Madonna will present her docu on the devastated country of Malawi, "I Am Because We Are," at Michael Moore's Traverse City Film Festival in Michigan.
The festival may have seemed slower this year, but there were plenty of deals being made.
Germany's Senator Film has secured distribution rights to Sam Mendes' untitled pic about young newlyweds starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and John Krasinski.
TrustNordisk reports brisk pre-sales in Cannes of Lukas Moodysson's drama "Mammoth."
As the Cannes film festivities wound down, celebs traipsed to Moulin de Mougins Thursday as they have for 15 years now to amfAR's annual fundraiser.
For fest-goers escaping the four-hour-plus marathon of Steven Soderbergh's Che Guevara double header, the European Champions League soccer final offered its own super sized thrills as Manchester…
Russia's leading independent sales and production shingle, Central Partnership, is shooting its biggest project yet, a $25 million adaptation of Nikolai Gogol's Cossack swashbuckler "Taras bulba."
Gallic financing and sales company Films Distribution has wasted no time completing the finance on Wim Wenders' upcoming psychological thriller "The Miso Soup."
Argentina's national film institute, Incaa, plans to expand its Espacio Incaa circuit to 100 screens from 17 in an effort to bolster the exhibition of homegrown films.
Russia's first film studio to be built from scratch in more than half a century opens for business in St. Petersburg next month. Russian World Studios, St. Peterburg, is a $100 million…
Norwegian writer-helmer Bent Hamer's fifth feature, tragicomedy "O'Horten," returns to the domestic landscapes, offbeat humanism and stylistic quirks of his earlier work.