European major StudioCanal has sold Robert Guediguian's "Army of Crime" to Lorber Films for the U.S.
Gaul's Films Distribution has taken worldwide rights outside mainland China to "Chongqing Blues," the latest movie from Wang Xiaoshuai ("In Love We Trust").
Festgoers may have endured some particularly frosty Berlin weather this year, but the international sales market is showing encouraging signs of warming up.
Mexico-based sales company Latinofusion has sold its Glauber Rocha Collection to Portugal's Midas.
VC Multimedia is moving into third-party pickups for foreign sales.
Massimo Saidel is stepping down as international sales partner at Madrid-based Spanish sales consortium Latido to assume a new role as cultural attache for media at the French Embassy in Rome.
Dany Boon will helm "Nothing to Declare," a follow-up to his B.O. hit "Welcome to the Sticks."
Carlos Reygadas ("Silent Light"), the lynchpin of a new generation of Mexican directors, is prepping his next feature, "Post Tenebras Lux."
"A Prophet" producer Chic Films is in advanced negotiations with Alfred Huermer's Munich-based Integral Film for Integral to co-produce Chic's "Wayfaring Strangers."
Gaul's Quad Films, which teamed with Focus Features Intl. to produce "Heartbreaker," is lining up Gerard Depardieu starrer "Small World."
London-based the Bureau is producing Julie Gavras' romantic comedy "Late Bloomers" with France's Gaumont and Sylvie Pialat's Les Film du Worso.