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Prélude, Pathé, STUDIOCANAL and TF1 Film Production announce co-production of The Lost Prince

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Today Prélude, Pathé, STUDIOCANAL and TF1 Films Production announce the co-production of The Lost Prince, to be directed by Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist) and produced by Philippe Rousselet and Jonathan Blumental. The film will star Omar Sy, François Damiens and Bérénice Bejo.

The start of shoot commences July 30th through until October 5th 2018. Pathé will release in France. STUDIOCANAL will commence worldwide sales at the forthcoming Cannes’ Marché du Film.

Director Michel Hazanavicius said, “I am so excited to work on this new movie. It is made to be a crowd pleaser for families worldwide to enjoy together. I want it to be funny, original and emotional and I am very happy that, for the first time in a long time, I will be able to take my whole family to the premiere!”

THE LOST PRINCE tells the story of Djibi; everything in his life revolves around his beloved 7-year-old daughter Sofia. This devoted single Father never misses their cherished ritual of bedtime stories. Every night as Sofia falls asleep, her father takes her into “Storyland”, a fantasy film studio where their extraordinary fairytale adventures come to life starring Djibi in the lead role as the heroic Prince Charming. Five years later and nearly a teenager, Sofia starts to grow out of her father’s stories and instead makes up tales of her own with Djibi no longer the heroic lead. As his roles in both the real world and in “Storyland” begin to change, Djibi must find a way to forever remain the hero of his daughter’s life, imagination and stories.

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