French production and sales outfit Wide Management has confirmed a wave of deals on Portuguese-language drama From Beginning To End (Do Comeco Ao), Enrique Buchichio’s Leo’s Room (El Cuarto De Leo) and Laurence Charpentier’s Gigola.
The company has struck an all-rights deal with Optimale for France on Aluizio Abranches’ From Beginning To End, and with Pro-Fun Media for Germany.
Optimale has also taken all rights in France to Leo’s Room, TLA Releasing has taken the UK while Filmklik in Hungary has also boarded the project.
Wide has also clinched an all-rights deal for Gigola with World Cinema in South Korea, and sold the restored version of Lola Montes in Russia to the company Cinéma Prestige.
Showing its eclectic tastes, Wide is handling Polish title All That I Love (Wszystko, Co Kocham), directed by Jacek Borcuch.
Meanwhile, the French company has also picked up a pair of new feature documentaries. Valérie Minetto’s Mine, My Life Behind The Scenes, is a portrait of legendary Parisienne costume designer Mine Barral Vergez; while Ines Compan’s Open-Sky is a Mosaique Films and Le Hamac Rouge production about the Kolla natives of Argentina and their battle against a Canadian silver-mining company