​Upi France chief Xavier Albert talks complexity of releasing under lockdown

Published on Apr 08, 2020

​Upi France chief Xavier Albert talks complexity of releasing under lockdown

French branch of Upi is set to break French theatrical window with The Invisible Man, 1917, Queen & Slim and Dolittle.

Universal Pictures International France had four big films on theatrical release – The Invisible Man, 1917, Queen & Slim and Dolittle – when France declared the closure of all non-essential public spaces, including its 2,000 cinemas, on March 14 as part of a wider lockdown to slow the spread of Covid-19.

It has since joined a dozen distributors in France – also including the French branch of Warner Bros as well as local studios Pathe and Gaumont and independents such as Le Pacte and Diaphana – to tap

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