LONDON — India's Jungle Book Entertainment is targeting the U.S. market, working with Canadian producer Fred Fuchs to develop big-budget English-language TV drama "Greeks," in association with…
Gallic alpine village hosts hot co-production market and boosts profiles of Euro features.
France and China, two of the world's biggest film powers and markets, look to be moving closer, however halting and complex the entente may be.
Not even Charlotte Rampling can keep "I, Anna" from playing more like "Oy, Anna."
London-based Embargo Films has joined Vertigo Films to co-produce Nick Love's "The Sweeney," a bigscreen update of the 1970s TV cop series.
Joe Dante's "Monster Love" and Guillaume Ivernel's "Soul Man" proved standouts at Tuesday's Capital Regions for Cinema Co-Production Meeting in Cannes.
Never mind the near-total lockout of French films in competition. In Berlinale biz terms, French companies will make many of the biggest announcements -- this year as last.
Berlin-based X Filme has been added to the list of co-producers on Bille August's South African tale, "Goodbye Bafana," which began shooting in Cape Town last week.
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