IFC Films has picked up U.S. distribution rights to two titles at Cannes: Xavier Dolan's "Heartbeats" and Antoine Blossier's feature directorial debut "Prey."
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Hungarian sales company Hungaricom has sold five local films for Spain to Paycom Multimedia.
IM Global has sold Reliance Big Pictures' "Kites" to a number of territories including the U.K. (Optimum), France (StudioCanal), Scandinavia (Svensk), Benelux (Pathe) and Germany and Austria (Rapid…
Dubai Film Connection is spearheading a new wave in Arab cinema, with 46 projects in production including 10 completed titles.
Sony Pictures Classics has scooped up Mike Leigh's "Another Year," marking the first significant Cannes sale.
It's 14 years since Lynne Ramsay's graduation short "Small Deaths" won the Grand Prix du Jury at Cannes, eight since her second feature "Movern Callar" premiered in the Directors' Fortnight.
Russian box office looks set to recover from last year's dip, with theaters already taking in $393 million the first five months of the country's movie year, which runs December through November…
Daniel Burman's "Dos hermanos" (Brother and Sister) has sold to Italy and Spain after a hot run at the box office in Argentina.
One year after Italy launched tax credits offering foreign productions filming in the country up to 25% of a pic's budget, capped at $6.5 million, Hollywood is heeding the call.
A new Latin American film industry event, the Bogota Audiovisual Market, will unspool July 7-9 in Colombia's capital.
Norwegian production group Monster Film/Northern Alliance and Germany's Studio Babelsberg have teamed up to co-produce Hans Petter Moland's oil-rig thriller "The Elephant."
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