French helmer Stephane Brize, who has steadily built an international sales base on delicate relationship dramas, is set to direct "A Few Hours of Spring."
Berlin Film Festival
Quebec helmer Stephane Lafleur's sophomore effort displays an impressive command of tone.
Lithuanian first-timer Saulius Drunga's drama "Anarchy in Zirmunai" has been acquired in key European territories.
Vienna-based Terra Mater Factual Studios -- a new addition to Europe's nature-themed production and overseas distribution -- has acquired international rights to Spaniard Gerardo Olivares'…
Producers look set to reap coin from the EU's Media Mundus program.
CDI Films has acquired theatrical and DVD rights to Spanish action comedy "Torrente 4" for Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay, marking the Argentine-Chilean distributor's latest bet on Spanish…
A dishwater-dull rock doc about teenage band 1000 Robota.
Since its launch in 2003, the Berlinale's educational Talent Campus has become an integral part of the festival, energizing young filmmakers around the world and inspiring other international fests…
It could be the plot for an edgy reality TV show: the mayor of a remote Eastern European village that even the Internet has bypassed is desperate to fend off the death of his community by marrying…
Philipp Stoelzl's "Goethe!" is generating brisk business throughout Europe and Asia, with Japan's Gaga the latest distrib to acquire the hit historical romance about the dashing young 18th-century…