Indo-German outfit Bombay Berlin Film Prods. is ramping up production on a slate of international projects.
Moving into its fifth day, the European Film Market is bustling with business for big-budget pics and mart topper Beki Probst is happily satisfied with this year's turnout.
Constantin Film has picked up Stuart St. Paul's rock comedy "Bula Quo!" in the first major territory deal for the pic.
It's official: comedy rules at the German box office.
Zurich-based C-Films is following up its hit Swiss drama "The Foster Boy" and Bille August's Berlinale screener "Night Train to Lisbon" with "Global Beach," an environmental disaster satire.
The Berlinale has added "The Crash Reel," by British filmmaker Lucy Walker, to its official lineup.
Til Schweiger's "Guardians" has found eager buyers worldwide, with deals closed in Europe, Asia and Latin America.
British actor James Norton and Germany's Ken Duken have joined the cast of Claudio Faeh's "Northmen -- A Viking Saga."
Options for financing films across Europe come under the spotlight today at two industry events held in co-operation with Variety.
Germany's Federal Film Fund (DFFF) will take a bow today as leading industry reps discuss the country's promising financing possibilities
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