Turkish helmer Nuri Bilge Ceylan's competish entry "Three Monkeys" has racked up a slew of sales.
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VideoFilmes, the production house of Walter Salles and Mauricio Andrade Ramos, is producing Eduardo Valente's "Eye of the Storm."
Ami Artzi's Tricoast Intl. has picked up world sales rights to Indian picture "Karma -- Crime, Passion, Reincarnation."
Cannes competition film "Lion's Den" has been widely sold after its official screenings.
Gabor Csupo, the Budapest-born creator of hit kids cartoon "Rugrats," has turned a six-episode adult toon project into a feature that has sold to Hungary and Russia.
Cannes Critics' Week pic "Home," which is handled by Paris-based shingle, Memento Films Intl., has been sold to Greece (Rosebud), Italy (Teodora), Portugal (Atalanta), India (Alliance Media…
Franco-Tunisian mogul Tarak Ben Ammar's Quinta and Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset are moving into North Africa by investing in Tunisia-based satcaster Nessma TV.
This weekend Paramount faces the sort of problem any studio would love to have. Its blockbuster hit "Iron Man" has its first real competition … but from another Par release: "Indiana Jones and the…
Arthouse Films, the U.S. production and distribution shingle headed by David Koh, Lilly Bright and Stanley Buchtal, has struck an output deal with Hong Kong and Amsterdam-based sales house Fortissimo…
'Hunger' reps a powerful, pertinent but not entirely perfect debut for British visual-artist-turned-feature-helmer Steve McQueen.
For the first time in years, Michael Barker and Tom Bernard's Sony Pictures Classics might leave the Cannes Film Festival empty-handed. Sony Classics is known for being bullish on foreign-language…