France's Carrere Group, one of Gaul's biggest TV producers, has been placed in liquidation.
Luc Besson's 10-year-old EuropaCorp has conquered world markets, producing four $100 million-plus worldwide grossers in the last five years.
Spain's Bitart New Media and Ilusion Optica, the companies behind Roberto Caston's Berlin sales hit "Ander," are reteaming on Caston's sophomore pic, "Los Tontos y los estupidos."
Longterm Luc Besson associate Christophe Lambert has been tapped as the new CEO of EuropaCorp, Besson's production, distribution and international sales powerhouse.
Two of Latin America's most striking directorial talents, Argentina's Pablo Fendrik and Lucia Puenzo, have teamed to write suspenser "Hombres de humo" (Smoke Men).
In a major, if expected, re-think of its contents strategy, giant Gallic telecom FT-Orange is looking for a buyer for its pay TV channels Orange Sports and Orange Cinema Series.
Gallic conglom Lagardere Ent. will list its stake in Gallic pay TV operator Canal Plus France.
Spanish director Alex de la Iglesia has been awarded Spain's National Cinema Prize.
The fight over Michael Radford's Spanish Civil War comedy "La Mula" (The Mule) continued this week with lead producer Alejandra Frade of Madrid-based Gheko Films answering critics.
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp has teamed up with Paris-based Elzevir Films to produce French director Radu Mihaileanu's dramedy "La Source des femmes."
A financial and artistic wrangle between the three co-producers of helmer-scribe Michael Radford's Spanish Civil War comedy "La Mula" (The Mule) continues to unfold, eight months after lack of funds…
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