Thierry Fremaux, the Cannes Film Festival's delegate general since 2007, looks set to take full control at the world's premier film fest.
Studiocanal is strengthening its international operations with a double appointment that underscores growth at the pan-European film group.
France's Why Not Productions is teaming with Romania's Mobra Films and Belgium's Les Films du Fleuve, Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne's Brussels-based shingle, to produce "Provizoriu," the next film by…
France, one of Europe's biggest film markets, is on track to smash box-office revenue records in 2011, for the third year running.
The merger of Antena 3 and smaller rival La Sexta, announced Wednesday, will not lessen the new entity's appetite for product, Antena 3 CEO Silvio Gonzalez told analysts Thursday.
Helmer-scribe Fernando Spiner, whose Gaucho Western "Aballay" walked away with the lion's share of kudos at Monday's Argentine Academy awards ceremony, is adapting another Argentine classic…
BUENOS AIRES -- Carlos Caridad Montero's "Beyond the Silicone Valley" and Nathalia Orozco's "Benghazi, Beyond the Front Line" took top honors Thursday at the third Doc Buenos Aires/Latin Side of the…
Antarctic-set "La Nada blanca" and fraud thriller "Perfidia" proved standouts at Ven TV, a landmark two-day showcase for the first fruits of a revolution in Argentine public service TV.
An intense 3rd Ventana Sur proved a metaphor for Latin America's film biz at large.
BUENOS AIRES -- Specialty distrib Seventh Art Releasing has acquired North American rights to Argentine helmer Ariel Winograd's romantic comedy "My First Wedding."