An 80-Year-Old Woman Directed Her First Narrative Feature, And Sony Bought The Rights
|09/21/2016||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
Eleanor Coppola, at the age of 80, debuted her first narrative feature film, “Paris Can Wait,” at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 12.
On Monday, Sony Pictures announced it had purchased rights for the project, which Coppola wrote and directed after decades of providing career support for her husband, 77-year-old director Francis Ford Coppola, and children.
“My long journey making my first fiction feature ended in Toronto to a welcoming audience,” the director said in a statement, adding, “I look forward to working with [Sony Pictures Classics] to show ‘Paris Can Wait’ to an even wider audience.”
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