Bavaria Film Intl. has picked up Christophe van Rompaey's upcoming Cannes screener "Aanrijding in Moscou" (Moscow, Belgium).
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Odeon Sky Filmworks has picked up U.K. rights to Jennifer Lynch's "Surveillance," which will screen out of competition at Cannes.
Foreign sales company Fortissimo Films has picked up international rights to Madonna's Malawi docu "I Am Because We Are."
Underscoring the increasing allure of Spanish psychological thrillers, Elle Driver has pounced on international rights to "Insensibles" (Painless) before the film goes before the cameras.
U.K.-based sales and production company Intandem Films has picked up worldwide rights to helmer Dan Ireland's "Jolene."
Davis Guggenheim has completed filming on a documentary that will look at the story of the electric guitar from the point of view of three significant rock musicians: the Edge, Jimmy Page and Jack…
The 61st Cannes Film Festival, which kicks off May 14, is putting its final pieces in place.
Major Japanese producers have made a flurry of pic announcements, trying to stir up buyer interest before Cannes.
Paris-based sales agent Funny Balloons has taken international rights to Cannes Directors' Fortnight player "Tony Manero."
"Home," the second feature from Swiss helmer Ursula Meier ("Strong Shoulders"), will have its world premiere as part of the Critics' Week sidebar in Cannes.