France Televisions Distribution Bows Sales on Post-Brexit Satire ‘Parliament,’ Unveils Trailer
Published on Apr 09, 2020
France Televisions Distribution, the commercial arm of the French public broadcaster, has launched international sales on “Parliament,” the anticipated half-hour satirical series which is debuting on Thursday on the pubcaster’s streaming platform France.tv.
The first original series commissioned by France.tv, “Parliament” is a comedy series about the European Parliament created by Noé Debré, whose screenwriting include Jacques Audiard’s Palme d’Or winning “Dheepan.” The series centers around five young assistants of different nationalities and backgrounds who work at the European Parliament in the midst of a post-Brexit chaos. The series shot on location at the European Parliament in Strasbourg where Debré is from.
“Parliament” is produced by Fabienne Servan-Schreiber and Thomas Saignes at Paris-based production banner Cineteve, with Artémis Productions in Belgium and Studio Hamburg’s CineCentrum in Germany. Debré co-wrote “Parliament” with Daran Johnson, Pierre Dorac and Maxime Calligaro. The series has already been pre-sold to
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Author: Elsa Keslassy