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Celluloid Dreams/Uconnect has snatched up international sales rights to Japanese helmer Takashi Miike's next feature project, a contemporary take on “Yotsuya Kaiden,” a famed Japanese ghost story…
CANNES — Scottish helmer Michael Caton-Jones is set to make his bigscreen comeback with London-set sexy romance “The Amazing Mr. Jones.” In the run up to Cannes, uMedia has come on board to handle…
PARIS — Hengameh Panahi's Paris-based Celluloid Dreams, one of Europe's most respected sales companies, and Brussels' uMedia, a burgeoning Euro mini-studio, have tied the knot on an alliance that…
Tribeca Film and Focus World have partnered to acquire U.S. rights to "Greetings From Tim Buckley" three months after its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.
The first Venice Film Market wrapped on a high note Monday with clear signs of intensive, mostly Eurocentric, dealmaking being done, industryites praising facilities and services, and the prospect…
The first Venice Film Market wraps on a high note today with some deals sealed, industryites happy with facilities and services, and the likelihood that next year they won't save all their…
Celluloid Dreams has taken international rights outside Italy to Daniele Luchetti's comedy "Mythological Story of My Family," produced by Cattleya.
Marion Cotillard ("The Dark Night Rises," "Inception") is set to star in Jacques Audiard's "Rust and Bone," the Gallic helmer's followup to "A Prophet," which took 2009's Cannes fest by storm.
Hengameh Panahi's Celluloid Dreams has acquired international rights to "The Year of the Snake."
European production-sales house, Hengameh Panahi's Paris-based Celluloid Dreams, is entering micro-budget production.
Gus Van Sant and author Bret Easton Ellis will team to write a feature about the double suicide of artists Theresa Duncan and Jeremy Blake.