Indie distributor IFC has taken U.S. rights to Olivier Assayas' Juliette Binoche starrer "Summer Hours," which is produced and sold by Gallic major MK2.
Cannes Film Festival
Tom Yoda, prexy of the Tokyo Intl. Film Festival, has promised that this year's festival will take on a green tinge.
Illusion Studios, Argentina's biggest toon-pic producer, is expanding into TV and legit as it seeks to bolster profits.
Sixty years after the founding of the state of Israel led to what the Palestinians call the nakba, or catastrophe, Israeli and Palestinian films are going up against each other at Cannes.
"Gomorra," Italian helmer Matteo Garrone's Neapolitan Mafia drama that unspools in the Cannes competish Sunday could have posed a potential life-threatening problem for Garrone and producer Domenico…
The one thing Cannes Market-goers agree on is that there are fewer people here this year.
Rachael Leigh Cook and Seymour Cassel have boarded "The Disposables."
Spain's Valencia regional government will increase its production incentives in June offering up to 20% in rebates.
Michael Moore came to Cannes to promo his untitled follow-up to "Fahrenheit 9/11," which he does not see as a sequel, but as a continuation of a series started in 2002 with "Bowling for Columbine."…
Following a bidding war, Spanish rights on Martin Scorsese's period thriller "Shutter Island," has finally gone to Barcelona-based Manga Films.