France's Pyramide Intl. has sold Venice Critics' Week player "Angele and Tony" to a slew of territories, suggesting there is more life in the art-house market than is sometimes thought, at least for…
ARP Selection has greenlit thesp Sylvie Testud's directorial debut "La Vie d'une autre," a dramedy toplining Mathieu Kassovitz and Juliette Binoche.
Adding bigger-budget heft to the event, Dany Boon's Pathe-sold "Nothing to Declare" and Wild Bunch's "The Burma Conspiracy" will market preem at the 13th Unifrance Paris Rendez-Vous With French…
TF1 Intl. has inked a raft of sales on "The Names of Love," Michel Leclerc's comedy starring Jacques Gamblin ("The First Day of the Rest of Your Life").
Unifrance is launching My French Film Festival, an online event showcasing 10 features and shorts from emerging directors.
Following biopics on Edith Piaf and Serge Gainsbourg, French president Nicolas Sarkozy will be the next French icon to hit the bigscreen.
Showcasing a medley of French movies and unspooling at Paris' august Grand Hotel and Place de l'Opera Gaumont theaters, no national film showcase quite matches Unifrance's Paris Rendez-Vous.
U.S. actor, director and producer Robert De Niro has been named jury president of the 64th Cannes Film Festival.
France, Europe's biggest movie market, smashed box office records for the second year running in 2010.
Salma Hayek and Spanish comedian Jose Mota will topline "La Chispa de la vida" (As Luck Would Have It), a satirical take on contempo society helmed by Alex de la Iglesia ("The Oxford Murders," "The…
Bulwarked by 3D blockbusters, led by "Avatar," total 2010 box office in Spain was the third best in a decade, punching about Euros 655 million ($873.8 million), just 3% down on 2009, according to…