Les Films du Losange has unveiled a fresh round of deals on French filmmaker Mia Hansen-Løve’s drama One Fine Morning ahead of its world premiere in Directors’ Fortnight.
It has been sold to Sweden (Nonstop), Denmark and Norway (Another World Entertainment Norway), Iceland (Myndform), Lithuania (Scanorama), Estonia (Bestfilm Eu), Latvia (Sia Best Film), Hungary (Cirko Film), Slovenia (Fivia), Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia, North Macedonia (Megacom), and Poland (Galapagos).
The feature is lead produced by David Thion and Philippe Martin at Paris-based Les Films Pelléas with co-producers Arte France Cinema, Germany’s Razor Film and Mubi, which also holds UK, Ireland, India and Turkey rights.
Previously announced deals include to Germany and Austria (Weltkino), Spain (Elastica), Benelux (Cherry Pickers), South Korea (Challan), Australia and New Zealand (Palace Films), Greece (Weird Wave), Portugal (Alambique) and Taiwan (Andrews Film).
Les Films du Losange holds French rights.
Léa Seydoux plays a single mother who embarks on a passionate affair with a long-lost friend while in the process of trying to secure proper care for her father, who is suffering from a neurodegenerative disease. Nicole Garcia, Melvil Poupaud and Pascal Greggory also feature in the cast.
Paris-based Les Films du Losange launched the film on the market during the 2021 edition of Cannes, just days after it had finished shooting. It is Hansen-Løve’s eighth film after Bergman Island which debuted in Competition in Cannes last year.
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