Having seen robust sales last year on "A Touch of Sin," "Tom at the Farm" and "Hotell," Paris-based MK2 is looking for further arthouse business on "Don't Tell Me the Boy Was Mad," from Robert Guediguian.
Produced by France's Agat Films, "Mad" begins its July shoot in France and Lebanon. Diaphana, MK2's Gallic distrib partner, handles the French release.
MK2 is also selling French director Frederic Martin's "Charles Chaplin: The Legend of a Century," as Chaplin's tramp character turns 100.
Also on MK2's Berlin slate: Carlos Saura's dance/music movie "Argentina," which shoots next summer.
MK2 will also show first images of Olivier Assayas' English-language debut "Clouds of Sils Maria," with Juliette Binoche, Chloe Grace Moretz and Kristen Stewart, and Naomi Kawase's coming-of-age tale "Still the Water." Both will be ready around Cannes, Karmitz said.
Berlin: Drama 'Mad' Toplines Robust Slate From Paris-Based MK2 (EXCLUSIVE)
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