Magazine article Screen International

Losange Racks Up 'Things to Come' Sales

Magazine article Screen International

Losange Racks Up 'Things to Come' Sales

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Les Films du Losange has announced a slew of sales on French director Mia Hansen-Løve's Berlinale competition title Things To Come (L'Avenir), starring Isabelle Huppert as a philosopher facing up to the departure of her husband, children and mother.

The Paris-based company has sold the film to the UK (Curzon Artificial Eye), Canada (Films We Like), Australia and New Zealand (Palace Films), Benelux (ABC Cinemien), Scandinavia (Non Stop), Spain (Golem), Portugal (Alambique), Turkey (Fabula), South Korea (Challan), Taiwan (Andrews Film) and a Japanese deal is close to being signed.

In previously announced deals, IFC has taken North American rights and Weltkino Filmverleih is handling Germany.

Hansen-Løve's fifth feature, after French techno-scene inspired Eden, Things To Come stars Huppert as a philosophy teacher who is forced to reappraise her life when her husband departs with another woman, her youngest daughter flies the nest and her mother dies in quick succession. …

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