Oscilloscope Nabs Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon's 'Lost in Paris'
Oscilloscope is planning a theatrical release in 2017.
Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon’s Lost in Paris.
Lost in Paris is the fourth feature from the filmmaking duo behind Rumba and The Fairy. It follows a Canadian librarian (Gordon) who travels to Paris to find her distressed aunt with the help of an egotistical vagabond (Abel).
CG Cinema, Moteur s’il Vous Plaît and Courage Mon Amour Films produced the pic.
“We live in an unpredictable and often sad world. In addition to its copious other merits and beautiful execution, Lost in Paris is foremost such a joyful and heartening film to watch," Oscilloscope's Dan Berger said Monday in a statement.
"Lost in Paris has been found by Oscilloscope," said Abel and Gordon. "We are thrilled to see our new film in such caring hands and proud to be part of Oscilloscope's beautiful collection of films. We are looking forward to working with the O-Scope team and meeting our American audience!”
The deal was brokered by mk2 films. Oscilloscope is planning a 2017 theatrical release.