France's Michel Ocelot is prepping 3D toon feature "Kirikou et les hommes et les femmes" (Kirikou and Men and Women).
Sundance title "Take Shelter" is on its way across the world with an early sale to Ad Vitam for France.
Hong Kong helmer and producer Peter Chan Ho-sun is unveiling his latest actioner, the Teddy Chen-helmed "The Flying Guillotines," at the European Film Market in Berlin.
Aung San Suu Kyi, human rights advocate and Nobel Peace laureate, has been appointed as guest director of Brighton Festival, which runs May 7-29.
Czech cinema, commanding a nearly 40% domestic marketshare, is at a high-water mark, with ticket prices averaging more than $6 and auds for all films north of 1.2 million -- the biggest crowds…
French laffer "Nothing to Declare" had a mammoth five-day bow.
The Hong Kong Film Festival Society will give a special award to Fortissimo Films.
Poland has a strong showing in Berlin this year with four titles in official selection, including Jan Komasa's debut "Suicide Room," playing in Panorama Special as a world premiere.