For its second edition, the Arc 1950 co-production village selected 20 projects of 11 different nationalities.

The 20 features selected for discussion and potential funding include three titles with UK directors: Dominic Murphy’s (White Lightnin’) comedyCassandra at the Wedding, produced by Film & Music Entertainment (UK) in co-production with New Holland Pictures (New-Zealand); Dylan McNeil’s feature debut Monkey Paradise, to be produced by Cinema Defacto (France); Trilogy, to be produced by Ipso Facto Films (UK) and directed by brothers David and Keith Lynch; and Danish director Ole Christian Madsen’s Eik with Nimbus Film.

The full list of projects selected for the co-production village can be found here.

The second Les Arcs European Film Festival runs (Dec 11-18) in Bourg St Maurice, Region Rhone-Alpes, France.