Curzon Artificial Eye Acquires 'Valley of Love', 'Mia Madre', Gaspar Noe's 'Love'

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Curzon Artificial Eye Acquires 'Valley of Love', 'Mia Madre', Gaspar Noe's 'Love'


Rosser, Michael, Screen International


The UK independent distributor has brought Guillaume Nicloux's Valley of Love, starring Gérard Depardieu and Isabelle Huppert and playing in Competition at Cannes Film Festival. The deal was negotiated with sales agent Le Pacte..

It has also picked up UK & Eire rights for another Palme d'Or contender, Nanni Moretti's Mia Madre. The deal was negotiated with Films Distribution.

In addition, Curzon Articial Eye picked up the rights for Gaspar Noé's 3D, threesome sex drama Love, which has a Special Midnight Screening in the festival. The deal was negotiated with Wild Bunch.

The acquisitions come on the back of a series of box office hits for the distributor including Still Alice (£2.5m box office), Wild Tales (£700,000 box office) and Force Majeure (£500,000 box office).

At the start of this year's Cannes, it was announced that Curzon Artificial Eye has a deal in place for Xavier Dolan's It's Only The End Of The World, with cast that includes Gaspard Ulliel, Marion Cotillard, Lea Séydoux and Vincent Cassel. …

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