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A government office that functions much like "The Office" is the setting for a sparkling and savvy comedy of political manners from the unlikely hand of veteran French auteur Bertrand Tavernier.
Senior Pathe exec Francois Ivernel has quit the European mini-major to start up London-based production company Montebello Prods. Most recently, Ivernel had been serving as chairman of the board and…
A densely packed, often astonishing cinematic feast that honors Rome in all its splendor and superficiality.
Dimitri Rassam's Chapter 2 is joining forces with Jerome Seydoux's Pathe and Frederique Dumas' Orange Studio on "Saint Exupery," an English-language biopic of the famed aviator-turned-novelist…
When Jerome Seydoux, the scion of the Seydoux-Schlumberger industrial empire, bought Pathe in 1990, he helped not only to modernize Europe's oldest film company, but also to internationalize France's…
Benicio del Toro is in final negotiations to play notorious Colombian cocaine trafficker Pablo Escobar in "Paradise Lost," a Panama-set €20 million ($25 million) thriller romance produced by Dimitri…
Steered by helmer Bertrand Tavernier and Cannes topper Thierry Fremaux, France's Lumiere Grand Lyon Festival closed Saturday having confirmed that it has a vibrant future celebrating cinema's past.
An accessible, briskly paced and occasionally schematic adventure that could find its way into the hearts of unlikely auds via a kid-centric story and a solid perf by Stephen Dorff.
An unborn's unlikely moniker is the simple but effective motor of "What's in a Name?" a French comedy adapted from a play by Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre de la Patelliere.
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