TEHILIM takes grand prize in TokyoCannes competition title TEHILIM by Raphael Nadjari has been awarded at the TOKYO FILMEX with the prestigious Grand Prize. The competition jury, headed by director Lee Chang-dong, commented: "The film brings to the fore a universal problem of today's world - the lack of orientation. It is told in a personal style, which - as world cinema - transgresses borders and religions."
Heartbeat Detector awarded in Sao PauloCannes director's fortnight HEARTBEAT DETECTOR, by Nicolas Klotz, has won the Critics Prize at the Sao Paulo Film Festival, a few weeks after the film was crowned with Best Actor for Mathieu Amalric at the Copenhagen Film Festival. Film is doing very well in France, with more than 110 000 admissions, and still running on 60 prints, 2 months after its release.
Brisk Sales on Ben XCumulative box office for Ben X has just reached 100 000 admissions in its home country and still running which makes it one of the most successful belgium releases of the last years. Before its market première in Rome and AFM, film has already been sold to France (Ocean Films), German speaking territories (KinoWelt), Spain (Isaan Ent./ Karma), UK (Alliance Atlantis Releasing Limited), Switzerland (Agora), Argentina (Distribution Company), Mexico (Cine Video y TV), Central America & Colombia (Cineplex), Brazil (Dreamland), Israel (Lev Films), Australia & NZ (Aztec Intl.) and Canada (Equinoxe).
TEHILIM takes grand prize in Tokyo11/02/2007 Festivals
Heartbeat Detector awarded in Sao Paulo10/17/2007 Sales
Brisk Sales on Ben X10/01/2007 Box Office
02/26/2007 Box Office