An unpleasant journey into a brutal heart of darkness.
Cannes Film Festival
An engrossing portrait of a feisty Korean widow determined to prove her emotionally fragile son innocent of murder.
A smoothly executed revenge thriller that finds one of Hong Kong's genre masters in assured action-movie form.
It's official: The Cannes Festival and Marche du Film will partner with Argentina's INCAA film institute on a major new Latin American film market and confab named Ventana Sur.
Sold by Gallic mini-major StudioCanal, Daniele Thompson's "Change of Plans" has been picked up by IFC for U.S. theatrical and video-on-demand distribution.
Alain Goldman, producer of "La Vie en rose," will team with France's Gaumont to produce another highly ambitious — and potentially controversial — movie: "The Round Up," a chronicle of an act of…
Indian shingle Serendipity Films is aiming to join the big leagues by putting up $50 million over the next three years to produce international projects bringing Indian and Western talent together.
Liam Neeson and Jennifer Connelly will star in a feature by Oscar winner Dustin Lance Black.
Marion Cotillard will topline "Les Petits Mouchoirs," a $25 million tragicomedy that marks the next film from helmer Guillaume Canet.
Gaumont makes a first-look deal with producer Nick Wechsler.
Gallic sales shingle Kinology is in advanced talks with John Goodman to join Orlando Bloom and Vincent Cassel on Andrew Niccol's "The Cross."