Ealing Studios International has reported a number of deals closed during Cannes Market.
Oliver Parker's Dorian Gray, which was announced during Cannes, has been sold to Alliance Films for Canada, the UK, Spain, Italy and Scandinavia (releases will be handled by respective subsidiaries Alliance, Momentum and Aurum and partners Eagle and Scanbox).
Also, the project sold to Germany (Concorde), Australia and New Zealand (Village Roadshow), Greece (Odeon), and Poland (Best). Ben Barnes is set to star in the 1888-set Oscar Wilde adaptation.
Also, Richard Eyre's The Other Man sold to Benelux (A Film), Latin America (California Films), Australia and New Zealand (Village Roadshow), the Middle East (Prime Pictures), Greece (Village Roadshow), Turkey (TMC), Portugal (Costello Lopes), Poland (Best Film), FYROM (Karantanijia) and Romania (ProRom). Luis De Val's new venture Wide Pictures acquired the rights for Spain. Other deals are expected to close in the coming weeks.
The Other Man stars Liam Neeson, Laura Linney and Antonio Banderas in the story of a husband who finds strange emails to his wife from another man.
Further sales are expected to be confirmed in the coming weeks.
Head of sales and distribution for Ealing Studios International, Natalie Brenner, said: 'We are particularly delighted with the success of our sales slate in Cannes this year because it has marked a significant step in the desired direction. Establishing new relationships with first rate companies such as Alliance Films and A Films, and continuing to work with old friends like Village Roadshow and Concorde was part of the Ealing Studios dream when we established our sales arm 18 months ago.'