In a sign that pastures may be greener for film financing companies in Europe than the U.S., New York and L.A.-based financing and investment company Continental Entertainment Capital has launched a…
The Cannes Film Festival's 40th Directors' Fortnight, announced Friday in Paris, boasts a huge Gallic presence, both in terms of directors and productions.
Vet Polish auteur Jerzy Skolimowski's comeback movie, "Four Nights With Anna," will world preem as the opening film of the Cannes Film Festival's 40th Directors' Fortnight.
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After its strong Latino flavor last year, Cannes sidebar Critics' Week largely focuses on European pics for its 47th edition.
Steven Soderbergh's two-part Che Guevara biopic, Clint Eastwood's "Changeling," Steven Spielberg's long-awaited "Indiana Jones" sequel and Woody Allen's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" will all world…
In its first tranche of sales, IFC has taken all U.S. rights to Sundance and Tribeca player "Strangers."
Jan Sverak's "Empties," Ralf Westhoff's "Shoppen" and Peter Schonau Fog's "The Art of Crying" proved standouts at PicturEurope!, a showcase of contempo Euro pics that ran April 11-17 in Madrid.
Endemol France has tapped Yves Bigot, program director at Belgian pubcaster RTBF, as chief programs officer.
Paris-based sales agent and production house Roissy Films has sold the last major territory on "Caramel," closing all rights with Cetera Intl. for Japan, currently one of the toughest artfilm markets…
For the major U.S. studios, the Mip TV mart used to be a relatively sedate affair. They'd take a back seat as international buyers scoured to buy foreign formats, post-"Survivor" and "Big Brother,"…