The 2010 Cannes film market introduced no radical shifts -- but it offered a series of small innovations that could be laying the groundwork for major changes.
Cannes Film Festival
For the first time in more than a decade, a Hindi film played in Cannes. Bollywood pics "My Name Is Khan" and "3 Idiots" have broken records at the box office. Warner's "Atithi tum kab jaoge?" and…
A playfully caustic tale of a Georgian filmmaker endures at home and in exile in France.
Director Rachid Bouchareb ditches whatever subtlety he possessed in favor of all-out propaganda.
There's still no announcement of the Weinsteins official takeover of Miramax Films.
Sony Pictures Classics nabbed all rights in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand to Cannes competition screener "Of Gods and Men" from sales agent Wild Bunch.
IFC Films has pacted with Wild Bunch for U.S. rights to two Cannes offerings, Gregg Araki's "Kaboom" and Jorge Michel Grau's "We Are What We Are."
"Lily Sometimes," directed by France's Fabienne Berthaud, and Belgian Olivier Masset-Depasse's "Illegal" took top kudos at the 42nd Cannes Directors' Fortnight.
More readily accessible than his previous films, yet even more resistant to concrete interpretation.
IFC Films has picked up U.S. rights to Bertrand Tavernier's "The Princess of Montpensier," the historical drama screening in competish at Cannes this year.
The Europa Cinemas network of exhibs has selected Italo pic "Le Quattro volte," which centers on the life of an old shepherd in Calabria, as the best European film in the Directors' Fortnight section…