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Blood draws Watson, LevelK Emily Watson will join John Hannah and Harry Treadaway in Blood Ties, a UK time-twisting thriller that will shoot this summer. LevelK has come on board for sales. Watson will play the estranged mother of a teenager on the run. Michael Clifford will direct the first production from Phil Parker’s Not Your Average Company.

Ray Stevenson joins cast of The Anatomist Ray Stevenson (Jayne Mansfield’s Car, The Three Musketeers) has signed up for rom-com The Anatomist. Gabriela Tagliavini directs based on the novel by Federico Andahazi, about a 16th-century physician who falls in love with a prostitute. Stealth Media is handling international sales on the project.

Sly win for kids film The European Children’s Film Association has awarded its first ECFA for best European children’s film of the year, to Olivier Ringer’s On The Sly (A Pas De Loup).

Tokyo has big plans for 25th celebrations

BY LIZ SHACKLETON The Tokyo International Film Fes- tival (TIFF) is planning a range of special programmes to celebrate its 25th edition this year (October 20-29). These include screenings of Japanese classics, a catalogue and a festival slogan. TIFF is also planning to host preview screen- ings, for both the industry and public, of upcoming titles from the US and Japanese studios’ release slates. “We are working to bring back the younger generation to cinemas

through special offers and market- ing programmes,” said TIFF chair- man Tom Yoda. Yoda also explained the reason-

ing behind moving contents mar- ket TIFFCOM (October 23-25) from the festival’s Roppongi Hills venue to the Grand Pacific Le Daiba complex on the man-made island of Odaiba. “The new venue gives us 20%

more space for the market to expand; a one-stop marketplace with sales booths, screenings and seminars all on the same floor;

and a more relaxing environment on Tokyo Bay,” Yoda said. TIFF will provide shuttle buses

between the market and its Rop- pongi Hills venue, which is a 20-minute drive away. Odaiba is 20 minutes from Haneda Airport and 70 minutes from Narita Air- port, and is also accessible by the city’s train system. TIFFCOM’s Mika Morishita

said the market was still planning the format of this year’s projects market, which last year separated established and new film-makers.

New Horizons on board for Antoniak film

BY WENDY MITCHELL Poland’s New Horizons Associa- tion, which runs the New Hori- zons Film Festival (July 19-29) in Wroclaw and is also involved in distribution, has expanded into production.

New Horizons is on board for

development of Urszula Antoni- ak’s Comrade Jesus, starring Polish actor Andrzej Chyra. The story is about Jesus Christ visiting a nou- veau riche Polish family, causing distress.

Poland-born, Netherlands-

based Antoniak’s past films are Nothing Personal and Code Blue. New Horizons was involved in

the production of Wroclaw-based Przemyslaw Wojcieszek’s Secret, which will premiere in Forum.

The Monkey King — Uproar In Heaven 3D

Monkey King is recrowned

BY LIZ SHACKLETON Hong Kong and Beijing-based sales agent The Film Library is partnering with Shanghai Film Group to sell The Monkey King — Uproar In Heaven 3D, which is screening in Generation. The film is a digitally restored

3D version of the 1960s anima- tion classic produced by Shanghai Animation Film Studio, and directed by Wan Laiming and Tang Cheng. Shanghai Film Group, the studio’s parent com- pany, set up a joint venture with Technicolor to restore the film. Directed by Su Da and Chen

Zhihong, The Monkey King — Uproar In Heaven 3D was released in mainland China on January 12 and has so far grossed some $8m.

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