Sarah Jessica Parker’s latest romantic comedy All Roads Lead To Rome, which follows an uptight woman and her former Italian lover (Raoul Bova) on a road trip across Italy, has been sold to a number of territories including Germany (ZDF), Australia/New Zealand (Studiocanal), Latin America (California Filmes), Eastern Europe (SPI), Spain (Corbi Media), CIS and Scandinavia (Revolutionary Releasing), Benelux (Dutch Film Works), Middle East (Shooting Stars), South Africa (Times Media Films), South Korea (Nouveau Films), Portugal (Cine Mundo), Israel (Five Stars), Greece (Feelgood Entertainment), Philippines ( OctoArts), India (PVR Pictures), Malaysia and (Vision Plus Entertainment).
In All Roads Lead to Rome, Maggie (Parker),the uptight woman, is chasing down her rebellious teenage daughter (Rosie Day) who is trying to return to New York, while the mother of Maggie’s lover (Claudia Cardinale) has a romantic pursuit of her own.
AMBI Distribution, the global sales arm of Andrea Iervolono and Monika Bacardi’s AMBI Group is handling foreign on All Roads Lead to Rome. The duo are also financing the pic with Paradox Studio’s Mikael Wiren, and are producing with Silvio Muraglia from Paradox. Wiren serves as Executive producer with Frank Konigsberg and David Wyler. The film is currently in production in Italy and is directed by Ella Lemhagen (The Crown Jewels) from a script by Cindy Myers, Josh Appignanesi and Ella Lemhagen. The film also stars Paz Vega.