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Robin Sykes’s “In The Game” (“La Finale”) won the Grand Prize and best actor award for Thierry Lhermitte at the 21st edition of Alpe d’Huez Comedy Film Festival.

“In The Game” follows a teenager (Rayanne Bensetti) who is forced by his parents to watch over his grand-father (Lhermitte) during the weekend and takes him on a road trip to Paris where he has planned on participating in a basketball finale.

Produced by 2425 Films and distributed in France by Ugc Distribution, “In The Game” is being represented in international markets by Orange Studio which kicks off sales at the UniFrance Rendez-Vous with French Cinema in Paris.

The Jury prize was awarded to Philippe Mechelen and Julien Hervé’s “Le Doudou” which stars Kad Merad a father on a doomed mission find his daughter’s lost comforter across the Roissy airport near Paris. The film was produced by Eskwad and is being handled by Pathe which

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Ascot Elite inks German deals for six from Efm Exclusive: John Travolta, Benoit Magimel, Rossif Sutherland titles head to German-speaking Europe.

Ascot Elite has finalised deals on six Efm titles for German-speaking Europe and Switzerland.

The outfit has acquired all rights for the thriller I Am Wrath, starring John Travolta, Rebecca de Mornay and Sam Trammell, from Hannibal Classics.

Travolta stars as a man out for justice after a group of corrupt police officers are unable to catch his wife’s killer.

From Xyz, Ascot Elite picked up thriller Operation Avalanche, actor-director Matt Johnson’s 1960’s conspiracy thriller about four undercover CIA agents who undercover a major conspiracy when they are sent to Nasa posing as a documentary film crew.

From Voltage, the company struck a deal for supernatural thriller Bedeviled, about a diabolical app which terrorizes a group of teens.

The Vang Brothers’ thriller stars Saxon Sharbino, Brandon Soo Hoo, Bonnie Morgan, Robyn Cohen and Matty Finochio.

Meanwhile, following a deal

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Snd bumps up Rdv slate with Jean Reno, Romain Duris titles Jean Reno stars in Family Heist as master thief who teams up with long-lost daughters.

French outfit Snd has boarded international sales and local distribution rights to art theft comedy caper Family Heist and romantic drama The Confession ahead of Unifrance’s annual Rendez-vous with French Cinema in Paris next week (Jan 14-18).

Pascal Bourdiaux’s Family Heist stars Jean Reno as a master thief who enlists the support of his long-lost daughters on an ambitious robbery aimed at exacting revenge on a double-crossing, former partner.

French stand-up and big screen comedy actresses Camille Chamoux and Reem Kherici play the two contrasting half-sisters who have inherited their father’s con artist skills.

Reno is set for a high-profile year. He will hit screens at home and abroad in French comedy The Visitors: Bastille Day this spring and also has roles in Sean Penn’s upcoming The Last Face and the historical drama The Promise.

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Snd has come on board Nicolas Boukhrief’s WWII-set romance drama “The Confession,” the helmer’s follow-up to gritty contempo thriller “Made in France,” and Pascal Bourdiaux’s comedy adventure “Family Heist,” with Jean Reno (“The Da Vinci Code,” “The Squad”).

Now in production, “The Confession” toplines Romain Duris (“The New Girlfriend,” “The Beat That My Heart Skipped”) and Marina Vacth (“Young and Beautiful”). The period drama turns on a young woman who confesses, while lying on her deathbed, that she fell in love with a priest in Occupied France during the Second World War.

Boukhrief’s latest film, “Made in France,” follows a journalist who infiltrates a jihadist cell in Paris. Pic, which was shot before the Charlie Hebdo and recent Paris terror attacks, will soon by released in France. “The Confession” marks a departure for Boukhrief who is known for directing high-voltage, bold genre films such as “Off Limits” and “Cash Truck.

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Afm: Indie Sales Clinches Global Deals on Stefano Sollima’s ‘Suburra’ (Exclusive) Stefano Sollima’s crime thriller “Suburra,” the spinoff movie of Netflix’s daring first original series in Italian, has proven a hit for Nicolas Escbach’s banner Indie Sales, which has locked deals with major distributors around the world.

Produced by Cattelya, “Suburra” explores the Roman organized crime world through the tale of a gangster known as the Samurai. He wants to turn the waterfront of a small town close to Rome into a gambling mecca and receives protection from a corrupt politician and a powerful cardinal.

“Suburra” has sold to the U.K. (Kaleidoscope), Finland (Cinema Mondo), the former Yugoslavia (Megacom), Greece (Strada), Australia/New Zealand (Madman) and South Korea (World Cinema). Haut & Court will distribute in France.

Pic has grossed 4 million Euros in its first two weeks in Italy, where it is being distributed by Rai Cinema.

Based on a novel by Giancarlo de Cataldo (“Romanzo Criminale”) and

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Intl. Film Award: Gaumont’s Bets on Rising Talent Pays off at Box Office Since hitting a nerve with the worldwide B.O. smash hit “The Intouchables” (6 million), Gaumont has ramped up its commitment to debut features and has turned into Gaul’s film champion for diverse young talents emerging from France’s Web, TV, stage and street culture.

That strategy has delivered: In a gloomy year marked by a wave of big-budget B.O. bombs, Gaumont’s theatrical distribution biz, which is headed by Francois Clerc, managed to generate an estimated 7 million from 12.3 million admissions with 14 Gallic movies.

Among France’s indie distributors, Gaumont outperformed Pathe, Studiocanal, Ugc and EuropaCorp, and ranked second to Metropolitan Filmexport, which sold 12.5 million admissions with twice as many films, including Hollywood franchises like “The Hunger Games.”

While the Gallic major released a couple of English-language films — “The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet” and “Two Mothers” — in France last year with less-than-stellar results, Gaumont has been pulling its

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While the overseas market for French-language films is becoming increasingly competitive, Gaumont’s international sales team is proving, market after market, that buyers are still game to venture off the beaten path to find gems.

“Our motto at Gaumont is ‘Stay local to be international,’ and we stand by it. Unless you’re handling a franchise, the only factor that can help a movie cross borders today is not a cast but a good local story that people can relate to or a truly original concept,” says Cecile Gaget, who was upped head of international sales in 2010 and brought in Yohann Comte, a cinephile with an auteur-friendly sensibility and background in finance, as deputy head of sales.

Gaget and Comte were later joined by international sales manager Adeline Falampin, a dynamic, well-rounded and highly personable executive. Together they form a complementary team with experience ranging from arthouse shingles to bigger media groups.

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While the overseas market for French-language films is becoming increasingly competitive, Gaumont’s international sales team is proving, market after market, that buyers are still game to venture off the beaten path to find gems.

“Our motto at Gaumont is ‘Stay local to be international,’ and we stand by it. Unless you’re handling a franchise, the only factor that can help a movie cross borders today is not a cast but a good local story that people can relate to or a truly original concept,” says Cecile Gaget, who was upped head of international sales in 2010 and brought in Yohann Comte, a cinephile with an auteur-friendly sensibility and background in finance, as deputy head of sales.

Gaget and Comte were later joined by international sales manager Adeline Falampin, a dynamic, well-rounded and highly personable executive. Together they form a complementary team with experience ranging from arthouse shingles to bigger media groups.

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Paris — Attending the UniFrance Rendez-Vous market in Paris, Cecile Gaget, the head Gaumont International since 2010, took the time to comment on the company’s standing within the French industry, its acquisition strategy and evolving business model.

Closely collaborating with Gaumont’s chair Sidonie Dumas, Gaget has been a driving force behind the company’s financial success and global outreach. Last year, Gaumont replaced Pathe as France’s n.1 indie distributor.

Considered one of France’s top sales exec, along with Wild Bunch’s co-founder Vincent Maraval, Gaget is being credited for forging ties with Gaul’s top producers as well as international filmmakers and distributors. She’s also participated in the financing of some of Gaumont’s most internationally driven films, including Fred Cavaye’s million “Mea Culpa,” a Fox pickup; and million toonpic “Ballerina,” from “Intouchables” production shingle Quad.

Variety: How does 2014 look like for Gaumont and what are

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Gaumont’s Paris or Perish packs in sales Exclusive: Comedy is directorial debut of popular comedienne French Reem Kherici.

French studio Gaumont has been racking up sales on French comedienne Reem Kherici’s directorial debut Paris or Perish (Paris à tout prix).

Sao Paolo-based California Filmes has struck a multi-territory deal for Argentina, Paraguay, Uraguay, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela, which includes also pay-tv for the region except in Mexico. Ugo Sorrentino’s Art Film has taken the picture for Brazil.

The film has also sold to Canada (Niagara), South Korea (Dreamwest Pictures), Taiwan (Encore Film), Germany, Austria and Germany-speaking Switzerland (Polyband), the rest of Switzerland (Praesens), Italy (Europictures), Benelux (uDream), Portugal (Lusomundo), Cis (All Media), former Yugoslavia (Tuck), Middle East (Four Star) and Turkey (D Production).

Gaumont Distribution is due to release the film in France mid-July.

The film is the latest production from Eric and Nicolas Altmayer’s Paris-based production house Mandarin Cinema.

Kherici, best known internationally for her role alongside [link=nm

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Chicago – In our latest edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: DVD, we have 10 DVDs up for grabs to “Oss 117: Lost in Rio” as well as 3 DVDs to South Korean thriller “Seven Days” with Yunjin Kim of ABC’s “Lost”!

“Oss 117: Lost in Rio” stars Jean Dujardin, Louise Monot, Rüdiger Vogler, Alex Lutz, Reem Kherici, Pierre Bellemare and Ken Samuels. “Seven Days” stars Yunjin Kim, Mi-suk Kim, Hie-sun Park, Myeong-su Choi, Hang-Seon Jang, Dong-hwan Jeong and Kwang-rok Oh.

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The movie poster for “Oss 117: Lost in Rio” with Jean Dujardin and Louise Monot.

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Chicago – It’s no mystery why the appeal of spy satires transcend the boundaries of time and culture. Clueless detectives with a bloated sense of self-importance are great comic punching bags. Everyone loves seeing a doofus get his head slammed in a door, whether that doofus be Inspector Clouseau or Lt. Frank Drebin or countless other law officers who could easily blend in with the Keystone Kops.

Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath, the French spy better known as Oss 117, was created by author Jean Bruce as a straightforward hero. The character was featured in several ’60s thrillers that were meant to be serious competitors with the James Bond franchise. But in 2006, director Michel Hazanavicius decided to do for the outdated character what Austin Powers did for Bond. His picture, “Oss 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies” was a gloriously nutty delight, with a smashing lead performance by Jean Dujardin, who

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Summer Indie Film Preview Yes, we're excited to see "Iron Man 2," "Inception" and God help us, "Predators." But what we're really looking forward to spending a few hours in the company of an undertaking Bill Murray ("Get Low"), an Italian-speaking Tilda Swinton ("I Am Love") and a toga-wearing Rachel Weisz ("Agora") in the comfort of air-conditioned theater over the next three months. (Either that or we'll be enjoying them from the comfort of home online, on demand or on DVD.)

There are no less than 114 independently produced movies arriving in theaters this summer to compete with the big studio blockbusters and we've compiled this helpful guide that covers all of them. Yet realizing that the latest arthouse and foreign fare is subject to changing dates, particularly if you don't live in Los Angeles or New York, we've also included links to follow the films on Twitter, Facebook and release schedules where available, so

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