Its economic growth may be slowing but in film terms Brazil, the subject of a Cannes Tribute, is still bulking up.
Underscoring the marquee value of heavyweight auteurs, Mexican Carlos Reygadas' "Post tenebras lux," which bows in Cannes competition Thursday, has struck several sales deals at Cannes.
French helmer Kim Chapiron, whose English-language debut "Dog Pound" earned him Tribeca's new narrative filmmaker prize, is prepping his sophomore feature, "La Creme de la Creme," a French-lingo…
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Fox Intl. has acquired rights to North America, Latin America and Spain on "The 7th Floor," starring Ricardo Darin.
Edgard Tenembaum, Paris-based producer of Walter Salles' "The Motorcycle Diaries," has boarded "Water -- Between Imagination and Reality," an omnibus feature of nine shorts made by Israel-based…
Already benefitting from a movie co-production agreement, Italy and Argentina will extend the pact to TV, the countries' film authorities announced at Cannes.
New York and Paris-based Urban Distribution Intl. has bought worldwide rights outside Latin America to one of the region's key titles in production in 2012: "Roa," from Colombia's Andi Baiz.
Following Edith Piaf, Serge Gainsbourg and Nicolas Sarkozy, France's new president Francois Hollande will be the subject of a bigscreen docu in "Le Pouvoir" (The Power).
Bruno Bettati's Chilean shingle Jirafa Films has boarded rock band saga "Miguel San Miguel," Matias Cruz's fiction feature account of Chile's most famous band, Los Prisioneros.
Paris-based Kinology has closed more than 20 territories on helmer-scribe Harmony Korine's "Spring Breakers," after unveiling a five-minute promo reel of the pic.
Bruno Bettati's Chilean shingle Jirafa Films has boarded rock band saga "Miguel San Miguel," Matias Cruz's fiction feature account about Chile's most famous band, Los Prisioneros.