Glen Basner's FilmNation Entertainment has virtually sold out the world on Steven Soderbergh's newest pic "Bitter Pill" at the European Film Market.
This year's Berlin Film Festival Homage is dedicated to Oscar winner Meryl Streep. Today, Steep will be awarded the Honorary Golden Bear for Lifetime Achievement at a screening of her latest work…
A glum but tenderly observed micro-portrait of a woman struggling to re-enter society after being released from prison.
LONDON -- Entertainment One has acquired North American rights to Dennis Lee's "Jesus Henry Christ," which premiered at last year's TriBeCa fest.
Tribeca Film has picked up North American rights to Keanu Reeves-produced docu "Side By Side" in Berlin.
BERLIN -- Herbert Kloiber's Tele Muenchen Group has acquired "The Hobbit" and James Bond film "Skyfall" as part of a five-year free TV rights deal inked with MGM for German-speaking Europe.
Mark Damon's Foresight Unlimited has seen its busiest market ever in Berlin, clocking up more than $65 million in pre-sales thanks to projects like "2 Guns" and "Rule #1."
A tale of a young woman's compulsive and transgressive sexual behavior that features ample shots of its characters' nether-regions, "Hemel" at first feels like a Dutch female version of "Shame."
Victoria Abril and Labina Mitevska play two femmes dwelling in very different corners of Europe whose parallel stories converge in the mannered, contrived drama "The Woman Who Brushed Off Her Tears."
Intelligently assembled observational docu "Soldier/Citizen" follows an Israeli Defense Forces-sponsored civics course for soldiers nearing the end of their service who want to obtain a high-school…
As if molded from a cookie cutter, the three stories in "Love" are cute, crumbly and not particularly filling.