Screen Flanders throws its weight behind the new Leos Carax film - Production / Funding - Belgium

The Flemish regional investment fund is injecting €1.3 million into ten new audiovisual productions. For its second session of 2019, Screen Flanders is supporting ten new audiovisual productions – four TV series and six features, including Annette, the new film by Leos Carax, part of which was shot in Belgium this summer. The first English-language movie by the French director tells the story of a Hollywood couple and their daughter Annette, a mysterious child with an extraordinary destiny. The lead roles have been entrusted to Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard. The film is being produced by CG Cinéma (France), and is being co-produced in Belgium by Scope Pictures and Wrong Men. Screen Flanders is also backing the horror flick The Deep House by genre veterans Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury, which follows a couple of photojournalists who decide to...
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