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Annecy’s Work-in-Progress Title ‘Death Does Not Exist’ Boarded by Best Friend Forever (EXCLUSIVE)

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Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Brussels-based company Best Friend Forever has boarded international rights to “Death Does Not Exist” (“La mort n’existe pas”) which is being showcased in the work-in-progress section at the Annecy Film Festival.

Currently in production, “Death Does Not Exist” is directed by Félix Dufour-Laperrière who previously helmed “Archipel” which won the Annecy Contrechamps Jury Award in 2021, and ‘Ville Neuve’ which had its premiere at Venice Days 2018. “Death Does Not Exist” takes place after young activists fail an armed attack to overthrow figures of the establishment in their sumptuous villa.

Helen freezes and abandons her accomplices. Manon, anothermember of her group, returns to haunt her. The film’s voice cast includes Zeneb Blanchet, Karelle Tremblay (“The Nature of Love”), Mattis Savard-Verhoeven, Barbara Ulrich and Irène Dufour. “’Death Does Not Exist’ deals with difficult subjects – violence, commitment, profound convictions – in a way that exposes their underlying tensions, outbursts, dead ends,” said Félix Dufour-Laperrière, who described the project as “a tragic tale, but it’s also a film full of life, friendship and love.

A film of adventure and ideas.” The director said he put a lot of himself into it hopes he’s “touched on some very topical concerns about contemporary social, political and climatic emergencies, about our intimate and collective aspirations, about what’s important to save, about the loyalties we must cherish and the price we mustpay to do so.” “Death Does Not Exist” is produced by Nicolas & Felix Dufour-Laperrière at Embuscade Films(“Archipelago,” “This House”) and Emmanuel-Alain Raynal and Pierre Baussaron at Miyu (“Chicken forLinda!”).

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