Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris has been sold to several more territories ahead of its world premiere as the opening film at Cannes, including to Italy, Germany and Latin America.

Imagina has secured a spate of key deals on the film in the lead up to Berlin, most notably to Medusa for Italy, Concorde for Germany, Sun Distribution for Latin America and Paradiso for Benelux.

Other territory deals include Portugal (Lusomundo), Scandinavia (Scanbox), Switzerland (Frenetic), Russia (Central Partnership), Romania (Prorom), Poland (Kino Swiat), Israel (Shapira), Hong Kong (Golden Scene) and Taiwan (Catchplay).

Sony Picture Classics has already secured US distribution rights and Mars Films will release the film in France at the same time as its world premiere at Cannes on May 11.

Midnight In Paris is a romantic comedy about a family travelling to the French capital for business, starring Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Marion Cotillard, Kathy Bates, Michael Sheen and Adrien Brody.

It is the third Woody Allen film that MediaPro and Gravier Productions have worked on together following their successful collaboration on Vicky Cristina Barcelona and You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger.

Other territories are already in talks with Imagina and the company hopes to close more pre-sales in Berlin.