PARIS -- The U.S. has emerged as by far the biggest growth market for French film exports, moving distribs in France to declare, "Vive les Etats Unis!"
PARIS Thesp-helmer Noemie Lvovsky’s romantic second-chance comedy “Camille Rewinds” is the surprise leader in the race for France’s Cesar awards with 13 nominations, besting Michael Haneke’s…
Exclusive Releasing has acquired Anne Fontaine's "Two Mothers," the Australia-set drama toplining Naomi Watts and Robin Wright, for U.S. release.
Cohen Media Group has nabbed Gaumont's sleeper comedy hit "Paulette" for North American distribution.
Six months after rebooting its Paris-based division, Discovery Networks is further expanding in France, inking with Numericable.
Philippe Le Guay's dramedy "Cycling With Moliere," Mohamed Hamidi's immigration drama "Homeland" and bromance tale "True Friends" were among standouts at the 15th Unifrance Paris Rendez-Vous, which…
PARIS -- Continuing on its laureled path, Michael Haneke's "Amour" swept three kudos at Paris' Lumiere Awards, which kicks off France's awards season.
Beating all previous records, French films grossed €873 ($1.2 billion) outside the country in 2012, driven by three box office freight trains: "Taken 2," "The Intouchables" and "The Artist."
Jean Philippe Tirel, the driving force behind France's Wild Bunch Distribution, is ankling the company to launch his own acquisition vehicle, Selective Films, which is set to bow at Cannes.
PARIS France has experienced its own deranged shooters, with each event bringing up arguments over the possible causes. After a recent incident, local legislators tried to ban violent videogames, so…
In the run up to its Sundance bow, Quentin Dupieux's Los Angeles-set "Wrong Cops," a left-of-field comedy turning on a group of disturbed cops, has already locked down international partners.