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SFP's Salut Les Coquins at MIP-TV.

With some 100 hours of programs produced annually to choose from for the market, France's SFP has on its MIP agenda a long list of programs, ranging from dramas and series to variety, sitcoms and documentaries.

Located at Stand 06.02/08.01, SFP's representation at MIP consists of no fewer than 14 persons, headed by Jean-Pierre Hoss, president and director general for Groupe SFP; Patrick Vernay, the deputy director general for the group and director general for SFP Production; Jean-Yves Le Huede, director of corporate communications for the Group; Xenia Faraclas, the international sales head for SFP Productions; and Michelle Podroznik who deals with co-productions.

Among the programs on the SFP list are a hour-long documentary on painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec; Ma Petite Mimi, directed by Roger Kahane, a 90-minute story about "prince" Geoffroy Lemaroyer who will change his name for the love of Mimi; Sniper, a 90-minute drama based on the Frederic Fajardie novel, starring Christopher Buccholz and Nicolas Silberg; Sabine J'Imagine, starring Jennifer Covillault as a 13-year-old whose friend is killed; Alice et Le Roi Arthur, directed by JeanPierre Richard (90 minutes); Salut Les Coquins, directed by Marcel Zemour and starring Jean-Pierre Cassel among others; Sylvie et Compagnie, a sitcom consisting of 26 episodes of 26 minutes each; and L'Odysee du Capitaine Blood, a co-production with the Gorki Studios in Moscow. It consists of two 80-minute films.
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Publication:Video Age International
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Date:Apr 1, 1992
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