Rolling off its sales hit with Palme d'Or winner "The Class," Paris-based Memento Films Intl. is driving into the acquisition of international rights on U.S. titles as its expands its geographical…
Gullane Filmes, Fabiano and Caio Gullane's Brazilian shingle, has optioned "Favela High-Tech," a Brazilian best-selling novel.
For its 56th edition, the San Sebastian Intl. Film Fest has packed its main competish with big-name auteurs: Michael Winterbottom ("Genova"), Kim Ki-duk ("Dream"), Daniel Burman ("The Empty Nest")…
U.S. filmmaker Charles Burnett will be the first subject of Wide Angle, a new sidebar at next month's 34th Deauville American Film Festival, created to highlight an original figure in American cinema.
Heddy Honigmann's "El Olvido," Christian Poveda's "La Vida loca" and Enrique Rivero's "Parque Via" will screen at San Sebastian's Horizontes Latinos panorama of contempo Latin America movie-making.
Vereda Filmes, Brazil's biggest sales company, has inked to handle overseas rights on helmer Breno Silveira's "Once Upon a Time in Rio" and helmer Mauro Lima's "My Name Ain't Johnny."
Celluloid Dreams has inked to handle international sales on a pair of Venice competition films that focus on contempo social ills in Brazil.
Spanish telco Telefonica is revamping its triple play package in order to give away its Internet TV practically free-of-charge.