Seville, UGC ink Berlin deal for 'Everything'


TORONTO -- Canadian distributor Seville Entertainment on Wednesday said it has sold the debut feature from Yves-Christian Fournier to UGC Images as part of a multiterritory deal it closed in Berlin.

Montreal-based Seville said that UGC will release "Everything Is Fine" in France, Switzerland and the Benelux following its premiere in Berlin as part of the Panorama sidebar.

The deal was hammered out between Seville, which holds the international rights to Fournier's picture, and UGC at the European Film Market.

"Everything," which portrays a young teen dealing with four friends who have died as part of a suicide pact, was produced by Quebec producer Go-Films and will bow Friday in French-speaking Canada.