PARIS -- Arte France Cinema, the film arm of the Franco-German net, will co-produce four pics, including "Tom a la ferme" from Canadian helmer Xavier Dolan.
Cafe De Flore
Thanks to provincial tax incentives, Hollywood producers have flocked to Canada. Now, ironically, reductions in funding from the federal government may make the nation a less hospitable place for its…
Writer-helmer Philippe Falardeau's "Monsieur Lazhar," which came up short in the foreign-lingo category at the Oscars, fared better at the Genie Awards, dominating the Canadian film awards in Toronto…
Adopt Films has acquired U.S. rights to Portuguese director Miguel Gomes' black-and-white "Tabu." Pic just won two prizes at Berlin -- the Alfred Bauer Prize and the Fipresci nod.
This loose-limbed, emotionally complex work should see some Euro arthouse action as well as a respectable post-Toronto local bow.
The Toronto Film Festival unveiled its Canadian slate of 26 features, including 15 world preems, on Tuesday morning.
The Venice Film Festival's independently run Venice Days section has unveiled a strong mix of name auteurs and promising newcomers in its lineup of 12 titles, 10 of which are world preems.
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