Argentine director Pablo Fendrik, whose "Blood Appears" played in Cannes' Critics' Week on Sunday, is preparing a feature film about a Chinese pyromaniac.
Portuguese production-distribution-sales house VC Filmes has plunged into its first feature, "Amalia," a bio of fado legend Amalia Rodrigues.
Christophe Gans' next film will be an adaptation of Leo Perutz's "The Swedish Cavalier" for La Petite Reine, the French company selling "Public Enemy Number One" in the Cannes market.
One of France's biggest TV producers, Marathon Media, is teaming with France Telecom-Orange's Studio 37 to produce an E8 million ($12.7 million) animated feature version of Marathon's international…
France's StudioCanal is preparing a biopic on Gallic actor and singer Yves Montand and producing a thriller from "Days of Glory" director Rachid Bouchareb.
Top Japanese production company Sedic Intl. has created an exclusive production partnership with Celluloid Dreams, starting with films from Junji Sakamoto and Naoto Takenaka.
Indie distributor IFC has taken U.S. rights to Olivier Assayas' Juliette Binoche starrer "Summer Hours," which is produced and sold by Gallic major MK2.
Illusion Studios, Argentina's biggest toon-pic producer, is expanding into TV and legit as it seeks to bolster profits.
Woody Allen's homage to Catalonia, "Vicky Cristina Barcelona," might not seem an obvious dead ringer for Spanish chiller "The Orphanage."
A look at Spanish films headed for Cannes.
Cinetic Media and 6 Sales are teaming to handle worldwide sales on fashion house-set "Rage," directed by Sally Potter and toplining Jude Law, Judi Dench, Dianne Wiest, John Leguizamo and Steve…