Brazil's Gullane and Germany's Eva Group have boarded Luc Marescot's docu feature "Amazonia, the Green Planet," one of the most expensive films ever about the Amazon.
Cannes Film Festival
Producer-sales agent Philippe Bober will produce and sell new films by Austria's Ulrich Seidl and Hungary's Kornel Mundruczo.
Following Paris and New York, Rio will be the next city in French producer Emmanuel Benbihy's Cities of Love franchise.
Middle East distributor Front Row Entertainment is diving into the deep end by acquiring the controversial feature "The Stoning of Soraya M." from M Power.
'A Prophet' and 'Bright Star' lead the competition entries as Cannes rounds out its first four days.
International sales companies like Focus Features, Pathe and Studio Canal are doing good business.
Renewing its relationship with one of Spain's most popular auteurs, Mediapro will produce the next film by Fernando Leon ("Barrio," "Princesses").
Two years after they launched vidgame development shingle MKO, MK2 topper Nathanael Karmitz and Onyx Films' president Aton Soumache are teaming up to produce a 3-D animated film and videogame based…
Lebanese film execs are taking their first steps toward setting up a film commission.
Quentin Tarantino worked at a breakneck pace to finish "Inglourious Basterds" in time for Cannes.
Camilla Belle and Tom Wilkinson have boarded the English-language remake of Susanna Bier's "After the Wedding."
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