Heitor Dhalia, one of Brazil's most talked-about young directors, is attached to direct "Una mujer, un arma" (A Girl and a Gun), a Spanish-language Argentine-set road movie.
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Australian helmer Bruce Beresford will head the jury of the second annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
Brazil's rapidly expanding Vereda Filmes and France's Biloba are teaming to produce Luc Marescot's "Amazon: the Green Planet," one of the most expensive Brazilian films ever.
Spanish indie producer-distributor Notro Films has taken a 10% equity stake in the E50 million ($80 million) European docu "Oceans."
Ronald Harwood is adapting his play "Quartet" into a feature film for Headline Pictures and BBC Films.
Andrew Ruf has been upped to head Paradigm's Motion Picture Finance Group, bringing aboard indie producer and former Universal production exec Tim O'Hair to work with him.
Russian producer Leonid Minkovsky, whose finance and production shingle Ramco has Mischa Barton starrer "You and I" at Cannes, is setting up a $200 million film fund largely financed with private…
Das Films has teamed with Velvet Steamroller Entertainment, Muse Productions and PalmStar Entertainment for "Veronika Decides to Die," an adaptation of the Paulo Coehlo novel that stars Sarah…
Matt Lucas and David Walliams, the creative brains and stars of the hugely popular Brit TV skein "Little Britain," have two untitled projects in development with U.S. studios.
The Palais red-carpet has seen countless stars and film fans in eye-catching costumes over the years, but Thursday saw a first: a festgoer in a panda suit. Ever the showman, DreamWorks Animation's…
Pathe has sold all North American distribution rights the edgy thriller "Eden Lake" to the Weinstein Co.