NOUVELLES ACQUISITIONS Festival du Film de Berlin & AFM

Paradiso Filmed Entertainment a le plaisir de vous annoncer 5 nouvelles acquisitions de l'American Film Market '12 et du Festival du Film de Berlin'13.

Regie: T.B.A.
Scenario: Steven Knight (Eastern Promises).
Cast: Bradley Cooper, Omar Sy (Intouchables).

"A disgraced chef who, after losing his Michelin-rated restaurant in Paris, decides to bring his crew back together in an attempt to create the best restaurant ever in London."

Regie: Morten Tyldum (Headhunters).
Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy).

"An intense and compelling drama about Alan Turing, the genius most responsible for cracking the German Enigma Code during World War II that helped the Allies stave off defeat, and who would later be prosecuted by Britain in the early 1950s for being a homosexual."

Regie: Michael Grandage.
Cast: Colin Firth, Michael Fassbender.

"The real-life relationship between literary giant Thomas Wolfe (Fassbender) and renowned editor Max Perkins (Firth). Finding fame and critical success at a young age, Wolfe is a blazing talent with a larger-than-life personality to match. Perkins is one of the most respected and well-known literary editors of all time, discovering such iconic novelists as F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway. Wolfe and Perkins develop a tender, complex friendship. Transformative and irrepressible, this friendship will change the lives of these brilliant, but very different men forever."

Regie: Stephen Frears (The Queen).
Scenario: Steve Coogan
Cast: Judi Dench, Steve Coogan.

"Based on a true story, the film centers on Philomena Lee (Dench), an Irish woman seeking the illegitimate son she was forced to put up for adoption. Coogan will play former BBC journalist Martin Sixsmith, who helped Lee locate her son.";

Regie: Sylvain Chomet (Les triplettes de Belleville, L'illusionniste)
Scenario: Sylvain Chomet
Cast: Guillaume Gouix, Anne Le Ny (Intouchables).

"Written by Sylvain Chomet, the screenplay centres on Paul (Guillaume Gouix) who saw his parents die when he was two years old. The trauma was such that he lost both his memory and the ability to speak. Brought up by his aunts, two old aristocrats who dream of seeing him become a virtuoso pianist, Paul leads a monotonous life divided between the living rooms grand piano and his aunts dance classes where he works as an accompanist. At the age of 33, he has spent so much time running around in circles inside his own head that he has already become old before even having lived. On the day that he meets Madame Proust, his world is turned upside down. The latter has the recipe for a remedy that, thanks to music, can allow even the deepest of memories to resurface. Paul will thus travel back the very beginning of his memory, relive his early childhood, and discover what really happened to his parents."

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