At the upcoming Unifrance Rendez-Vous in Paris, Rezo Films will unveil two new films, one from director Idit Cebula and the other from Marion Laine. The former, Two Lives Plus One, is produced by Les Films du Kiosque and stars Emmanuelle Devos and Gerard Darmon in the story of a woman who tries to change her life.

Starring Sandrine Bonnaire and Pascal Elbe, Laine's film is an adaptation of Gustave Flaubert's novel Felicite. Titled A Simple Heart, the film is about a strong-willed maid who won't let fate dictate her life.

Currently in post-production on Rezo's slate is Laetitia Masson's Coupable, a whodunit starring Helene Fillieres of Lady Chatterley fame. The cast is rounded out by Jeremie Renier, Amira Casar, Denis Podalydes, Anne Consigny and Marc Barbe. The film is tipped as a Berlin title.

Also in post is Khamsa by Karim Dridi. Set in the gypsy community, the film will be ready for Cannes and stars Simon Abkarian who also appeared in Casino Royale.

Finally, The Dawn Of The World by Abbas Fadhel stars La Graine Et Le Mulet revelation Hafsia Herzi and is set inside Iraq. Dawn will also be ready for Cannes.

Rezo will screen Eric Rohmer's The Romance Of Astrea And Celadon at the January Unifrance event.