Japanese aligned LA production and sales outfit Eleven Arts has picked up international rights, excluding Asia and certain territories, of a love story "Cobalt Blue."
Cannes Film Festival
Paris-based sales company Funny Balloons has sold Pablo Larrain's "Tony Manero" to Network for U.K., Ripley's Film for Italy, Sophie Dulac Distribution for France, Imovision for Brazil, and Vendetta…
Universal's co-chair David Linde and head of overseas production, Christian Grass, touted the studio's international efforts on an American Pavilion panel moderated by Variety's Timothy M. Gray on…
The gas-rich Gulf state of Qatar is getting into the international film biz with "Rumi -- The Fire of Love," an English-language biopic of Rumi, the 13th century Persian poet and a founder of…
As Cannes winds down, all eyes are on Wild Bunch, the freewheeling French sales company that has expanded into film financing of global productions in many languages around the world.
Rizoma Films, behind the Cannes entries "Acne" and "Salamandra," is tightening its focus on higher quality projects with an audience reach.
Turkish helmer Nuri Bilge Ceylan's competish entry "Three Monkeys" has racked up a slew of sales.
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.