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Source: Cannes Film Festival

Cannes Marché du Film

The Marché du Film at the Cannes Film Festival (May 14-25) has announced the festivals and projects that will take part in its Goes to Cannes showcase (May 18-20).

Five international film festivals have been invited to programme work-in-progress projects actively seeking a sales agent, distributors or a festival selection.

The festivals taking part in the event this year are: Annecy International Animation Film Festival, Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF), Los Cabos International Film Festival, New Horizons International Film Festival, Thessaloniki International Film Festival and, for the first time this year, the Festival de Málaga.

Each festival will show five to six projects during two-hour market screenings, with filmmakers introducing their films to an audience of industry professionals.

The Goes to Cannes screenings are open to delegates accredited at the Marché du Film.

The full list of projects are below:

Annecy International Animation Film Festival

Dragonkeeper (Spain-China)
Directed by Ignacio Ferreras And Jianping Li, produced by Manuel Cristobal (Dragoia Media) and Weiwei Song (China Film Animation Co);

Archipelago (Canada)
Directed by Félix Dufour – Laperrière, produced by Nicolas Dufour - Laperrière (L’embuscade Films);

Samsam (France-Belgium)
Directed by Tanguy De Kermel, produced by Didier Brunner And Damien Brunner (Folivari);

Bob Spit - We Do Not Like People (Brazil)
Directed by Cesar Cabral, produced by Ivan Melo (Coala Filmes);  

Yakari (France-Germany-Belgium)
Xavier Giacometti, produced by Maia Tubiana (Dargaud Media);

Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF)

Invitation (India)
Directed by Saurav Rai, produced by Ankita Purkayastha, Saurav Rai & Sanjay Gulati (Tree Chirps & Crawling Angel Films);  

Marygoround (Poland)
Daria Woszek, Produced By Marcin Lech & Daria Woszek (Jutrzenka Studio); 

Odoriko (Japan)
Directed by Yoichiro Okutani, produced By Fumiko Shiobara & Asako Fujioka (Shiobara Office Inc.);

Suk Suk (Hong Kong)
Directed by Ray Yeung, produced by Michael J. Werner, Teresa Kwong & Sandy Yip (New Voice Film Productions Ltd); 

To Live To Sing (China)
Directed by Johnny Ma, produced by Xianjian Wu, Jing Wang & Vincent Wang (Image X Productions);  

Los Cabos International Film Festival

Close Quarters (Mexico)
Directed by Andrés Clariond Rangel, produced by Alejandro Durán, Gabriel Nuncio (Agencia Bengala), Cinematográfica Cr, Jaquez Bros;  

Courage (Mexico-Spain)
Directed by Rubén Rojo Aura, produced by Rubén Rojo Aura (Apapacho Films) & Raúl Berninches (Mago Productions) & Marco Antonio Salgado (Cinema226);  

Estanislao (Mexico-France)
Directed by Alejandro Guzmán Álvarez, produced by Mariana Monroy (Animal Tropical Cine), Lilith Films; 

Modern Loves (Mexico)
Directed by Matias Meyer, produced by Alejandro De Icaza (Bhd Films), Woo Films;  

The Invisible Frontier (Mexico)
Directed by Mariana Flores, produced by Carlos Hernández Vazquez & Gabriela Gavica (Mandarina Cine), Centro De Capacitación Cinematográfica, Foprocine;  

Things We Shouldn’t Do (Mexico)
Directed by Bruno Santamaria Razo, produced by Abril López Carrillo (Ojo De Vaca), Foprocine;  

New Horizons’ Polish Days

#Toomanykicks (Poland)
Directed by Maciej Ślęzak, produced by Dawid Wawrzyszyn (Daydream Production); 

Broad Peak (Poland)
Directed by Leszek Dawid, produced by Maciej Rzączyński & Krzysztof Rzączyński & Dawid Janicki & Paweł Rymarz (East Studio Sp. Z O.O.);

I Never Cry (Poland-Ireland)
Directed by Piotr Domalewski, produced By Jan Kwieciński (Akson Studio), Julie Ryan (Mk1 Productions); 

The Antarctic Syndrome (Poland)
Directed by Piotr Jaworski, produced by Janusz Skałkowski & Kamil Skałkowski (Kalejdoskop Film);  

Tony Halik. Born For Adventure.
Directed by Marcin Borchardt, produced by Karolina Galuba & Małgorzata Małysa (Furia Film);  

Thessaloniki International Film Festival 

Apples (Greece-Poland)

Directed by Christos Nikou, produced by Hercules Mavroides (Boo Productions), Angelo Venetis (Boo Productions), Nikos Smpiliris (Boo Productions) & Mariusz Włodarski (Lava Films); 

Defunct (Greece)
Directed by Zacharias Mavroeidis, produced by Christos V. Konstantakopoulos & Kostas Kefala (Faliro House Productions);  

Persephone (Greece)
Directed by Costas Athousakis, produced by Costas Athousakis (Sisyphus Projects);  

The Man With The Answers (Cyprus-Greece-Italy)
Directed by Stelios Kammitsis, produced by Vicky Miha (Asterisk*), Fenia Cossovitsa (Blonde) Luca Legnani (9,99 Films), Stelios Kammitsis (Felony);

Winona (Greece)
Directed by The Boy (Alexandros Voulgaris), produced by Eleni Bertes (Logline), Michalis Sarantinos & Maria Kontogianni (Steficon);  

Festival De Málaga

Duo (Spain)
Directed by Mertixell Colell, produced by Belén Sánchez (Polar Star Films);  

Glittering Misfits (Spain
Directed by Iban Del Campo, produced by Iban Del Campo (Limbus Filmak);  

La Mami (Spain-Mexico)
Directed by Laura Herrero Garvín, produced by Patricia Franqueza (Gadea Films), Laura Imperiale (Gadea Films), Laia Zanon (Gadea Films);  

Sleeping Life (Argentina)
Directed by Natalia Labaké, produced by Mariana Luconi (Protón Cine);

Three-Body Problem (Mexico)
Directed by Carlos Lenin Treviño Rodríguez, produced by Miguel Ángel Sánchez (Cuec-Unam).