SAN SEBASTIAN - Hernan Musaluppi and Natasha Cervi's Buenos Aires production house Rizoma, a prestige player in Argentina with distribution punch, has boarded "The Dolphins Go East," the directorial…
Cannes is spotlighting six young Latin American directors in its first focus on yet-to-be-completed movies.
PARIS — Cannes' Critics' Week has tapped Portuguese film journo-turned-helmer Miguel Gomes to preside over its Grand Prize jury. The jury, which comprises four film journalists, will vote for one of…
Calin Peter Netzer's Romanian social drama "Child's Pose" won the Berlin Film Festival's Golden Bear for best picture Saturday, while David Gordon Green took the Silver Bear for director for "Prince…
Mexican director Fernando Eimbcke ("Duck Season," "Lake Tahoe"), producer Christian Valdelievre and sales agent Funny Balloons are re-teaming on "Club Sandwich."
Adopt Films has acquired U.S. rights to Portuguese director Miguel Gomes' black-and-white "Tabu." Pic just won two prizes at Berlin -- the Alfred Bauer Prize and the Fipresci nod.
LONDON -- New Wave Films has acquired U.K. rights to Berlin Golden Bear winner "Caesar Must Die" by Italian helmers Paolo and Vittorio Taviani.
Paolo and Vittorio Taviani's black and white drama "Caesar Must Die," about prison inmates putting on a Shakespeare production, won the Berlinale's Golden Bear on Saturday.
Berlinale came to fruition thanks to the initiative of American Film Officer Oscar Martay. A committee first met on Oct. 9, 1950 to found an international film festival in the German city.
Asghar Farhadi's Iranian drama "Nader and Simin, a Separation," a look at contemporary Iranian society, took the top three awards at the Berlinale on Saturday.