Fandango Portobello has kicked off international sales for The Salt Of Life (Gianni E Le Donne), the second film by Roman film-maker and Gomorrah co-writer Gianni Di Gregorio.
The Sao Paulo International Film Festival kicked off on October 22 with a guest-only screening of Ken Loach’s Looking For Eric as festival staff prepared to unveil more than 400 titles in the line-up, including new local films, festival favourites and world premieres.
Dir: David Trueba. Spain. 2000. 115mins.Prods: Fernando Trueba PC, Buenavida Producciones. Backers: Amiguetes Entertainment, TVE, Via Digital. Domestic dist: Lola Distribucion. Intl sales: Lolafilms (34) 91 436 7400. Prod: Cristina Huete. Scr: David Trueba. DoP: Javier Aguirresarobe. Sound: Pierre
Gianni Di Gregorio's Mid-August Lunch (Pranzo di ferragosto), a Venice Critics' Week selection which scooped up the De Laurentiis/Filmauro sponsored $100,000 Lion of the Future prize, has enjoyed multi territory sales at Toronto, cutting deals with France (Le Pacte), Germany (Pandora), Benelux