City of Lights, City of Angels, L.A.'s annual French film showcase, has always been about maintaining a bridge between Hollywood and Paris. As such, the week-long event has doubled as one continuous…
PARIS — France's indie producers guilds have rallied to try to overturn a new collective labor agreement that will rep the end of backend-style remuneration and flat daily rates for all technicians…
Staging what could be described as a Moliere-off, the new film from Philippe Le Guay casts his regular star, Fabrice Luchini, as a nebbishy, reclusive thespian who's coaxed out of retirement by a…
PARIS -- "The Artist" helmer Michel Hazanavicius is to take his first major acting role in "Jacky au royaume des filles" (Jacky in Women's Kingdom), a satirical laffer penned and directed by…
CANNES -- Charlotte Gainsbourg is to star in comicbook artist-turned-helmer Riad Sattouf's satirical comedy "Jacky au royaume des filles" (Jacky in Women's Kingdom).
DEAUVILLE, France -- Brunson Green ("The Help"), Georges Bermann ("Be Kind Rewind"), Antoine De Cazotte ("The Artist"), Anne-Dominique Toussaint ("Where Do We Go Now") and Famke Janssen ("Bringing Up…
More than just a local showcase, Mid East events are starting to capture global attention.
The genial and at times genuinely inventive pic should achieve modest arthouse success.
Lebanese helmer Nadine Labaki is set to helm the dramedy "Where Do We Go Now?," a follow-up to her critically acclaimed feature debut "Caramel."
The Middle and Near East topped the nominations list of the first ever Asia Pacific Screen Awards, a new regional kudofest to be held in Australia's Gold Coast in November.
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