French mini-major EuropaCorp is enjoying one of its busiest fests ever.
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Celluloid Dreams owner Hengameh Panahi has created its first branded overseas film production hub, Celluloid Dreams Brazil.
A 9-year-old Franco-Japanese girl in Paris slowly comes to terms with her parents' separation.
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A noteworthy debut for writer-director Vladimir Perisic, an abstractly brutal take on Yugoslav conflict.
Morgan Creek has tapped veteran exec Daniel Diamond as its head of international distribution.
Paris-based shingle Wide Management has picked up Cannes Classics docu screener "Deux de la Vague," helmed by Antoine de Baecque and Emmanuel Laurent.
Fortissimo Films has inked its first-ever deal for a Hindi-language feature with Indian helmer Dev Benegal's "Road, Movie."
Studio specialty arms are in a lighthearted mood with this summer's releases.
Magnolia genre label Magnet Releasing has picked up U.S. distribution rights to John Woo's two-part historic epic "Red Cliff," and will release an abridged version in the fall.
The deal is contingent on Film Department picking up P&A.
Martin Scorsese has expanded the World Cinema Foundation's campaign to preserve and restore films by forming two key alliances that allow the WCF to take the plunge into digital distribution.