Twenty-three feature film projects from across Europe havesigned up for the third annual EuroForum co-production market, held March 9-11during Spain's Las Palmas International Film Festival (March 4-12), which kicksoff tomorrow with Paul Weitz's inaugural film In Good Company.
Fatih Akin's new comedy Soul Kitchen,bullfighters-in-training tale The Sweet Life from Spanishproducer-distributor Alta Films,Australian Susan Jacobson's UK-backed drama Turning The Pages,and Miguel Alcantud's English-language Anastezsi from Spanish, UK andItalian partners are just some of the projects to be presented.
Among the three-dozen producers, distributors and investorsexpected to attend are The Coproduction Office, Intuition Films, KanZaman,F&ME and Spice Factory.
The competition line-up for the Las Palmas festivalincludes: To Take A Wife (Israel), Tony Takitani (Jap), ContraTodos (Br), The World (China), In The Battlefields(Lib-Fr-Belg), Un Minuto De Silencio (Arg-Sp), Las Mantenidas SinSuenos (Arg-Sp), Vendues (Fr), Seven Times Lucky (Can), 90Millas (Sp) and 15 Dias Contigo (Sp).
Danny Boyle's Millions will close the festival.