The British Film Institute has sold its restored version of the classic Terence Davies movie "Distant Voices, Still Lives" to Bac Films in France and Sharmill Films in Australasia.
John de Mol's budding, Netherlands-based, multimedia conglom Talpa Media has launched an international distribution division called Talpa Content.
Upmarket slasher "Hannibal Rising" looks to carve out a decent opening in Europe this weekend while in Blighty the continued absence of "Night at the Museum" leaves the door open for "Charlotte's…
Italy has upped arts funding 17% to a total Euros 441 million ($573 million) for 2007 in the first tangible sign of the center-left government's more pro-arts stance compared with the days when…
Italian mobile phone operator 3 Italia announced on Friday that as of January 1 it had topped the 300,000 subscriber mark for its new DVB-H mobile TV service, but overall growth is occurring at a…
One-year-old Brazilian sales company Elo Audiovisual has tapped film exec Phyllis Mollet to rep its films in France.
L.A.-based Lightning Entertainment has snapped up international sales rights to a comedy called "The Cougar Club" from Open Sky Entertainment.
A. Zeta, a new Spanish distribution house, has closed Spanish rights on four pics from France's Wild Bunch: David Gordon Green's "Snow Angels," with Kate Beckinsale, Brit vet Nicolas Roeg's…
Strand Releasing has picked up U.S. rights to Israeli pic "The Bubble," which screens here in Panorama.
Peter Bart: The Back Lot: "I've finally admitted to myself that I am afraid of my own lawyer." A producer confided that to me the other day, and I found myself not only empathizing, but agreeing. We…
David Kinnard is ready for his closeup. Rather waiting for Hollywood to come knocking, the Nashville thesp conceived the First Annual Ever (Possibly Never to Be Repeated) David Kinnard Film Festival…