Saturday, April 18, 2009

No Cannes for Tetro

To be honest, I feel a bit relieved at these news because I was wondering how and if Vincent Gallo would be able to overcome his traumatic Cannes experiences from the past ;-)

Apparently, Kathleen Talbert, a publicist for Francis Ford Coppola, has denied any rumours that "Tetro" will be shown in Cannes.

In a statement, Coppola says:

“While I very much appreciate the invitation, this is an independent film, self-financed and self released, and I felt that being invited for a non-competition gala screening wasn’t true to the personal and independent nature of this film. More important than Cannes, our team can focus all our time, energy and resources into the U.S. release this June 11th.”

Talbert told The Circuit that Coppola will release the film through a distribution arm of American Zoetrope, the studio the helmer founded in 1969 with George Lucas.

Following its world premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival on June 10, “Tetro” will open in New York and LA before expanding to Seattle, Chicago, Miami, San Francisco , and Washington, D.C.


  1. non-competition? We are definitely in for a masterpiece.

  2. Yay, a director with like, integrity and stuff.

    Independent. Ah, what a term.


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