PARIS -- Lea Seydoux, the rising French thesp last seen in "Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol" and Berlin opener "Farewell, My Queen," has joined the cast of Abdellatif Kechiche's "Blue Is a Hot…
While the box office success of "Intouchables" helped Gaumont become Gaul's top local film distributor last year, the 117-year-old French mini-major is also making waves in TV production, returning…
"The Artist," Michel Hazanavicius' black and white silent homage to Hollywood's Golden Age, continued is winning ways Friday, scooping top kudos at Gaul's 37th Cesar film awards, including best…
PARIS -- Gallic pay TV group Canal Plus has inked a deal with the Walt Disney Company to feed its new subscription-based VOD service Canalplay Infinity.
Capitalizing on awards buzz on both sides of the Atlantic, Warner Bros. has rereleased Michel Hazanavicius' "The Artist" in France more than three months after its initial outing -- a rare practice…
PARIS -- Alain Attal won the fifth Daniel Toscan du Plantier kudo for best producer at a ceremony held by the French Academy of Arts and Sciences in Paris on Monday.
PARIS -- AB Group, France's largest pay TV group, is beefing up its production activity and acquisition of premium content.
Studiocanal is reteaming with Cyril Colbeau-Justin and Jean-Baptiste Dupont's production outfit LGM on Belgian comicbook-based "Boule et Bill" (Billy and Buddy), a €20 million ($26.3 million)…
Quad Films' Nicolas Duval, Yann Zenou and Laurent Zeitoun, the team behind hits "Intouchables" and "Heartbreaker," are developing their first animated feature, "Ballerina."
As the EFM wraps up, Matteo Lovadina's Reel Suspects is closing further deals on "X-Femmes" and its Sexploitation Collection.
Rachid Bouchareb is moving ahead on "Bill's Law," an English-language pic based on Jose Giovanni's 1973 classic psychological drama "Two Men in Town" (Deux hommes dans la ville).