"Dai Nipponjin" has to be, hands down, the strangest picture in Cannes this year.
Cannes Film Festival
Tartan Films has acquired all U.K. rights to eight films at last month's Cannes Film Festival.
Film is a stunning achievement, helmed with a purity and honesty.
Omnibus is overall a thoughtful panorama of the world's have-nots.
Dollops of dry comedy and a few well-observed sequences aren't enough to jumpstart this lackluster pic.
Dreamachine has sold Cannes jury prizewinner "Persepolis" to most major territories.
Amsterdam and Hong Kong-based Fortissimo Films added to its Cannes sales tally with deals for drama "The Go Master," which was licensed for North America to Netflix, and for crimer "Eye in the Sky,"…
Antonio Banderas' sophomore pic as a helmer, the coming-of-ager "El camino de los ingleses" (Summer Rain), has been sold to Surreal Films for France and Plan 2 Real in CIS and Baltics.
Bresson meets the Beatles in director Serge Bozon's remarkable "La France."
Fifteen prominent Iranian helmers contribute episodes of approximately eight minutes each.
Swedish distribs went on a shopping spree in Cannes, with many executives citing the market as having been better than anticipated.