Les Films du Losange has sealed a raft of pre-sales on French director Mia Hansen-Løve’s upcoming intergenerational drama One Fine Morning, starring Léa Seydoux, Nicole Garcia, Melvil Poupaud and Pascal Greggory. The project was launched at the Cannes market last year.
It has sold to Spain (Elastica), Benelux (Cherry Pickers), South Korea (Challan), Australia and New Zealand (Palace Films), Greece (Weird Wave), Portugal (Alambique) and Taiwan (Andrews Film).
Seydoux plays a single mother living with her young daughter in Paris who bumps into a long-lost friend while navigating the labyrinthine process of trying to secure proper care for her father, who is suffering from a neurodegenerative disease. Although the old friend is in a relationship, they embark on a passionate affair.
Les Films du Losange has previously sold the film to Weltkino for Austria and Germany and a multi-territory deal to Mubi for the UK, Ireland, Turkey and India. Les Films du Losange has French rights.
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.
It is Hansen-Løve’s eighth feature after English-language debut Bergman Island, which world premiered in competition in Cannes in 2021.
Les Films du Losange is attending this week’s Unifrance Rendez-Vous in Paris,(January 13)-16) with a slate that includes Alain Guiraudie’s Nobody’s Hero and feature animation Titina by Kajsa Næss.