ANNECY -- Lea Seydoux, the French assassin of "Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol" and star of Berlin opener "Farewell My Queen," is attached as lead voice in toon feature "Longway North."
The 52nd Annecy Animation Film Festival kicks off Monday with a varied U.S. major presence plus strong signs that animation, once the preserve of studios, is now a global enterprise.
MADRID -- At least 35 indie French distributors will huddle with Spanish film sales agents at Friday's Rendez-vous a l'Opera!, a highly-effective export platform for Spanish movies targeting their…
MADRID -- France's Pyramide Intl., the foreign sales arm of Pyramide, one of Europe's premier auteur sales-distribution-production outfits, is rolling out deals on a Cannes trio: Benjamin Avila's…
Walter Salles' Cannes competition player "On the Road" is on course to have sold most of the world within the next couple of weeks.
MADRID -- Germany's Pandora Film, Holland's Topkapi Films, Uruguay's Mutante Cine and Argentina's Morocha Films are teaming to produce helmer-scribe Adrian Biniez's "The Mid-Fielder."
CANNES -- Underscoring further international market growth, Mexico's Canana has closed Mexico and Central America on two Cannes prize-winners: Thomas Vinterberg's "The Hunt" and Pablo Larrain's "No."
Michel Franco's study of violence, "After Lucia" won Un Certain Regard Prize on Saturday.
Completing an impressive double-whammy, Benh Zeitlin's magical-realist "Beasts of the Southern Wild," a Sundance-winner, has now scooped plaudits at Cannes.
Cannes proved a feast for the indie marketplace, with buyers, having grown fat on the riches of "Twilight," "Hunger Games" and "The Intouchables," throwing around their weight, demanding the kind of…
Chilean Pablo Larrain's ''No,'' the first investment by Jeff Skoll's Participant Media in a foreign-language film, swept the top Art Cinema Award at Cannes' 44th Directors' Fortnight.