Benelux distributor Cineart has snapped up many of the most high-profile arthouse titles on offer at the EFM over the past few days
It has acquired Andrea Arnold’s Wuthering Heights, starring Gemma Arterton and Ed Westwick, and David Cronenberg’s The Talking Cure from HanWay Films.
It has also taken Ken Loach’s Route Irish, which is being sold by Wild Bunch, although Cineart did the deal with co-producers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne’s Les Films Du Fleuve. It has also taken Francois Ozon’s Potiche The French Housewife, which is also being sold by Wild Bunch.
Meanwhile, Cineart has picked up Antoine Delesvaux and Joann Sfar’s The Rabbi’s Cat from TFI; The Tree, starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, from Memento; Lola Doillon’s In Your Hands from Elle Driver, Luca Guadagnino’s I Am Love (Io Sono L’Amore), starring Tilda Swinton, from The Works and Susanne Bier’s Revenge from Trust Nordisk.