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Eric Lagesse's Pyramide Intl. has closed a flurry of deals on Argentinean Lucia Puenzo's "Wakolda," Manoel de Oliveira's "Gebo and the Shadow" and Jeanne Moreau starrer "A Lady in Paris."
French-Algerian helmer-producer Rachid Bouchareb is set to produce "Meurtre entre soeurs," the feature debut of French star Sami Bouajila.
Having co-produced Sundance Festival Jury Prize winner "Violeta Went to Heaven," Brazil's Bossa Nova Films and Chile's Wood Prods. are re-teaming on "The Santo Amaro Circus."
Spain's DeAPlaneta Intl. has clinched a raft of sales, including deals with key Latin American pay TV operators HBO and Lap TV.
Zurich-based C-Films is following up its hit Swiss drama "The Foster Boy" and Bille August's Berlinale screener "Night Train to Lisbon" with "Global Beach," an environmental disaster satire.
Fabula, producer of Sony Pictures Classics' Chilean Oscar foreign-language nominee "No" and Berlin competition player "Gloria," is making its first toon feature, "Homeless," a spinoff from its…
Syfy is adapting Philip K. Dick's book "The Man in the High Castle" into a four-part miniseries, with Ridley Scott attached to exec produce.
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It was a share-the-wealth evening at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, as a host of developing acts took home their share of trophies during the Staples Center ceremonies.
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