Paris-based docu sales shingle Wide House has inked a bevy of deals on "The Black Power Mixtape," Goran Olsson's docu depicting the rise and fall of the Black Power movement during the 60s and 70s.
MipJunior, the showcase of youth programs, is shaking things up.
A content-driven rendez-vous for the international documentary business, the 21-year-old Sunny Side of the Doc, in France's La Rochelle, has become one of the world's top co-prod forums and…
Jean-Pierre Gardelli's Bodega Films has licensed all French rights to Carlos Saura's "Flamenco, Flamenco."
Paris-based Les Films Singuliers has taken all French rights to Lluis Galter's feature debut "Caracremada," a fiction film with a near-documentary edge set high in the Catalan sierra.
Gallic cabler Canal Plus has added exec producer Steven Spielberg's buzzed-about sci-fi series "Terra Nova" to its 2012 lineup.
Australian thesp Xavier Samuel ("Eclipse") has joined the cast of "Drift," a surfing drama toplining Sam Worthington ("Avatar") and Myles Pollard ("Wolverine").
Warner Bros. France's decision to hold the Gallic preem of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" in 3D at a 12,000-seater stadium July 12 in Paris has sparked protests from local film guilds…
Raleigh Studios hopes to build an 111-acre film studio at Francazal, a former military airfield near Toulouse, in the South of France.
Joann Sfar and Antoine Delesvaux's "The Rabbi's Cat" won the best-feature Crystal at the 2011 Annecy Animated Intl. Film Festival.
PGS Ent., a Paris-based international sales company specializing in kids content, announced at Annecy Intl. Animated Film Market a raft of deals on "Jungle Report," a CGI 3D madcap animated comedy…