Cannes has all the red carpet glitz and glam you'd expect at a film festival that's been around for 65 years, but the fest's real raison d'etre is it's international marketplace, the Marche du Film, where filmmakers from around the globe land here every May shopping their projects to foreign buyers. Downstairs in the bustling, poster-lined lower floor of the Palais, representatives promote awareness of film from their countries at the same time they hope to make distribution deals for their own movies. And in the end, who doesn't want to see Dead Sushi and Hell Beast? Scroll down for some photos of posters of foreign movies being shopped around at this year's Marche du Film, and tell us which one's you'd love to see in a theater near you.
Possibly the best tagline ever?
Eat your raw fish...don't let it eat you!
Vivica A. Fox stars in this one, which looks like a sci-fi actioner we'd be into seeing.
If it's in the tradition of The Others and The Orphanage, how can you go wrong?
A kid magician, his little friends, some doves, um, okay.
This rules. Just rules. Would see it this weekend if it was possible.
Guy Ritchie pretty much has it covered, but why not make a film about it?
Mondo Manila! If their pics are anything like Indonesia's The Raid, we're all in.
Everything Tony Jaa does is awesome. Maybe this film will make it to America?