There's no doubt that buyers were hungry at this year's Berlin European Film Market, but as sales agents packed up their stands on Wednesday one thing was clear -- less standout product coupled with…
Berlin Film Festival
Paris-based art film force Pyramide Intl. has powered up sales at the European Film Market, inking a raft of deals on Ismael Ferroukhi's "Free Men," Andrei Zvyagintsev's awaited "Elena" and Alix…
A fresh and immensely likable romance that builds to the moment its central characters meet.
With 41 productions signed on to the film rebate system enacted here last year, just about every quarter of the local biz is sharing in the rebirth of foreign shoots here.
Prague's storied Barrandov studios, perhaps because of its scale and long history of film credits, aren't usually thought of in connection with the smallscreen.
To the European film industry, the name Barrandov signifies something different from what it may to Stateside producers -- even for those who have shot here.
Emotionally immature pic thinks it's saying something profound about its obsessive-compulsive protag.
Fortissimo Films has secured a raft of sales on Kevin Macdonald's "Marley," about the late reggae legend.
Bela Tarr's reportedly final film is an apocalyptically bleak statement about the futility of it all.
It was billed as a wild evening of drinking and carousing -- and it wound up on the police blotter.
Scandinavian distrib Scanbox snapped up rights to a slew of pics at the Berlinale, including David Cronenberg's "A Dangerous Method."