"A Prophet" star Tahar Rahim is set to star in Fatih Akin's "The Cut," the third installment in the filmmaker's trilogy on the human condition.
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Gregoire Melin's Kinology has acquired international sales rights outside France to French helmer Michel Gondry's "The We And The I."
Constantin Film is shoring up its domestic production by extending existing deals and signing new agreements with veteran and up-and-coming filmmakers.
Canadian producers are riding a surge of industry buzz and critical kudos at the European Film Market with hopes that a slate of pics from seasoned Canuck helmers and newcomers will keep the momentum…
Gaul-based helmer Tony Gatlif pays earnest but problematic homage to the Outrage/Occupy movement with "Indignados."
Music Box Films has acquired North American rights to Tomasz Thomson's offbeat German pic "Snowman's Land," which is sold by Guido Rud's FilmSharks Intl.
Filmmakers have taken the idea of prison theatricals and fashioned it into an attractive yet only superficially thought-provoking semi-docu.
"Winter Nomads" provides a closeup of two people who've chosen to continue the tradition of shepherd-led flock migrations.
Indomina has snapped up North American rights for dramatic thriller "LUV," which preemed in competition at Sundance earlier this year.
Producers from the former Eastern Bloc keep a sharp eye on Berlin's European Film Market, they say, because it tends to be a bellwether of how sales will go for the rest of the year.
Love stories, war movies, short pics and Angelina Jolie's directorial debut are set to unspool