Leonel Vieira's Stopline Films, one of Portugal's most internationally-minded producers, has tapped former Cannes Directors' Fortnight topper Francois da Silva to fire up its international business.
Paramount Pictures has picked up Spanish rights to Gaby Ibanez's 'Hierro.'
Brazil's Gullane and Germany's Eva Group have boarded Luc Marescot's docu feature "Amazonia, the Green Planet," one of the most expensive films ever about the Amazon.
Producer-sales agent Philippe Bober will produce and sell new films by Austria's Ulrich Seidl and Hungary's Kornel Mundruczo.
International sales companies like Focus Features, Pathe and Studio Canal are doing good business.
StudioCanal has had a banner Cannes, consolidating its status among the foremost production and sales operations in Europe.
Renewing its relationship with one of Spain's most popular auteurs, Mediapro will produce the next film by Fernando Leon ("Barrio," "Princesses").
It's official: The Cannes Festival and Marche du Film will partner with Argentina's INCAA film institute on a major new Latin American film market and confab named Ventana Sur.
Sold by Gallic mini-major StudioCanal, Daniele Thompson's "Change of Plans" has been picked up by IFC for U.S. theatrical and video-on-demand distribution.
Alain Goldman, producer of "La Vie en rose," will team with France's Gaumont to produce another highly ambitious — and potentially controversial — movie: "The Round Up," a chronicle of an act of…
Marion Cotillard will topline "Les Petits Mouchoirs," a $25 million tragicomedy that marks the next film from helmer Guillaume Canet.