Spanish helmer Fernando Trueba, who won the foreign-language Oscar for "Belle Epoque," is back in the saddle.
Playing off its world premiere in the Cannes Market, Safy Nebbou's psychological thriller "L'empreinte de l'ange" (Mark of an Angel) has been sold by Celluloid Dreams to Benelux (Lumiere), Canada…
In the runup to this month's Discop TV mart in Budapest, Madrid-based Imagina Intl. Sales has licensed Italian format rights on hit cop comedy series "Los hombres de Paco" (Paco's Men) to Endemol…
Investment from outside the U.S. continued to fuel high-profile projects at Cannes, as Kim Jee-woon, the sought-after Korean director whose "The Good the Bad the Weird" wrapped the fest's special…
Tornasol Films has boarded the Euros25 million ($38.8 million) "The Yellow M" (aka "The Yellow Mark"), Alex de la Iglesia's live-action adaptation of Belgian Edgar Pierre Jacob's comic book "La…
President Nicolas Sarkozy's government is set to authorize a second commercial break in films aired on commercial Gallic broadcasters TF1, M6 and paybox Canal Plus.
Confirming Cannes buzz that a clutch of its titles was generating sales heat, Pathe Intl. has confirmed healthy sales on Stephen Frears "Cheri," a brace of Croisette takers for Danny Boyle's "Slumdog…
Salomon Castiel has ankled as director of the Malaga Spanish Film Festival, Spain's biggest film fest dedicated to national production and a fixture in Spanish pic producers' calendar.
Luc Besson's Gallic major EuropaCorp is dipping its toe in new- media production with a mobile TV movie channel.
Albert Espinosa's "Don't Ask Me to Kiss You Because I Will," Jesus Ponce's "Lazy Days" and, if ready on time, Gerardo Herrero's "Que parezca un accidente" will have their market bows at the third…