The Montreal-based sales division of eOne has concluded a raft of deals on Xavier Dolan’s imminent Cannes Competition world premiere.

Xavier Dolan

Anick Poirier and her team retain US rights to the all-star family drama after closing deals in: Germany (Weltkino), Australia (Transmission), Latin America (California Filmes), Benelux (ABC Cinemien), Scandinavia/Iceland (Scanbox), Spain (Avalon), Switzerland (Praesens), Portugal (Alambique), and Greece/Cyprus (Seven Films).

Seville International has licensed rights in: Turkey (Kurmaca), Poland (Hagi), Russia/CIS (A-One Films), former Yugoslavia (Discovery Films), Czech/Slovak Republics (Aerofilms), Romania (Independenta), Baltic States (Spektr), Israel (Lev Films), South Korea (At9 Films), Hong Kong (Edko), China (Lemon Tree), Taiwan (Filmware International), and ancillary sales to Skeye Inflight Entertainment. 

Previously announced sales include: the UK (Curzon Artificial Eye), Italy‎ (Lucky Red) and Japan (Pictures Dept). In Cannes, Seville International will focus on securing sales in the U.S., the last remaining major territory. Seville International is handling international sales of the film around the world, excluding France where the film is being handled by

Seville represented all rights except in France, where MK2 handles the film and will distribute through Diaphana/MK2. Les Films Séville will release in Quebec on September 21.

Nathalie Baye, Vincent Cassel, Marion Cotillard, Léa Seydoux and Gaspard Ulliel star in It’s Only The End Of The World (Juste La Fin Du Monde), a Canada-France co-production, produced by Nancy Grant and Dolan of Sons Of Manual, Nathanaël Karmitz of MK2, and Sylvain Corbeil.