV and big screen as well as theater. In 1998 he became a member of the Academy of Arts BerlinBrandenburg.

Director’s Filmography:
Whisky mit Wodka (2009) Wolke 9 (2008) Sommer vorm Balkon (2005) Willenbrock (2005)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Submarino Submarino
2010-Blue Ray-105-Danish-Color-Denmark,Sweden

Director: Thomas Vinterberg Producer: Morten Kaufmann Cast: Jakob Cedergren, Peter Plaugborg, Patricia Schumann, Gustav Fischer Kjærulff, Morten Rose, Helene Reingaard Neumann, Dar Salim Screenplay: Jonas T. Bengtsson, Tobias Lindholm, Thomas Vinterberg Cinematographer: Charlotte Bruus Christensen Editor: Valdís Óskarsdóttir, Andri Steinn Sound Designer: Christian Howard Lund Music Composer: Kristian Eidnes Andersen Costume Designer: Margrethe Rasmussen Production Designer: Torben Stig Nielsen Production Company: Nimbus Film Productions World Sales Address: The Match Factory GmbH Balthasarstr. 79-81 50670 Cologne / Germany World Sales Email: info@matchfactory.de Festival / Awards:Bodil Awards : Tobias Lindholm (2010) Nordic Council : Thomas Vinterberg (2010)

A story about two estranged brothers, marked by a childhood of gloom. They were separated from each other at a young age by a tragedy that split their entire family. Today, Nick's life is drenched in alcohol and plagued by violence while his kid brother, a solo-parent, struggles as a junkie to give his son a better life. Their paths cross, making a confrontation inevitable, but is redemption possible?

Director’s Biography:
Thomas Vinterberg (born May 19, 1969 in Copenhagen, Denmark) got an early taste of critical success with “Last Round” (1993) his graduation short from the National Film School Of Denmark. The film received the Jury’s and Producers’ Awards at the International Student Film Festival in Munich and won 1st prize at the Tel Aviv Film Festival.

Director’s Filmography:
Selected Filmography: The Hunt (2012) When a Man Comes Home (2007) Dear Wendy (2004) It's All About Love (2003)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Super Nothing Super Nada
2012-Blue Ray-94-Portuguese-Color-Brazil

Director: Rubens Rewald, Rossana Foglia Producer: Rubens Rewald, Leonardo Mecchi Cast: Marat Descartes, Renata Jesion, Clarissa Kiste, Jair Rodrigues Screenplay: Rubens Rewald Cinematographer: Hélcio Alemão Nagamine Editor: Willem Dias Sound Designer: Gabriela Cunha Costume Designer: André Simonetti Production Designer: Farid Tavares Production Company: Confeitaria de Cinema World Sale Address: Leonardo Mecchi, R. Ana Catharina Randi, 155 Sao Paulo-SP 04637-130 Brazil World Sale E-Mail: leonardo.mecchi@yahoo.com

Guto, aspiring actor, dreams of hitting the big-time in São Paulo. He takes classes, rehearses, works out, auditions. He knows his big chance could find him any place, at any moment. His idol and role model is Zeca, an old-school TV comedian who even on his last legs still lives on in the hearts of a generation. When their paths intersect, Guto's luck begins to change. But is that really possible?

World Sale Phone: +55 11 99990 0515 Festival / Awards: Brasilia Film Festival : Best Actor Rio Film Festival : Best Film, New Paths and Special Prize For Jair Rodrigues

Director’s Biography:
Rubens Rewald directed the feature CORPO, in collaboration with Rossana Foglia, which opened at the Montreal Film Festival. He also directed the documentary Esperando Telê, in collaboration with Tales Ab'Sáber, plus the shorts Cânticos and Mutante. Super Nada is his second feature film.

Director’s Filmography:
Constar Canticos Mutante... Corpo e Esperando Tetê

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

The Double Steps Los Pasos Dobles
2011-Blue Ray-87-Bambara, French-Color-Spain, Switzerland

Director: Isaki Lacuesta Producer: Luisa Matienzo, Dan Wechsler Cast: Bokar Dembele, Alou Cissé, Hamadoun Kassogue, Miquel Barceló Screenplay: Isaki Lacuesta, Isa Campo Cinematographer: Diego Dussuel Editor: Domi Parra Sound Designer: Amanda Villavieja Music Composer: Gerard Gil Costume Designer: Christophe Mercier Production Designer: Sebastián Birchler Production Company: Tusitala P.C., Bord Cedre Films, Television Española World Sale Address: m-appeal, Prinzessinnenstr. 16 10969 Berlin Germany

The best way to escape from your pursuers without leaving any traces behind you is to walk backwards over your own footprints. This is what French artist and author François Augiéras believed as he painted every inch of the walls of a military bunker in the desert and let it sink into the sand so that no-one would find it till the 21st Century. Filmmaker Isaki lacuseta and painter Miquel Barceló evoke Augiéras's fascinating personality.

World Sale E-Mail: berlinoffice@m-appeal.com Festival / Awards: Guadalajara International Film Festival : Special Jury Award (2012) San Sebastián International Film Festival : Best Film (2011)

Director’s Biography:
Isaki Lacuesta was born into a family of Basque origins in Girona, Spain, in 1975. After his film studies, he took a course in Audio-visual Communication at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and later a Master Course in Documentary of Creation at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

Director’s Filmography:
El cuaderno de barro (Documentary) (2011) All Night Long (Documentary) (2010) The Condemned (2009) In Between Days (Documentary Short) (2009) Las variaciones Marker (Documentary Short) (2008)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

The End Of Love The End Of Love
2012-DCP-90-English-Color-USA

Director: Mark Webber Producer: Mark Webber, Elizabeth Destro, Matt Sprague, Mollie Engelhart Cast: Mark Webber, Shannyn Sossamon, Michael Cera, Jason Ritte, Amanda Seyfried, Aubrey Plaza, Frankie Shaw Screenplay: Mark Webber Cinematographer: Patrice Lucien Cochet Editor: Sven Pape Sound Designer: Ugo Derouard Costume Designer: Negar Ali Kline Production Designer: Michael Hersey Production Company: Poor Rich Kid World Sale Address: Visit Films, 173 Richardson Street,Brooklyn,NY, 11222

Mark is a struggling actor stuck between the life he once knew and the one waiting for him. When the mother of his two-year-old son suddenly passes away, Mark is forced to confront his shortcomings.Their fates now intertwined, hang in the balance as Mark grapples with his ability to grow up. When he meets Lydia, a young mother, he is no longer able to live in the comfort of denial.Set against the backdrop of Los Angeles, The End Of Love is an intimate and honest slice of life portrait of a father and son in transition.

World Sale E-Mail: info@visitfilms.com Festival / Awards: US Dramatic Competition (2012) Sundance Film Festival (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Mark Webber has appeared in over 35 films as an actor, working with such notable directors as Woody Allen, Todd Solondz, Jim Jarmusch, Thomas Vinterberg, Lars Von Trier and edgar Wright. Webber is honored to be a part of this year's Sundance Film Festival with "The End Of Love" (director) and "Save The Date" (actor) both in competition and "For A Good Time, Call" in premieres.

Director’s Filmography:
Explicit Ills (2008)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

The Entrepreneur L'industriale
2012-DVD-95-Arabic-Color-Lebanon

Director: Giuliano Montaldo Producer: Angelo Barbagallo Cast: Pier Francesco Favino, Carolina Crescentini, Eduard Gabia, Francesco Scianna, Elena Di Cioccio, Elisabetta Piccolomini, Andrea Tidona Screenplay: Giuliano Montaldo, Andrea Purgatori Cinematographer: Arnaldo Catinari Editor: Consuelo Catucci Music Composer: Andrea Morricone Costume Designer: Elisabetta Montaldo Production Company: BiBi Film, Rai Cinema, Film Commission Torino-Piemonte World Sale Address: Rai Trade Department Festival / Awards: 2 Gloden Globes to Arnaldo Catinari for the Best Photography and to Andrea Morricone for the Best Music 3 Social Movie Star Award to the actress Carolina Crescentini L.A.R.A. Award to the actor Francesco Scianna

The film is the story of Nicola, forty-years-old, who inherited a factory from his father in Turin, now on the verge of bankruptcy. Strangled by debt and the banks, the great economic crisis which stifles the whole planet, Nicola decides to solve his problems without any scruples, just as they would do the financial institutions. Laura, his wife, is more and more distant. He is losing her love, but he does nothing to bridge the gap that now separates them. Besieged by the workers who want to know their fate, he is now waiting to conclude a joint venture with a German company. Nicola feels that something is troubling that the only left certainty: his wife. But instead of opening his heart with Laura, he begins to suspect her and spy her. Everything falls. The Germans reject the agreement and Laura announces that she is going to divorce. Nicola goes crazy. Then the wheel of life turns and everything seems to go right again.

Director’s Biography:
Giuliano Montaldo is internationally renowned as one of the major contemporary directors of the Italian Cinema. Born in 1930 in Genoa, he started his career as an actor (Achtung! Banditi!, 1952; Cronache di poveri amanti, 1954). He made his debut as a director with the movie Tiro Al Piccione (1961), a film about the Partisan Resistance, on competition at the 1961 Venice Film Festival. After the success of his first film Montaldo has continued to direct many other movies which became milestones of the international contemporary cinema: Gott Mit Uns (1970), Sacco e Vanzetti (1971) e Giordano Bruno (1973), L'Agnese va a Morire (1976), Circuito Chiuso (1978), Marco Polo (1982), Gli Occhiali d'Oro (1987), Il Giorno Prima (1987), Tempo di Uccidere (1989), Le Stagioni dell'Aquila (1998), I Demoni di San Pietroburgo (2008) and the most recent L'industriale (2011). Recently, thanks to his brilliant career as director, he has been appointed “Cavaliere di Gran Croce”, one of the top honors of the Italian Republic.

Director’s Filmography:
The Demons of st. Peterburg(2008) Time to Kill (1989) Gold-rimmed spectacles(1987) The Day before(1987)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

The Orheim Company Kompani Orheim
2012-35mm-104-Norwegian-Color-Norway

Director: Arild Andresen Producer: Yngve Saether, Sigve Endresen Cast: Vebjorn Enger, Kristoffer Joner, Cecilie Mosli, Glenn Andre Viste Boe, Eili Harboe, Henrik Mestad, Rolf Kristian Larsen Screenplay: Lars Gudmestad, Tore Renberg,Arild Andresen Cinematographer: Philip Ogaard Editor: Vidar Flataukan Sound Designer: Hugo Ekornes Music Composer: Aslak Hartberg Costume Designer: Stina Lunde Production Designer: Ingeborg Kvamme Production Company: Motlys Film- og TV-prodution World Sale Address: NonStop Sales

Jarle is 24 when a phone call rouses him from his drunken sleep. It is his mother, telling him that his father is dead. Instead of sadness, Jarle is filled with anger and a sense of relief. The Orheim Company is a strong, human tale about a boy growing up with an alcoholic father, but also an energetic story about teenage lust, pain and passion about liberation and redemption.

Festival / Awards: Amanda Awards, Norway (2012) Goteborg International Film Festival : Dragon Award Best Nordic Film (2012) Films By The Sea, Vlissingen : Youth Jury Award (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Arild Andresen (born 1967) has directed in excess of 100 commercials for the Moland Film Company since 1999, and has received numerous national and international awards for his work in this field, as well as for other commissioned films he's directed. While commercials may have been his bread and butter, Andresen also worked on other productions before making his debut as a feature film director. He directed the short film Mary in 1999, and both wrote and directed the two shorts Pokerface (1996) and Sit Tight (2003).

Director’s Filmography:
The Liverpool Goalie (2010)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

The Right Way To Forget Tadashiku Wasureru
2011-Blue Ray-90-Japanese-Color-Japan

Director: Masayuki Inoue Producer: Mukau Nakamura Cast: Marie Ono, Mitsuyoshi Shinoda, Shota Sometani, Yasumi Yajima, Miho Fujima Screenplay: Masayuki Inoue Cinematographer: Satoshi Hirasawa Editor: Masayuki Inoue Sound Designer: Daisuke Ochiai Music Composer: Ryo Yoshida Production Designer: Leonardo Mecchi Production Company: Confeitaria de Cinema, Santa Lucía Cine World Sale Address: R. Heitor Penteado, 250 - Apt. 103M, São Paulo-SP, 05438-000, Brazil World Sale E-Mail: contato@confeitariadecinema.com.br

Haruko has a dream where her father, who committed suicide 5 years ago, is about to die. After the experience of that dream, she has to face the fading memory of the actual event from years ago. She spends her days with her boyfriend, who is worries about his own simple mindedness, and a young boy who lives everyday to the fullest. Haruko starts to find her own way, and the right way to forget. By facing the pain of guilt in 'forgetting,' she starts to live her own life again.

Festival / Awards: PFF Award Competition : Grand prize (2009)

Director’s Biography:
After graduating college, Masayuki Inoue started working for a TV production company. He directed the film, "Shinenai Yatsu" which was nominated for the 29th Pia Film Festival's 'PFF Award' in 2007. He has also directed short films, such as the critically acclaimed "Yushu no Bi." In 2009, he was once again nominated for the 39th Pia Film Festival's 'PFF Award' with his film "The Temperature Of A Second" while also winning the 'Grand Prize' as well as the 'Audience Prize' (Kobe).

Director’s Filmography:
Exit Tense (2006) The Temperature Of A Second (2008)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Valhalla Rising Valhalla Rising
2012-Blue Ray -93-English-Color-Denmark, UK

Director: Nicholas Winding Refn Producer: Johnny Andersen, Henrik Danstrup, Bo Ehrhardt Cast: Mads Mikkelsen, Jamie Sives, Gary Lewis, Alexander Morton, Maarten Stevenson Screenplay: Nicolas Winding Refn, Roy Jacobsen Cinematographer: Morten Søborg Editor: Mat Newman Sound Designer: Giles Lamb Music Composer: Peter Kyed Costume Designer: Gill Horn Production Designer: Laurel Wear Production Company: BBC Films, Belle Allee Productions, La NWR Film Productions, Nimbus Film Productions, One Eye Production, Savalas Audio PostProduction

For years One-Eye, a mute warrior of supernatural strength, has been held prisoner by the chieftain Barde. Aided by a boy, Are, he kills his captor and together they escape, beginning a journey into the heart of darkness. On their flight from bounty hunters, One-Eye and Are board a Viking vessel, but the ship is soon engulfed by an unknown land. As the new land reveals its secrets and the Vikings meet a ghastly fate, One-Eye discovers his true self.

World Sale Address: Wild Bunch 99 rue de la verrerie 75004 Paris World Sale E-Mail: festival@wildbunch.eu Festival / Awards: Amanda Awards, Norway : Best Foreign Feature Film (2012) Austin Film Critics Association : Best Director (2011) Cannes Film Festival : Best Director (2011)

Director’s Biography:
Nicholas Winding Refn (born 29th of November 1970 in Copenhagen) is a Danish film director and screenwriter. Winding Refn debuted as writer and director in 1996 with the movie “Pusher”. Since early 2012 he has been working on the thriller “Only God Forgives” which is set in Hong Kong. Nicholas Winding Refn is also known as advertising director. His TV spots for Danish “Tuborg” has won several Danish advertising awards.

Director’s Filmography:
Selected Filmography: Drive (2011) Bronson (2008) Miss Marple : Nemesis (TV movie) (2007) I 'm the Angel of Death : Pusher III (2005) With Blood on My Hands : Pusher II (2004)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

War Witch Rebelle
2012-DCP-90-French, Lingala-Color-Canada

Director: Kim Nguyen Producer: Pierre Even, Marie-Claude Poulin Cast: Rachel Mwanza, Alain Batien, Serge Kanyinda, Ralph Prosper, Mizinga Mwinga Screenplay: Kim Nguyen Cinematographer: Nicolas Bolduc Editor: Richard Comeau Sound Designer: Claude La Haye Costume Designer: Éric Poirier Production Designer: Emmanuel Fréchette Production Company: Item 7,Shen Studio World Sale Address: Films Distribution, 34 rue de Louvre, 75001 Paris, France. World Sale E-Mail: info@filmsdistribution.com

Komona, a 14 year old girl, tells her unborn child the story of how she became a rebel. It all began when she was 12; kidnapped by the rebel army, she was forced to carry a AK 47 and kill. Her only escape and friend is magician, a 15 year old boy who wants to marry her. Despite the horrors and daily grind of war, Komona and Magician fall in love. They thought they had escaped the war, but fate decided otherwise. In order to survive, Komona will need to return to where she came from and make amends with her past.Around them, war rages on. War Witch is a love story between two young souls caught in a violent world yet filled with beauty and magic.

Festival / Awards: 62nd Berlinale : Silver Bear for Actress (2012) Tribeca Film Festival : Best Narrative Feature (2012) Canadian Entry For The Oscars (2013)

Director’s Biography:
In 2002, Kim Nguyen wrote and directed his first feature film: Le Marais. The film received 6 Jutra nominations including Best Film and Best Director. His second feature, Truffe, which he wrote, directed and produced, stars Roy Dupuis and was the opening film at Montreal's FANTASIA Film Festival in 2008. It also garnered international awards including Best Film at the Karlovy Vary Fresh Film Festival. In 2009 he directed La Cité, an international coproduction starring Jean Marc Barr. War Witch, his latest feature was entirely shot in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in July 2011 and had it’s world premiere in competition at the Berlin International Film Festival.

Director’s Filmography:
Le Marais (2002) Truffe (2008) La Cité (2009)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

When Love Comes Dang Ai Lai De Shi Hou
2010-DVD-107-Chinese, MinNan, Mandarin-Color-Taiwan

Director: Chang Tso-Chi Producer: Tso-chi Chang, Joseph Liao Cast: Pinyi Li, Zihua He, Mengjie Gao, Wing Fan, Mengjie Gao, Yushun Lin, Yijie Li, Xuefeng Lu Screenplay: Tso-chi Chang Cinematographer: Chang Chan Editor: Tso-chi Chang Sound Designer: Mengjie Gao, Chaoming Chang Music Composer: Rueiran Wu, Sheng-Te Lin Costume Designer: Wang Zhou-ru Production Designer: Peng Weimin Production Company: Chang Tso-chi Film Studio World Sale Address: Wide Management 40, rue Sainte Anne 75002 Paris

Laichun, his father and two mothers, uncle and grandfather are of different generations, so everyone thinks differently. The father is the head of the family, and because he believes he must continue on the family name ends up taking two wives. His first wife also feels the same, and so accepts a second wife. Laichun feels the abyss between her and her parents and ends up getting pregnant, but her boyfriend is not liable. When her father is hospitalized, he begins to understand his father and two mothers. She is finally growing.

World Sale E-Mail: infos@widemanagement.com Festival / Awards: Golden Horse Film Festival Best Screenplay : Hei an zhi guang (1999) Singapore International Film Festival Best Asian Feature Film : The Best of Times (2001)

Director’s Biography:
Chang Tso-chi (born 1961, Chiayai, Taiwan) graduated in film and drama from the Chinese Culture University and worked as an assistant director to Tsui Hark and Hou Hsiao-Hsien among others. He next directed TV dramas and wrote and directed a stage play for Taiwan's National Theatre.

Director’s Filmography:
10+10 (segment "Sparkles") (2011) How Are You, Dad? (2009) Soul of a Demon (2008) Hei an zhi guang (1999)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Wild Horse from Shangri-La Le cheval sauvage de Shangri
2009-DVD-83-Mandarin-Color-China

Director: Gigo Lee Producer: Ning Lee, Dennis Chan Cast: Gendun Hodsad Screenplay: Dennis Chan, Zhaopei Gan, Gigo Lee Cinematographer: Pak Hung Chim Editor: Yu Shu Music Composer: Tommy Wai Production Company: Golden Network Asia

In the mountains of Shangri-La, Geza is renowned as the fastest runner in Yunnan province. When his sister falls desperately ill, he decides to compete in a marathon and pay for her operation with the prize money. But first he must run across China to get to the starting line.

Director’s Biography:
Gigo Lee is a seasoned cinematographer with twenty years of experience in the film industry. Gigo Lee has woked with Derek Yee and Lawrence Ah Mon. He has shot several classic Hong Kong movies including Andy Lau´s Lee Rock, Jackie Chan´s City Hunter and Crystal Kwok´s Mistress.

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

Wild Strawberries Les fraises des bois
2012-DCP-108-French-Color-France

Director: Dominique Choisy Producer: Agnes Valley, Emmanuel Barraux Cast: Juliette Damiens, Julien Lambert, Stéphane Lara, Nathalie Richard, Jean-Michel Noirey, Yannick Becquelet, Jacqueline Gautier, Jean-Louis Liget, Hélène Cauët, Stéphane Piasentin, Karine Dedeurwaerder Screenplay: Dominique Choisy Cinematographer: Laurent Coltelloni, Alexis Kavyrchine, Julien Roux Editor: Isabelle Debraye Sound Designer: Luq Lebel Costume Designer: Céline Mombert Production Designer: Céline Mombert Production Company: 31 Juin Films World Sale Address: Contre-Allée Distribution, 16, rue Bleue 75009 Paris.

Violette lives in the heart of the French countryside with her parents, who are rich farm owners. Gabriel works at a supermarket checkout. These two inconspicuous characters may appear to have little history, but they are suffocating in their daily lives, and both hide dark secrets. From hesitant meetings to chance encounters, in the course of the seasons they will travel an unpredictable path as they seek to break free of their chains and resort to radical solutions.

World Sale E-Mail: contre-allee@hotmail.fr

Director’s Biography:
Alumnus of the IDHEC, he worked as an editor for France 3. Director of five short films, he won the International Critics (FIPRESCI) at the International Film Festival of Mar del Plata 2001 for his first feature film ‘Modern Comfort’, released in 2000.

Director’s Filmography:
Modern Comforts (2000)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

With You, Without you Oba Nathuwa Oba Ekka
2012-DCP-90-Sinhala,Tamil-Color-Sri Lanka, India

Director: Prassanna Vithanage Producer: Mohamed Adamaly, Lasantha Nawarathna Cast: Anjali Patil, Shyam Fernando, Wasantha Moragoda, Maheshwarie Ratnam Screenplay: Prassanna Vithanage Cinematographer: M.D. Mahindapala Editor: A. Sreekar Prasad Sound Designer: Tapas Nayak Music Composer: Lakshman Joseph De Saram Production Designer: Rob Nevis Festival / Awards: London, Montreal, Fukuoka, IFFI, Kerala, Bengaluru. Best Actress : IFFI, Goa.

The film set in post war Sri Lanka brings us close to two characters who collide quite accidentally and through them we experience the deep and seemingly unbridgeable chasm that conflict almost always creates. Will love help them cross the bridge? Or will the past continue to color the present? A man and a woman from the two ends of the thirty year old bloody civil war in Sri Lanka discover that the color of love is blue and life shades of grey.

Director’s Biography:
Born in 1962, Prasanna Vithanage’s opus of six previous films has made him one of the Sri Lanka’s leading filmmakers with a worldwide critical and popular reputation. In 2008 Vithange produced the hit comedy “Machan” an I International Company Production directed by Uberto Pasolini.

Director’s Filmography:
Akasa Kusum (2008) August Sun (2003) Death on a Full Moon Day (1997) Walls Within (1997) Anantha Rathriya (1996)

Global Cinema
PIFF 2013

38 Witnesses 38 témoins
2012-Digi Beta-104-French-Color-France

Director: Lucas Belvaux Producer: Yvan Attal, Patrick Quinet, Patrick Sobelman Cast: Yvan Attal, Sophie Quinton, Nicole Garcia, François Feroleto, Natacha Regnier, Didier Sandre, Patrick Descamps. Screenplay: Lucas Belvaux, Didier Decoin Cinematographer: Pierric Gantelmi d'Ille Editor: Ludo Troch Sound Designer: Henri Morelle Music Composer: Arne Van Dongen Costume Designer: Nathalie Raoul Production Designer: Frederique Belvaux Production Company: Agat Films & Cie, Artémis Productions, France 3 Cinéma World Sale Address: Films Distribution

Louise returns home to discover that while she was away on business in China her street was the scene of a crime. There were no witnesses. Everybody was asleep. Apparently.Pierre, Louise's husband, was at work. Apparently.As days go by, Louise learns that thirty-eight people saw or heard something.That Pierre was home that night. He heard. He saw. One of thirty-eight, keeping silent, lying...One of thirty-eight, her husband.

World Sale E-Mail: www.filmsdistribution.com Festival / Awards: Rotterdam Film Festival (2012)

Director’s Biography:
Lucas Belvaux was born in Belgium in 1961. In 1979, he moved to Paris to become an actor. A year later, his performance as the lead in Yves Boisset's Allons z'enfants launched his career. In the next ten years, Lucas worked with directors such as Jacques Rivette, Claude Chabrol, Claude Goretta, Olivier Assayas and Marco Ferreri. In 1991, he made his directorial debut, Parfois trop d'amour, but it was with Just for Laugh! in 1996 that he made his name as a director.

Director’s Filmography:
Sometimes too much Love (1992) Just for Laugh! (1996) Strange Couple (2002) Running (2002) After the Life (2002) The Right of the Weakest (2006) Rapt(2009)

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