Post-Cannes deals include French acquisition of Le Quattro Volte and Czech deal for Tender Son — The Frankenstein Project.

Philippe Bober’s Coproduction Office is continuing to rack up sales on two films from Cannes: Tender Son – The Frankenstein Project by Kornél Mundruczó and Le Quattro Volte by Michelangelo Frammartino.

Tender Son has been adopted by Pool in Austria, Artcinema for the CIS and Baltics, Cinemart in Czech Republic, Era New Horizons in Poland, Clorofilm in Romania, A Plus Cinema in Bulgaria, and Megacom for the territories of former Yugoslavia, which now makes a total of 16 territories sold.

Meanwhile, Le Quattro Volte has gone to Les Films du Losange in France, NFP in Germany, Alta Classics in Spain, Filmladen in Austria, Anjou Lafayette in Hungary, Ost for Paradis in Denmark, Era New Horizons in Poland, Clorofilm in Romania, A Plus Cinema in Bulgaria, Magacom in the territories of former Yugoslavia, Potential Films in Australia and New Zealand, Zeta Films in Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina, Mostra Internacional in Brazil, Irib Media Trade in Iran, Fimware in Taiwan and Zazie films in Japan. Coproduction Office has now closed more than 25 deals on the title.

Continuing their festival journeys, both films picked up awards at the International Munich Film Festival a few days ago: Tender Son won the Jury prize while Le Quattro Volte won the Cinevision Award.

Coproduction Office has also clinched another deal on a film on its current slate: Women Without Men, last year’s Venice Silver Lion winner by Iranian director and video-artist Shirin Neshat, has been acquired by KMBO in France.