High profile French animation artist Guillaume Ivernel is onboard to direct a 3D animated sci-fi thriller, "Soul Man," his follow-up to "Dragon Hunters."
France's Le Pacte founder Jean Labadie is leveraging his long relationships in the biz to build his 3-year-old company into a major force.
Hengameh Panahi's Celluloid Dreams has acquired international rights to "The Year of the Snake."
Eran Riklis is attached to direct "Dancing Arabs," an adaptation of Sayed Kashua's bestseller.
France's Backup Films is structuring finance on "El Frances."
Gaul's Kinology has nabbed international sales rights to Mexican helmer-scribe Everardo Valerio Gout's psychological thriller "Days of Grace."
Germany's Match Factory has picked up all international rights to Spanish Civil War drama "La voz dormida."
Barcelona's Rodar y Rodar is teaming with Sony to make Spain's first 3D genre film.
France's Michel Ocelot is prepping 3D toon feature "Kirikou et les hommes et les femmes" (Kirikou and Men and Women).
Spain's film industry has lamented for years that its movies had never drawn auds like the local TV.
French helmer Stephane Brize, who has steadily built an international sales base on delicate relationship dramas, is set to direct "A Few Hours of Spring."
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