An "Odd Couple"-cum-martial-arts-road-movie set some 2,000 years ago.
Berlin Film Festival
Solidly made genre item looks at the relationships of two couples following kids' disappearance.
Polish producers and filmmakers will be invited to take part in a special seminar on better ways to promote their work internationally.
Born in Istanbul, the small, lively Frau Probst is, for many longtime Berlinale visitors, the real face of the festival.
Gaul's Films Distribution has taken worldwide rights outside mainland China to "Chongqing Blues," the latest movie from Wang Xiaoshuai ("In Love We Trust").
With three days to go in the Berlinale's 60th anni, "festive" is hardly the adjective most of the assembled press and industryites would apply to the program screened so far.
Festgoers may have endured some particularly frosty Berlin weather this year, but the international sales market is showing encouraging signs of warming up.
Mexico-based sales company Latinofusion has sold its Glauber Rocha Collection to Portugal's Midas.
VC Multimedia is moving into third-party pickups for foreign sales.
Another observational docu from respected French helmer Nicolas Philibert.