Paris-based Other Angle Pictures has acquired international rights to "Les Seigneurs" (The Lords), a Euros21 million ($29 million) social comedy from "La Vie en rose" director Olivier Dahan.
Angela Bosch, one of Europe's best-regarded promotion board honchos, has been laid off as director of Catalan Films and TV, a victim of punishing public-sector cutbacks in Catalonia.
Confirming a strong 12 months for Asian anime, South Korea's "Green Days" and "The House" and Japan's "Colorful" and "Tibetan Dog" will compete at June's Annecy Animation Festival.
FilmSharks Intl. has sold several pics from its diverse slate to foreign buyers.
Kristin Scott Thomas, Jean Pierre Bacri ("Let It Rain") and Isabel Carre ("The Refuge") are attached to relationship comedy "Cherchez Hortense," to be helmed by writer-turned-director Pascal Bonitzer…
Lending auteur heft to the section and to a certain extent confirming expectations, Gus Van Sant's "Restless" will open this year's Cannes Festival's Un Certain Regard on May 12.
Fred Cavaye, director of "Anything For Her," which Paul Haggis remade as "The Next Three Days," has a thriller in the works.
Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci has been awarded the Cannes Film Festival's first annual Honorary Palme d'Or.
European pay TV powerhouse Canal Plus France has acquired exclusive French pay TV rights to Starz's 10-episode adventure series "Camelot."
One decade ago, most Latin American national film industries were struggling for survival. Now, after production levels have boomed in most territories, they're battling for the keys to further…
Madrid-based sales consortium Latido Films has acquired international rights outside Mexico to "The Fifth Commandment," directed by Mexican Rafael Lara ("La Milagrosa").