In the first major U.S. acquisition of the festival, Miramax Films has lassoed Wisit Sasanatieng's Thai cowboy movie "Tears of the Black Tiger."
Fox station KTTV led the L.A. market with 22 local Emmy noms, announced Thursday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS).
Independent Digital Entertainment, the New York-based digital video collective whose "Chelsea Walls" is screening in Directors Fort-night, has appointed Danish outfit Trust Film Sales its worldwide…
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Lot 47 has taken North American rights to Claire Denis' out-of-competition shocker, the $8 million "Trouble Every Day."
Julie Savay-Ross has launched international theatrical distribution company Voltaire Entertainment Group, with plans to distribute three or four films per year. She has international distribution…
Paul Breuls' finance and production shingle, Corsan Films, has tapped David Lamping to serve as the company's film consultant.
New Spanish production company 42nd Street Prods. has appointed Olaf de Boer as its head of international sales. The former ad exec previously worked at La Cosa de las Peliculas.
Dan Talbot's New Yorker Films has acquired U.S. rights to Sandi Simcha DuBowski's doc "Trembling Before G-d."
Good Machine Intl. has sold Joel and Ethan Coen's Cannes competition entry "The Man Who Wasn't There" to Buena Vista Intl. for release in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Latin America.
Samantha Lang will direct the $6 million feature "The Idol," starring Leelee Sobieski and James Hong. TF1 Intl. is handling world sales.