The helmer's third semi-autobiographical feature touches on themes of mortality and middle-aged panic in a mostly breezy, intelligent style.
Cannes Film Festival
Foresight CEO and chairman Mark Damon first came to Cannes in the mid-1970s as an acquisitions executive. This year, Damon is celebrating Sony's multi-territory deal for his Neil Bogart biopic…
Gordon Steel first came to Cannes as a buyer’s rep for Germany’s Scotia Films in 1982 and has been back almost every year since. With clients including Portugal’s Zon Lusomundo, Ster-Kinekor in…
Nine years after the end of apartheid, South Africa's film industry has grown an average 14% per year since 2008 and employs roughly 40,000 people, of which 66% are black, according to the first…
A competently acted, technically adequate Cliff Notes take on Faulkner's tale of dirt-poor Missippi folk in mourning.
Spain's Javier Ruiz Caldera, whose "Ghost Graduation" was picked up by Fox for North and Latin America, will direct inept spy action-comedy "Anacleto Secret Agent," produced by Francisco Ramos at…
Tyro helmer Amit Kumar invests a schematic police-thriller structure with a compelling moral dilemma..
Chile's Invercine Producciones has teamed with Filmadora Nacional, producer of smash hit “The Noble Family,” and Colombia's Rhayuela, the company behind “El Paramo,” to produce Andres Waissbluth's…
While the USA Network has boarded the Stateside sitcom adaptation of French short “Love is Dead,” Paris-based De Films en Aiguilles is developing a spinoff feature that Gaul's TF1 Intl. has acquired…
“The Orphanage” producer Rodar y Rodar is teaming with Atresmedia, the film arm of top Spanish broadcaster Atresmedia group, to produce $20 million sci-fi thriller “Mirage,” Rodar's English-language…