MK2 has picked up international sales rights to two Cannes players: South African helmer Oliver Hermanus' "Beauty" and Gallic director Christian Rouaud's documentary "Leader-Sheep."
ARP Selection, one of Gaul's leading distribution and co-production shingles, has acquired a raft of English-language indie pics, including Barry Levinson's "The Bay" and J.C. Chandor's Kevin Spacey…
Paris-- Iranian filmmakers Jafar Panahi and Mohammad Rasoulof will have new movies, "In Film Nist" (This is not a Film) and "Be Omid é Didar" (Good Bye), respectively, playing in the Official…
A red brick hulk, the Saint Denis Power Station, rises up in the rundown northern Paris district like a proud survivor from a bygone industrial age.
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Gaul is firming up its position as Europe's market leader for 3D, with 1,606 3D screens as of April 19.
Gaul's two-year-old Trip initiative has successfully pulled in projects for production, post, animation and vfx
Twentienth Century Fox has come on board to distribute EuropaCorp's Liam Neeson starrer "Taken 2" in North America and most overseas territories.
French mini-majors Gaumont and Wild Bunch are partnering up to co-produce, co-finance and share the international sales rights to Danish helmer Nicolas Winding Refn's "Only God Forgives."
Paris-based Onyx Films has boarded Alexandre Aja's "Cobra: The Space Pirate," a live-action film based on the cult Japanese manga, teaming with Studio 37, the film arm of European telco giant Orange.