Magazine article Screen International

Leone Film Group Picks Up 'Remi, Nobody's Boy' for Italy

Magazine article Screen International

Leone Film Group Picks Up 'Remi, Nobody's Boy' for Italy

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EXCLUSIVE: TF1 Studios scores deal for family film.

Italy's Leone Film Group has picked up Italian rights to French director Antoine Blossier's 19th century-set tale Remi, Nobody's Boy about the adventures of a young orphan.

French TF1 Studio is kicking off sales on the family entertainment title at Cannes, where it will show first images.

"Rémi is a major brand in many territories and raised huge interest in Italy. We're thrilled that Rémi has found a new home at Leone Film Group," said TF1 Studio sales chief Sabine Chemaly.

The historic film company - founded by the late Sergio Leone - has carved itself out a place as one of Italy's major high-end distributors and production houses since floating on the Milan stock market in 2013. Upcoming releases on its slate include Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets and A Monster Calls. …

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