Ryan Kavanaugh's Relativity Media and Brazil's Imagem Filmes have renewed their output deal for Latin America.
Cinema Libre Studio and Top Cat Prods. have struck a U.S. distribution agreement for documentary "Genius on Hold."
Lionsgate Intl. has sold most major markets on "Great Hope Springs," the Meryl Streep-Steve Carell marital comedy.
Magnet Media Group and visual effects specialist Prime Focus have signed a co-production deal for three pics, each carrying a budget of $20 million to $30 million.
Christopher Dodd, chief of the Motion Picture Assn. of America, is definitely sounding like a film aficionado after his first day in Cannes.
The Weinstein Co. is in final talks to obtain U.S. rights to gangster drama "The Wettest County in the World," directed by John Hillcoat ("The Road).
RCR Media Group is coming on board to co-finance Summit Entertainment's re-imagination of the "Highlander" franchise.
Miramax, stressing its increased emphasis on digital platforms, has signed a multi-year non-exclusive distribution deal with Netflix that will make Miramax titles available starting next month.
Universal Pictures has moved "Snow White and the Huntsman" up more than six months to the summer -- where it will arrive in theaters four weeks earlier than Relativity Media's rival Snow white pic.
Inferno Entertainment has nearly pre-sold all international territories for Stephenie Meyer's pic "The Host," one of the hot titles at this year's Cannes market.
Echo Bridge has acquired North American rights to romantic comedy "Coming and Going," starring Rhys Darby, Sasha Alexander and Fionnula Flanagan.