Meirelles, Revolution to produce 'Tropicalia'
Cannes Film Festival
U.K. distrib Revolver is taking a shot at becoming a film producer.
"It's taken a recession for my company to take off," jokes Effie Brown.
Paris-based shingle Pyramide has picked up French distribution rights to Lynn Shelton's comedy "Humpday," which screens at this year's Directors' Fortnight.
"Terminator" is the only franchise in which the distributors aren't locked in for future films.
Abel Ferrara is taking another walk on the wild side with a re-imagining of Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," which will be contemporized and titled "Jekyll and…
Storming into Cannes with an ever-more muscular international slate and standout financial results, Gallic mini-major StudioCanal has announced that it will be teaming with Neal Moritz's L.A.-based…
Doc traces music's essential role in the civil rights movement.
Helmer Lou Ye is at it again -- this time with lashings of gay sex -- in the five-way ensembler "Spring Fever."
Most studios and indies are downsizing with the downturn; Gallic mini-major StudioCanal is gearing up and still growing.
Cannes is off to a high-flying start with "Up" despite rumors about attendance and swine flu.