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Yellow Veil Pictures has secured world sales of “She Loved Blossoms More” ahead of the science-fiction drama’s Tribeca Festival premiere. Directed and co-written by Yannis Veslemes, the film will screen in the “Escape From Tribeca” section of the festival, a sidebar of Tribeca that highlights genre specific titles that offer more bite than the typical selections.

“‘She Loved Blossoms More’ is a family drama in science fiction disguise,” Veslemes said. “A ballad for the defeated, a comedy for the accursed, a moral tale for us all and our beloved families.”

According to an official logline, “She Loved Blossoms More” follows, “three brothers [who] build an unusual time-machine in order to bring their long-dead mother back to life. When their delusional father comes into the picture, the experiments go awry, and they descend into a psychedelic hellscape where the past and present fuse in a comedic yet deeply disturbing exploration of grief.”

“’She Loved Blossoms More’ is the first film we’ve onboarded at script stage, and it’s been quite amazing to see it come alive,” said Hugues Barbier of Yellow Veil Pictures. “We couldn’t be more proud of Yannis’ vision and the amazing team he has around him. ‘Blossoms’ is an emotional thrill ride and a calling card for one of the most exciting new filmmakers.”

The film is produced by Fenia Cossovitsa, alongside executive producers Christos V. Konstantakopoulos, Ant Timpson and Andreas Zoupanos Kritikos with co-producer Alexis Perrin. The film is supported by the Greek Film Centre, ERT (Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation) and EKOME (National Centre of Audiovisual Media and Communication).



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