Ducournau’s New Film “Alpha” Acquired by NEON for North American Rights

Cannes, France – French filmmaker Julia Ducournau continues to push the boundaries of genre cinema with her upcoming movie “Alpha,” following the success of her previous works, “Raw” in 2016 and “Titane” in 2021.

According to reports from Variety this afternoon, NEON has acquired the North American rights to “Alpha,” adding to their collaboration with Ducournau after releasing “Titane.” The film stars Golshifteh Farahani and Tahar Rahim, bringing together a talented cast for what promises to be a captivating cinematic experience.

Described as Ducournau’s most personal and profound work yet, “Alpha” is eagerly anticipated by audiences worldwide. The producers, FilmNation Entertainment and Charades, expressed their excitement for the upcoming Cannes premiere and the opportunity to present the film to a global market.

In a statement, the producers highlighted the exceptional nature of “Alpha” within Ducournau’s body of work, emphasizing its unique tone and narrative. They emphasized the need to transcend conventions in order to bring this exceptional project to life, underscoring the collaboration between producers and international sales companies.

With a fresh take on storytelling and a commitment to pushing artistic boundaries, “Alpha” represents a new chapter in Julia Ducournau’s career. The film promises to captivate audiences with its innovative approach and compelling narrative, building on the success of Ducournau’s previous works. As anticipation grows for the Cannes premiere of “Alpha,” audiences can look forward to experiencing the next evolution of Ducournau’s visionary filmmaking.