Leading Gallic toon shingle Les Armateurs is developing its first live-action TV drama, "Meto," based on a Yves Grevet's three-part novel.
"Of Gods and Men" chosen to represent France in foreign-language film race of the Academy Awards.
In the cash-strapped international TV biz, big Gallic companies are increasingly teaming up with distribution and sales powerhouses to boost the chances of financing up-scale productions -- or they…
Part of a new crop of Gallic filmmakers who don't have the French New Wave as a point of reference, Benjamin Rocher, Raphael Rocher and Yannick Dahan, the founders of French outfit Capture the Flag…
New methods to get world cinema into Euro theaters and in front of auds
Xavier Beauvois' critically acclaimed drama "Of Gods and Men" has been chosen to represent France in the foreign-language film race of the Academy Awards.
A crew of 10 top Hollywood scribes, including Stuart Beattie ("Pirates of the Caribbean"), Katherine Fugate ("Valentine's Day"), David Hayter ("X-Men"), will participate in an inspirational trip…
In the brave new world of Gallic art film sales, vendors are cutting down minimum guarantees, looking for films with crossover, high-concept or commercial potential and plunging into production of…
A wide range of French drama sparked buyers' interest at the 16th TV France Intl. Rendez-Vous, which wrapped Thursday in Biarritz.
Vincent Cassel-starrer "Our Day Will Come" has been nabbed by Optimum Releasing for U.K. distribution.