Studio Canal is making a fresh bid to become a European major, ramping up its investments in new films to the tune of $200 million annually, and flexing its distribution muscle beyond France's…
Cannes Film Festival
Belgium-based Corsan has boarded Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai's historical epic "Singularity" in a joint deal with India's Neelmudra Entertainment.
Malaysian distrib Variety View has picked up worldwide distribution rights to a package of 230 Singaporean library films from the Cathay Keris Films group. Deal, valued at just shy of $1 million…
In October, Lukas Moodysson starts shooting "Mammoth," his first English-language pic and most ambitious project yet.
Juggling 13 tunes into any musical is difficult enough, so it's no surprise the task comes close to overwhelming "Love Songs."
Plum Pictures did not produce "Son of Rambow" and Eden Wurmfeld is not a producer on "Laws of Motion." She was attached to the project before Craig Lucas boarded the project as a director…
A breathtakingly original nonfiction work by filmmaker Robinson Devor.
If only the ravishing opening shot of Andrey Zvyagintsev's "The Banishment" was followed up with both beauty and something genuinely profound, then disappointment wouldn't be so palpable.
Film reps a strong new voice in Turkish cinema.
Big premieres are nothing new at Cannes, but if the team behind "U2 3D" is right, Sunday's 12:30 a.m. screening could prove to be a landmark. The film, the first live-action, multi-camera digital 3-D…
Sultry thesp Sophie Marceau brought a touch of French glamour to the Croisette Thursday where she came to tub-thump "Trivial," her sophomore pic as a helmer.