Match Factory picks up D'Innocenzo brothers' 'Bad Tales' (exclusive)

The Italian-language project is being developed by Giuseppe Saccà of Rome’s Pepito Produzioni.

German sales powerhouse The Match Factory has acquired international rights to the D’Innocenzo brothers’ Bad Tales (Favolacce), the directors’ follow-up to their Berlinale Panorama title Boys Cry.

The Italian-language project is being developed by Giuseppe Saccà of Rome’s Pepito Produzioni, who also produced Boys Cry, which was also sold by The Match Factory.

The new film is described as a dark fairytale set in a southern suburb of Rome, where a small community of families live with their adolescent children. It is set to shoot in July.
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