Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American rights to Frank Pavich's documentary "Jodorowsky's Dune," two months after the film played at the Directors Fortnight section at Cannes.
Diego Galan's documentary offers only the most superficial glimpse at trends in post-1930 Spanish cinema.
Jim Jarmusch tweaks the vampire genre slightly in this sweet but slight love story about world-weary hipster bloodsuckers.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American rights to Ritesh Batra’s feature debut “The Lunchbox,” a Cannes Critics’ Week standout. A feel-good romantic comedy with culinary accents, pic…
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired U.S. rights to Asghar Farhadi’s “The Past,” which preems Friday at Cannes. SPC and Farhadi have collaborated successfully before. SPC released Farhadi’s Iranian…
CANNES—This year's Cannes saw a deluge of new titles brought onto the market. But, through Monday afternoon at least, there had not been a deluge of deals snapping them up. One day before the…
An idiosyncratically personal yet captivating 100-minute companion piece to 'The Story of Film,' focused entirely on the depiction of kids onscreen.
The Croisette will get a taste of Midwestern American sensibilities this year when Omaha native Alexander Payne screens his latest pic, Nebraska, in competition.
Jerry Lewis will return to Cannes for a screening of Daniel Noah’s drama “Max Rose,” starring Lewis, Claire Bloom, Kevin Pollak, Kerry Bishe and Mort Sahl. International Film Trust is launching…
Joseph L. Mankiewicz's "Cleopatra" is among 20 restored film gems and three docs in Cannes Classics, announced today in Paris.