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Dany Boon's Pathe-sold "Nothing to Declare" and Wild Bunch's "The Burma Conspiracy" will market preem at the 13th Unifrance Paris Rendez-Vous With French Cinema, adding bigger-budget heft to the event.
Rendez-Vous opens today with "A Cat in Paris," the third toon from Folimage ("Mia and the Migoo"). Hand-drawn in 2D, with Jean-Loup Felicioli and Alain Gagnol directing, "Cat" is produced by "Mia" director Jacques-Remy Girerd.
Event will screen 78 French movies, including 41 market preems, in six days. They include a medley of action/horror pics, such as Julien Leclercq's "The Assault," Olivier Abbou's "Territories" and Fred Cavaye's "Point Blank," underscoring that …