Cannes Competition Entry ‘EO’ With Isabelle Huppert Sells To France

particular: French Distributor arp selection just achieved Cannes competition film EO By Polish veteran Jerzy Skolimowski.

The film is a vision of modern Europe as seen through the eyes of a donkey. Hanway Films is managing sales worldwide and the deal was negotiated by Gabrielle Stewart and Michele Halberstadt of ARP.

EO Scopia Film and is presented by Jeremy Thomas and stars Sandra Drizzimalska, Isabel Huppert, Lorenzo Zurzolo and Mateusz Kosciuszcz. Pic was produced by Eva Piascowska, Jerzy Skolimowski and Eileen Taska.

Jeremy Thomas is the executive producer. The screenplay was written by Eva Piascoska and Jerzy Skolimowski.

Here’s the official synopsis of the film: “The world is a mysterious place when seen through the eyes of an animal. Eo, a gray donkey with sad eyes, meets good and bad people on his life path, experiences joy and pain, the wheel of fortune randomly turning his luck into disaster and his despair into unexpected joy. Is. But he does not lose his innocence even for a moment.

We’ve heard good things about the attention-seeking film. dash le quattro volte And truffle hunters, it may be a balm in times of rising global anxiety and tension, not least because of the conflict in Europe. If the first image (above) of the film is anything to go by, it could be a very beautiful film too. No doubt about the hasty reference to the Cannes Croisette, embattled journalists would affectionately refer to it as an “ass movie”.

Michel Halberstadt commented: “We were blown away by the poetry, the beauty, the emotion Jerzy Skolimovsky is able to express with so much grace and simplicity. It’s nice to be reminded that we humans are just another kind of animal.”

Jeremy Thomas said: “We are all very happy to be working with our friends at ARP and feel we have the best home possible EO,

Skolomowski and Thomas have a long-standing relationship that began after Thomas produced his second film, yell outWho won the Grand Prix du Jury at Cannes in 1978. Skolomoski and Thomas also collaborated. essential Killingwho won the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival and the Volpi Cup for Best Actor, and 11 minutes Which was also displayed at the competition in Venice.

Hanway Films’ ear market Slate also features Meg Ryan what happens after starring Ryan and David Duchovny; Uberto Pasolini’s Return Starring Ralph Fiennes and Juliette Binoche; branded, an origin story of organized crime gangs in America’s prison system, directed by Kieron Hawks; Stefano Mordini’s 2 wins Starring Ricardo Scamarcio, Daniel Brühl and Volker Bruch; and Kitty Green’s social thriller Royal Hotel,