Voltage Pictures has reported strong business at its maidenCannes, headed up by multi-territory sales on the Moscow-set horror picture After.
Rightswent to Optimum in the UK, Amuse in Japan, Alpha Filmes in Brazil, CentralPartnership in Russia, Belga in Benelux, Village Roadshow in Greece, LNK inPortugal, and Gulf Films in the Middle East.
John Stimpson's ghost story The Legend Of LucyKeyes starring Julie Delpy went to Falcomin Germany, Flashstar in Brazil, Quality in Mexico, Central Partnership in Russiaand Roadshow in Greece.
The project is currently in post production and also sold toLNK in Portugal, RTL in Hungary, Gulf Films in the Middle East, and Nu Metro inSouth Africa.
Jamie Babbit's family drama The Quiet starring Elisha Cuthbert went to Take Off in France,Pony Canyon in Japan, Alpha Filmes in Brazil, Village Roadshow in Greece, LNKin Portugal, and Nordisk in Scandinavia.
Matthew Cole Weiss' comedy Standing Still with Colin Hanks and Mena Suvari sold to CentralPartnership in CIS, Quality in Mexico, Village Roadshow in Greece, Belga inBenelux, LNK in Portugal, and Nordisk in Scandinavia. Rights also went to RTLin the Czech Republic, Gulf Films in the Middle East, Jiants in Thailand, andNu Metro in South Africa.
Voltage was set up by sales agent Nicolas Chartier andproducer Dean Devlin less than three months ago, and will commence pre-sales onthe sci-fi project Isobar this summer.
'We are very happy. Tired, but happy,' Chartiersaid. 'It was a really good first Cannes for us.'