Wild Bunch had a hearty Cannes Market with notable sales across its slate. Palme d'Or winner 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days sold in 31 territories including to IFC in the US, France's Bac Films/Why Not, Germany's Concorde, Spain's Golem, Canada's Metropole, the UK's Artificial Eye, Brazil's Lumiere and China's Seasonal.
Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi's second feature, Actresses, which ran in Un Certain Regard, closed seven territories including Argentina, Turkey and Israel. Hana Makhmalbaf's Buddha Collapsed Out Of Shame is now sold in 14 territories including Spain (Wanda), Korea (With Cinema), Portugal (Lusomundo) and Taiwan (Flash Forward).
Woody Allen's Ewan MacGregor/Colin Farrell feature Cassandra's Dream was sold to The Weinstein Company for the US, Australia and New Zealand; the rest of the world had previously been sold.
Optimum in the UK and Bim in Italy picked up Steven Soderbergh's Che. France is currently being finalized, with Germany and Japan the only remaining available territories.
Marc Caro's Dante 01 has now found distribution in over 20 territories including Germany via Kinowelt, the UK via Momentum, Japan with Comstock and Eastern Europe via SPI.
Alain Corneau's star-studded Second Wind sold in 13 countries including Switzerland to Monopole Pathe, Greece to Spentzosm, Brazil to Imagem and Canada to Crystal.
Sales were also very healthy on Claude Chabrol's The Girl Cut In Two, D Jud Jones and Risto Topaloski's Film Noir, Pascal Laugier's Martyrs and stop-motion feature Max And Co, which has now racked up sales in 17 territories.