Paris-based Pyramide Films has closed a deal with Canada's Seville Pictures
for Anne Fontaine's latest feature, Monaco.

The film, starring Fabrice Lucchini and Roschdy Zem, is shooting and should be ready by next summer.

Meanwhile, it has been confirmed that Pyramide is also handling Daydreams, the latest feature from revered Turkish auteur Nuri Bilge Ceylan. Daydreams, starring Ahmet Rifat Sungar, is currently shooting and is likely to be ready in time for Cannes. Ceylan's 2003 feature Uzak won the Grand Prix in Cannes and he also enjoyed considerable success there with the follow up, Climates.

Budgeted at around $2 million, Daydreams is a drama about a woman and three men in Istanbul. Ceylan co-scripted.

The film is being produced by Yuzler Sesler and co-produced by Pyramide Productions.

Other titles on Pyramide's AFM slate include Youssef Chahine's Chaos, Gianni Zanasi's Don't Think About It, Ilan Duran Cohen's Le Plaisir De Chanter and Vincent Dietschy's Visiting.