Despite a flurry of executive departures over the past year at Gallic major Gaumont, the company is maintaining ties to some of its former employees via a series of production deals.
Markets & Festivals
Visit Cannes 2000 Bejeweled and couture-clad celebs from the world of film and politics climbed the steps of the Palais in pouring rain Wednesday night for the opening ceremony of the 53rd…
Visit Cannes 2000 Sony Pictures Classics has picked up rights to Jason Alexander's "Just Looking" and Greg Berlanti's "Broken Hearts Club -- A Romantic Comedy," in between fully financing a number of…
Gotham-based production and financing outfit Shooting Gallery has lined up a development slate that includes an adaptation of Hunter Thompson's "The Rum Diary" starring Johnny Depp and Nick Nolte, a…
The Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art's film department, in conjunction with Filmmuseum Berlin and the Berlin Film Festival, will present a series called "Artificial Humans in the Cinema," a…
Interlight Pictures has acquired the worldwide rights to "Saint-Ex," about French author Antoine De Saint-Exupery ("The Little Prince"), in turnaround from Touchstone Pictures.
Marking a return to the location and classic thriller style of "Deep Red," considered by many to be his best film, Italian frightmeister Dario Argento starts shooting May 15 on an untitled…
Summit Entertainment has picked up international rights to the comedy spoof "Heart of Love" from Haxan Films' Eduardo Sanchez and Daniel Myrick, the creators of "The Blair Witch Project." Summit have…
Fresh off relaunching itself as a portal for Netcasters over the Web, iFilm has named American Film Institute festivals director and Slamdance co-founder Jon Fitzgerald as veep of programming.
The 2000 Cannes Film Market looks a lot like this year's Sundance: There's little in the way of white-hot films, but plenty of unknown quantities to keep everybody busy.