France may not boast Europe's most attractive international tax rebate, but it does provide foreign producers with many co-production opportunities and soft money sources. Indeed, for many…
France and China, two of the world's biggest film powers and markets, look to be moving closer, however halting and complex the entente may be.
Alain Attal's Les Productions du Tresor and Pierre-Ange Le Pogam's Stone Angels are teaming on "Little Lion," the ambitious English-language debut of Cannes favorite Radu Mihaileanu ("The Source,"…
Gaul's MK2 is entering the international 3D sales biz.
Helena Bonham Carter and Kathy Bates will topline Jean-Pierre Jeunet's high-profile 3D project "The Young and Prodigious Spivet," an adaptation of Rief Larsen's novel.
"Rust and Bone" star Matthias Schoenaerts, who's in Cannes to promote the Jacques Audiard drama in which he stars opposite Marion Cotillard, will make his directorial debut with "Franky."
Japan's Digital Frontier and France's Shibuya Prods. will co-produce 3D sci-fi toon "Windwalkers -- Chronicle of the 34th Horde," directed by Jan Kounen ("Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky").
Underscoring the enduring biz clout of director-driven filmmaking, Jacques Audiard's Marion Cotillard starrer "Rust and Bone" comes into the Cannes competition pre-sold almost throughout the world.