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iW NEWS | Roadside Buys "Caramel"

By Indiewire | Indiewire May 22, 2007 at 9:24AM

U.S. rights to Nadine Labaki's "Caramel" have been acquired by Roadside Attractions. The Cannes Directors Fortnight film is the story of five Lebanese women in a Beirut beauty shop. Roadside co-president Howard Cohen negotiated the deal with Raphael Berdugo of Roissy Films. Labaki wrote the first feature with Jihad Hojeily and Rodney Al Haddad. [Eugene Hernandez]
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U.S. rights to Nadine Labaki's "Caramel" have been acquired by Roadside Attractions. The Cannes Directors Fortnight film is the story of five Lebanese women in a Beirut beauty shop. Roadside co-president Howard Cohen negotiated the deal with Raphael Berdugo of Roissy Films. Labaki wrote the first feature with Jihad Hojeily and Rodney Al Haddad. [Eugene Hernandez]

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