Two-time Cannes winner Bruno Dumont will direct "L'Empire," a story about evil set in the unspoilt wilds of Northern France.
Gallic arthouse shingle Les Films du Losange has made a raft of sales across Europe on Romain Goupil's dramedy "Hands Up."
Telco Orange and Luc Besson's powerhouse EuropaCorp are teaming up to launch weareproducteurs.com, a web platform allowing users to participate in every stage of a film's production, promotion and…
French mini-major MK2 has sold two more key territories on Abbas Kiarostami's "Certified Copy," closing the U.K. with Artificial Eye and Japan with Eurospace.
Serbian helmer Srdan Golubovic is set to direct "Circles," a $1.8 million psychological drama based on a 1993 incident in Belgrade during the Bosnian war.
Euro major StudioCanal has rolled out major sales across its Cannes lineup, led by Competition titles "The Princess of Montpensier" and "Outside the Law."
Beating out strong contenders, South Korean comedy "Hahaha," from writer-director Hong Sang-soo, took the top Un Certain Regard Prize.
FIPRESCI plaudits go to one outstanding film in Cannes Competition, Un Certain Regard and either Directors' Fortnight or Critics' Week.
"Sellers" turns on three people who embark on an eventful road trip to sell paintings.
"Lily Sometimes," directed by France's Fabienne Berthaud, and Belgian Olivier Masset-Depasse's "Illegal" took top kudos at the 42nd Cannes Directors' Fortnight.
First-time helmer Janus Metz' documentary "Armadillo," about two Danish soldiers in Afghanistan, won the Critics' Week Grand Prix at Cannes on Thursday.