After hitting box office gold with "Paranormal Activity" and "Insidious," Gaul's Wild Bunch Distribution has acquired the latest Jason Blum production, helmer Scott Derrickson's "Sinister."
Raoul Ruiz French-Chilean filmmaker Raoul Ruiz, who was nearly unknown in the U.S. but was revered on the international festival and auteur scene for his singular literary adaptations, died Thursday…
France's PGS Ent. has inked several pre-sales pacts on "Chaplin & Co," a Euros 8.4 million ($12.1 million) 3D toon series featuring Charlie Chaplin's tramp character.
Sam Levinson's "Another Happy Day," Tony Kaye's "Detachment" and Liza Johnson's "Return" are among the 14 competition pics unveiled by the 37th Deauville American Film Festival on Tuesday.
U.S. home entertainment giant Netflix is in negotiations to acquire U.S. rights to the 12-seg TV series "Borgia," show-run by Tom Fontana ("Oz," "The Philanthropist").
Spending on DVD and Blu-ray discs in France dropped 9% to Euros 564 million ($804 million) in the first half of the year.
PARIS -- French commercial network M6 has added "The Killing" to its 2012 programming slate.
TF1 Droits Audiovisuels, formerly known as TF1 Intl., has settled its dispute with Spike Lee, the helmer-producer of "Miracle at St. Anna," scribe James McBride and Italian producer On My Own.
Edouard Waintrop has come on board to take the helm of the Directors' Fortnight in Cannes.
While French TV networks, TF1, M6 and Canal Plus have ramped up their offer of U.S. skeins and/or original programming, the number of films broadcast on those nets reached a decade-low in 2010.