CJ Entertainment has signed a sheaf of deal memos for its two big AFM movies, Park Chan-wook's "I Am a Cyborg But That's OK" and period actioner "The Restless." Both bow in Korea next month.
Andrew Niccol ("Lord of War") will direct "Dali & I: The Surreal Story," based on Stan Lauryssen's autobiographical book, for Room 9 Entertainment.
Kosmic Films has launched U.S. operations with the acquisition of comedy "The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down."
Fortissimo has sold Wong Kar Wai's "Ashes of Time Redux" to BIM Distribuzione for Italy, A Films for Benelux, Prooptiki for Greece and United King for Israel.
Oz-U.S. sales company Arclight Films has picked up international rights to Alfonso Arau's upcoming "Dare to Love Me," a $15 million epic romancer set in 1930s Paris about the life of Argentine tango…
Regent Releasing has acquired worldwide rights to "Freshman Orientation" and plans to release the college comedy in the spring. Regent Worldwide Sales is handling international sales at the American…
Tsui Hark, the Hong Kong-based helmer of "Seven Swords," is to direct "Eye 3," third installment of the Chinese-language horror franchise, which has already given rise to two English-language remakes.
French sales house Celluloid Dreams has picked up world sales rights to "Triangle" a genre pic involving three of Hong Kong's best known directors.
The pic marking the return of "Shall We Dance" helmer Masayuki Suo to the director's chair after 11 years is the newest addition to the AFM lineup for Japanese sales company Pony Canyon.
Asian companies are responsible for the significant growth at this year's American Film Market. The number of Asian firms with suites at this year's AFM is 61, up from eight just five years ago.
Myriad Pictures has picked up worldwide rights to comedy "Trailer Park Boys: The Movie," which is based on the long-running Canada Showcase Television skein.