Paris-based Gemini Films has closed a US deal on ChristopherHonore's In Pariswith IFC Films. The deal was negotiated by Elizabeth Perlie for Gemini andJonathan Sehring for IFC.

In Parishad its world premiere in the Cannes Directors Fortnight this year. It starsRomain Duris and Louis Garrel as brothers. Other deals struck on the titleinclude the UK (Artificial Eye), Australia (Potential Films), Belgium (LesFilms De L'Elysee) Switzerland (Mont Blanc) and Portugal (Atalanta).

During the AFM, Perlie has also closed two major deals onpolitical thriller/caper movie A Few Days In September, starring Juliette Binoche, Nick Nolteand John Turturro. The film, which premiered in official selection in Venice,has now gone to Koch Lorber in the US and Lime Tree Entertainment in SouthKorea.

A Few Days In September has also gone to Canada (Maple Pictures), Mexico (CineVideo Y TV), Transmedia (UK) Benelux (Lumiere), Spain (Manga), Scandinavia(Noble), Russia (Twister Video), Australia (Aztec), the Czech Republic andHungary (SPI), Brazil (Europa Filmes), Turkey (D Productions) and a host ofsmaller territories.