Sofia Coppola 'Priscilla' Lands Worldwide Deals After Venice Premiere

The biography of Priscilla Presley by Sofia Coppola, one of the most talked-about movies, has been sold by The Match Factory.

to be shown at the Venice Film Festival, where the lead actress Cailee Spaeny won the Coppa Volpi award.

The movie has been released in Spain (Elastica Films and BTeam Pictures), Australia, and New Zealand in addition to the previously reported sales in France (ARP SAS).

Middle East and North Africa (ADS), CIS (Capella Film), Poland (Best Film), Greece (Spentzos Film), Portugal (Nos Lusomundo),

Baltics (Kino Pavasaris), Scandinavia, and Iceland (Nordisk Film), Negotiations

On Friday, October 6, Priscilla will have its North American debut at the New York Film Festival.

While Vision Distribution, a Sky Company, will handle distribution in the United States, A24

will be in charge of Italian distribution. In the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Latin America, the Netherlands, and Turkey,

MUBI is the exclusive owner of all rights. On December 26, the movie will be released in cinemas.

Across all of Latin America, the UK, Ireland, Germany, and through sub-distribution partners in the remaining regions.

Based on Priscilla Presley and Sandra Harmon's 1985 autobiography Elvis and Me, Coppola wrote and directed the movie Priscilla.

Priscilla is played by Spaeny (Mare of Easttown, Bad Times at the El Royale),

The movie also features Dagmara Dominczyk (Succession, Bottoms, and Other Stories) as Priscilla and Jacob Elordi (Euphoria, The Kissing Booth) as Elvis Presley.

The film was made by Youree Henley, Sofia Coppola, and Lorenzo Mieli for The Apartment Pictures, a Fremantle Company. The movie was backed by The Fremantle Group.