Kinology

Ki`nol´o`gy


n.1.That branch of physics which treats of the laws of motion, or of moving bodies.
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Direct contact will be established with the World Sales Agents from companies like Wild Bunch, Match Factory, Films Boutique, Films Distribution, Beta Film, Elephant Eye Films, Memento Films, Norwegian Film Institute, Swedish Film Institute, Urban Distribution, Bavaria Film, Terramedia Online, Kinology, to name a few who are keen to entice Indian audiences with their lineup of stellar film titles.
Gregoire Melin's Kinology, for instance, got a Cofiloisirs loan to pick up the animated feature "Mune" from Alexandre Heboyan and Benoit Philippon.
He's quickly expanding his repertoire to include serious film producing credits and he was in Sundance with "A Girl Walks Home at Night," for which Kinology acquired international sales rights.
Kinology has recently gained larger financial muscle, notably via a new credit line, allowing his shingle to ramp up its acquisitions to eight films per year, including three to four high-profile English-language films.
CREDITS: A Mars Distribution (in France) release of a Partizan Films production, in association with Kinology, Mars.
Gregoire Melin's Kinology will unveil the first footage at Cannes.
Energetic and bold, Melin is on top of his game with Kinology, his shingle that reps up-and-coming French and international genre auteurs, including Pascal Chaumeil ("Living Is Better Than Dying"), Jalmari Helander ("Rare Exports"), Rodrigo Cortes ("Emergo"), as well higher-profile English-language films such as Juan Solanas' sci-fi romance "Upside Down" and Robert Pattinson starrer "Cosmopolis.