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.
Kiefer Sutherland starrer ``Mirrors,'' from Los Angeles-based Gallic helmer Alexandre Aja, will open Spain's Sitges Film Festival of Catalonia, Europe's biggest genre pic event.
Betina Goldman's London-based One-Eyed Films has taken international rights to "No morire sola" (I Will Never Die Alone), from Argentinian horror outfit Paura Flics, a young and prolific genre pic…
Wide Management, Loic Magneron's Paris-based production and sales company, has sold Locarno Open Doors player "Cuando me toque a mi" (When My Time Comes) to the Global Film Initiative in an all…
Kinology, Gregoire Melin's new Paris-based sales company, has picked up international rights outside France to Francois Dupeyron's feel-good drama "Aide-toi, le ciel t'aidera" (With a Little Help…
Three tough takes on social marginalization from young Spanish helmers will compete for the Zabaltegi-New Directors prize at September's San Sebastian Festival.
TV audiences all over Europe are tuning into the Beijing Olympics, but the time-zone disparity has yielded uneven results when comparing tune-in with the 2004 Games in Athens.
On Aug. 9, France Telecom's Orange TV launched a new French revolution.
Dennis Hopper will be the subject of an exhibition, "Dennis Hopper & the New Hollywood," which will open Oct. 13 at the Cinematheque Francaise in Paris.