Luc Besson took a bold step into the toon biz in 2006 with "Arthur and the Invisibles." Directed by Besson and produced by EuropaCorp, the animated feature stood apart from traditional French toons.
StudioCanal, Europe's biggest film company, is putting its might behind 3-D, as stereoscopic entertainment ramps up across the region.
The Cannes Film Festival has tapped jury presidents for Un Certain Regard and Camera d'Or, and added an additional member to the competition jury.
While distribs and exhibs wrestle over the costs of disposable 3-D glasses, reusable glasses bring their own issues, and the Cannes festival is about to bring them front and center.
Is the combination of Gallic sweetheart Audrey Tautou and iconic fashion designer Coco Chanel enough to strike biopic gold a second time in France and abroad?
Gaul's Intl. Animation Film Festival has unveiled an eclectic lineup for its 33rd edition, set to take place June 8-13 in Annecy.
Gallic pubcaster France Televisions spent e180 million ($233 million) on outside productions during the first three months of this year, 10% less than in year-earlier period.
If hotel capacity is any gauge, this year's Cannes film fest looks to be a lot less crowded.
L.A. French fest has a history of pic preems that spur Hollywood interpretations.
While the glory days of Godard, Truffaut and Rohmer -- when foreign-language films were considered cultural sport for discerning viewers -- are a distant memory, a slew of recent French arthouse…