While a handful of features from the Arab world made their way into Cannes' Official Selection, Lebanese helmer Nadine Labaki's Un Certain Regard title "Where Do We Go Now?" stands as the sole film…
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Amber Entertainment has optioned American author Donna Leon's "Acqua Alta," the fifth in her series of 17 bestselling mysteries set in Venice, Italy, looking to start a franchise centered around the…
Echo Bridge has acquired North American rights to romantic comedy "Coming and Going," starring Rhys Darby, Sasha Alexander and Fionnula Flanagan.
High off positive reaction to Cannes competish contender "We Need to Talk About Kevin," BBC Films has announced new productions to its slate this year including Cillian Murphy starrer "Broken,"…
London-based sales and financing outfit Intandem Films has joined forces with L.A.-based shingle Mary Alice Prods. to finance, produce and sell a slate of pics in the $20 million-$40 million range.
"The Orphanage" producer Rodar y Rodar is re-teaming with Spain's Antena 3 Films to make "El cuerpo" (The Body).
Sales are heating up on Italo helmer Nanni Moretti's competition player "We Have a Pope," which Fandango Portobello expects to close out by the end of the Cannes market.
Paris-based Ubisoft Motion Pictures, the film and TV production arm of the French game-publishing giant, is developing 3D features based on some of its top vidgame franchises -- "Assassin's Creed,"…
Arguably writer-helmer Bertrand Bonello's most straightforward pic, and none the worse for it, "House of Tolerance" explores life in an upmarket brothel at the turn of the last century.
Japanese ad shop Asatsu-DK (ADK) is partnering with the China Animation Group to enter Chinese market.
Sweden's emerging female feature film directors have the chance to get their next project fully funded under a prize launched Sunday by the Stockholm film festival in Cannes.