The film, currently shooting, is available in all territories excluding France, Japan and South Korea.
Wild Bunch is also resuming its relationship with Abel Ferarra (Go Go Tales) on his feature documentary Chelsea On The Rocks which features appearances from Grace Jones, Bijou Philips and Adam Goldberg and looks at the personalities and artistic voices associated with the legendary Chelsea Hotel in Manhattan.
It is produced by Jen Gattien (Houndog) and executive-produced by David Wasserman. The film reunites Ferrara with old collaborators like writer Christ Zoist (The Blackout, New Rose Hotel) and cinematographer Ken Kelsch (The Funeral, Bad Lieutenant).
Ferrara intends the film as a tribute to the old, artistically vibrant New York that he grew up in - a city he believes is now fast disappearing. All rights are available excluding the US.
Meanwhile, Woody Allen has cut a special three minute AFM trailer for his new, Spanish-made feature, which now has the title Vicky Cristina Barcelona. The film, now in post-production, is about two young American women, Vicky and Cristina (Scarlett Johansson and Rebecca Hall) who spend the summer in Barcelona. The film will be shown to festivals next year, with San Sebastian among the candidates to hold its premiere.
At the AFM, Wild Bunch is screening its first footage of Jaco Van Dormael's hugely ambitious $50 million Mr Nobody, which is currently shooting and should be ready for Cannes 2009.
Wild Bunch will also screen early footage from Fabrice du Welz's Vinyan, Agnes Merlet's Dorothy Mills and from Gilles Bourdos' English-language supernatural thriller Afterwards, starring John Malkovich and Romain Duris.
Wild Bunch also has material from Claire Denis's White Material, which is being billed as an action movie set on a coffee plantation. The first footage is likely to be shown to buyers at the Unifrance screenings next January.