Spanish distribs made a cautious return to the negotiating table in recent weeks, grabbing the rights to a raft of Berlin titles. Despite this, Spain remains a tough market.
For buyers, the most talked-about screening at this month's Berlin Festival lasted just 10 minutes, and it wasn't even in English.
A small France-set Maghreb immigrant drama from a young helmer, Abdellatif Kechiche's "The Secret of the Grain," stole the show at France's 33rd Cesar Awards Friday, taking film, director and…
MADRID Mouse House TV in Europe has teamed with an ideal partner -- itself.
Buenos Aires-based FilmSharks Intl. has boarded "Football Club," a TV series directed by Israel Adrian Caetano about the passion of soccer in South America.
Net profits at Antena 3 TV, Spain's second highest rated commercial broadcaster, tumbled 31% last year to e195.8 million ($286.6 million), eroded by falling market share and the costs of tying down…
Three of Pathe's flagship productions — Danny Boyle's "Slumdog Millionaire," Christophe Barratier's "Paris 36" and Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud's "Oceans" — all clinched key territory sales at…
TF1, France's biggest broadcaster, reported net profits for 2007 of e227.8 million ($335.8 million), down 50% on the previous year-- a drop explained, by the 2006 sale of TF1's stake in digital…
Continuing the corporate makeover of its overseas TV biz, the Walt Disney Company has created a new European super group for program, channel distribution and new media deals, to be headed by…
Led by sales rolls on "Largo Winch," "The Wrestler," "Afterwards" and "Sangre Pazzo," Paris-based Wild Bunch closed multiple territories on a swathe of titles at the Berlinale.
Coming into Berlin with buzz from a Tiger nod at the Rotterdam film fest and New Currents competition kudos at Pusan, "Wonderful Town," the solo feature film debut of Thai helmer Aditya Assarat, has…