Funny Balloons has clinched a slew of territories on Berlin competition favorite "Gloria." Roadside Attractions announced late Monday it had acquired U.S. rights to Chilean Sebastian Lelio's dramedy…
Octane, IM Global's genre label, will fully finance Hong Kong director Andrew Lau's "Revenge of the Green Dragons," which is gearing up to start production this April. Andrew Loo co-directs.
Mister Smith has licensed the Constantin-produced romcom "Love, Rosie," with Lily Collins and Sam Claflin, to 30 countries -- one of fewer than a dozen high-profile sales hits at the European Film…
With just three days of the European Film Market to go, it's becoming clear that the most robust business has been on a small number of relatively big films. Otherwise, sales have been sluggish.
Gaul's Compagnie des Phares et Balises and Babylone Prods. have acquired rights to Cuban Leonardo Padura's bestseller "The Man Who Loved Dogs" and plan an English-language bigscreen adaptation.
Cohen Media Group has closed U.S. distribution on Emmanuelle Bercot's Catherine Deneuve starrer "On My Way" ahead of its Berlin competition world premiere Friday.
Rufus Sewell will star in child abuse drama "Helen," Irish writer-director Virginia Gilbert's sophomore pic.
Madrid's Media Business School, one of Europe's leading film-TV biz training orgs, is launching a new initiative: Audiovisual Strategic Business Planning.
Having co-produced Sundance Festival Jury Prize winner "Violeta Went to Heaven," Brazil's Bossa Nova Films and Chile's Wood Prods. are re-teaming on "The Santo Amaro Circus."
Fabula, producer of Sony Pictures Classics' Chilean Oscar foreign-language nominee "No" and Berlin competition player "Gloria," is making its first toon feature, "Homeless," a spinoff from its…
Chilean helmer Cristian Jimenez, one of the emerging voices of Latin American cinema, is following up Cannes' Un Certain Regard player "Bonsai" with "Voice Over," a dramatic dissection of a…