"The White Ribbon," "Police, Adjective" and "Amreeka" won the 2009 FIPRESCI awards.
Films from France and from Belgium, "Goodbye Gary" and "Lost Person's Area," took top honors.
"J'ai tue ma mere" (I Killed My Mother) took three prizes at the 41st Cannes Directors' Fortnight.
Campo Cine, the Buenos Aires production label of Argentine auteur Diego Lerman and producer partner Nicolas Avruj, is teaming with France's Agat Films & Cie to produce Lerman's third feature, "Moral…
Spanish premium paybox Canal Plus Spain has taken exclusive Spanish pay TV rights to the three films and six TV movies making up blockbuster Swedish fiction franchise "Millennium," based on the…
Rolling off his success in Ken Loach's "Looking for Eric," soccer-star-turned thesp Eric Cantona will topline "Les mouvements du bassin" (The Pelvis Moves), the next film from Gallic helmer HPG, the…
Colombian abduction drama "La Milagrosa" has been sold to Japan's AK Films by Argentina's FilmSharks Intl.
"City of God" co-director Katia Lund is attached to helm "Dancing Arabs," which will be her first feature since she directed "City" with Fernando Meirelles.
Helmer Gerard Corbiau ("Farinelli," "The Music Teacher") is attached to direct "Le diable au corps," a straight-to-film opera written with general film audiences — and only film audiences — in…
As the Cannes Film Festival heads into its final days, it's been a steady, if unspectacular market.
The Seville European Film Festival has reupped its deal with the European Film Academy to host the nominations ceremony for the EFA Awards -- Europe's equivalent of the Oscars --through 2012.