Beta Cinema got off to a brisk start at the European Film Market, racking up sales for Agnieszka Holland's Polish Holocaust drama "In Darkness" and Tim Fehlbaum's theatrical debut "Hell."
Berlin Film Festival
Hungarian filmmakers are putting on a brave face in Berlin, determined not to let economic turmoil and a major shakeup in public film funding at home knock their confidence.
Spain's Imagina Intl. Sales has picked up international distribution rights to "Tengo ganas de ti" (I Want You), the sequel to 2010 Spanish B.O. hit "Three Meters Above the Sky."
The Berlinale Talent Campus has plenty to celebrate on its 10th anniversary: More than 10% of the 395 films screening at the fest this year originated from former participants of the educational…
A historical costume drama that celebrates a 19th century peasant revolt in one of eastern Europe's smallest nations, Lithuania, has become the country's biggest ever box office movie.
The critique of capital punishment Werner Herzog initiated with "Into the Abyss" comes to riveting fruition in "Death Row."
Sony Pictures Releasing Espana has acquired Spanish theatrical and DVD/VOD rights to "Fin" (The End).
A guide to half a dozen talents key to country's revitalized profile
Intl. hits embolden region's filmmakers to bigger dreams
With box office up 9% across Scandinavia in 2011, the key distribs say the region remains a robust territory for indie pics, following strong results last year for both mainstream and arthouse pics.
Thrillers, comedies, love stories and Nazis on the moon