‘Mikado,’ Baya Kasmi’s Film Starring Felix Moati, Boarded by Pulsar

Pulsar Content has boarded “Mikado,” a heartwarming family film written and directed by Baya Kasmi, who previously directed “Iʼm All Yours” and “The (in)famous Youssef Salem.”

“Mikado” is produced by Karé Production (“La Femme du Président”) and Films Grand Huit (“Disco Boy”). The film stars Felix Moati (“No Manʼs Land”) alongside Ramzy Bedia (“Donʼt Die Too Hard!”) and Vimala Pons (“Vincent Must Die”), who have previously worked with Kasmi.

Pulsar Content will launch international sales at the European Film Market with an exclusive promo-reel.

The film follows Mikado and Laetitia, who lead an alternative life aboard a van with their home-schooled children Nuage and Zephir. One day, their truck breaks down, forcing them to lead a somewhat “normal” life during the summer.

“We immediately fell in love with Baya’s storyline,” said Gilles Sousa and Marie Garrett, co-founders of Pulsar Content. “It’s both heartwarming and heartbreaking, and it’s a wonderful role for Felix Moati.”

Kasmi's co-writing credits include Thomas Lilti's “Hippocrates: Diary of a French Doctor” and “The Country Doctor,” as well as “The Battle of the Classes,” “The Very Private Life of Monsieur Sim” and ” The Name of Michel Leclerc”. Love.”

“Mikado” was filmed this summer and is currently in post-production. Memento Distribution will distribute the film in France.

Pulsar Content’s lineup for the European Film Market also includes Michele Placido’s “Eternal Visionary,” starring Valeria Bruni Tedeschi and Lola Bessis; the American road movie “Silver Star” by Ruben Amar, starring Grace Van Dien and Troy Leigh-Anne Johnson; the musical “The Opera!” with Vincent Cassel, Fanny Ardant and Rossy De Palma; s the first “Niki” by Céline Sallette; and David Moreau’s horror feature, “Mads.”

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