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David Cronenberg’s Kristen Stewart Drama ‘Crimes Of The Future’ Is Sold – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: MUBI has acquired David Cronenberg’s Crimes of the future for Latin America, Turkey, India and Malaysia.

Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux, Kristen Stewart, Scott Speedman and Welket Bungué star in the story set in a world where humans have to adapt to a synthetic environment. With his partner Caprice, Saul Tenser, a famous performance artist, publicly shows the metamorphosis of his organs into avant-garde performances.

Release dates and plans are yet to be determined. Rocket Science handles international sales and negotiated the deal with MUBI.

The film, written and directed by Cronenberg, had its world premiere at the recent Cannes Film Festival. It is produced by Robert Lantos. Pic is a co-production between Canada and Greece with Serendipity Point Films and Argonauts Productions.

The film marks the fourth collaboration between Lantos and Cronenberg to follow Crashto existand oriental promises† Panos Papahadzis and Steve Solomos are also producers, with Laura Lanktree as co-producer. Executive producers include Joe Iacono, Thorsten Schumacher, Peter Touche, Christelle Conan and Aida Tannyan, with Victor Loewy and Victor Hadida as co-executive producers.

Recent and upcoming MUBI releases include Park Chan-wook’s Decide to leavethat of Lea Mysius The Five DevilsThomas Hardiman’s Medusa Deluxeand Joachim Trier’s Oscar and BAFTA Nominated The worst person in the world, which has passed £1M at the UK box office. MUBI’s co-production Have a nice morning by Mia Hansen-Løve also premiered at the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight.

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