While the USA Network has boarded the Stateside sitcom adaptation of French short “Love is Dead,” Paris-based De Films en Aiguilles is developing a spinoff feature that Gaul's TF1 Intl. has acquired…
Nikolai Lebedev, whose “Legend No. 17” is a Russian hit, has gotten on board “Flight Crew,” a contempo makeover of 1979's “Air Crew,” considered Russia's first local disaster movie. Lebedev's project…
Euro film and TV group Studiocanal has closed major territory deals on "Shaun the Sheep," the bigscreen debut of a character first seen in Aardman Animations' Oscar-winning short, "A Close Shave."…
A poster producer for Danish cinema, Sisse Graum Jorgensen, who with helmer Thomas Vinterberg received the prestigious European Union Prix Media Sunday in Cannes for their film project, “The Commune,”…
Underscoring the breadth of artistic aspirations driving many of today's European directors, Guillaume Canet's "Blood Ties" is one of three English-language films helmed by a Euro director playing in…
Celluloid Dreams/Uconnect has snatched up international sales rights to Japanese helmer Takashi Miike's next feature project, a contemporary take on “Yotsuya Kaiden,” a famed Japanese ghost story…
At mid-point in the Cannes Film Market, EuropaCorp is unveiling a flurry of deals on Paul Walker action movie “Brick Mansions” and Bertrand Bonello's “Yves Saint-Laurent.” Led by Marie-Laure…
EuropaCorp, Luc Besson's Paris-based mini-studio, is becoming ever more a Europe-U.S.Corp, while ramping up biz in China.
Viggo Mortensen is set for his first French-language role in helmer-scribe David Oelhoffen's "Loin des hommes" (Far From Men).
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp is partnering with China's Mark Gao's Fundamental Films to produce three more installments of the "Transporter" franchise.
From scouting films to pre-selecting and organizing screenings and pressers, Christian Jeune is the fest's behind-the-scenes hero.