ANNECY– Scandi sales outfit Level K has closed a first round of deals on Bille August's “Silent Heart” (working title) following Cannes Film Market, where the outfit presented a promo. The intimate…
Cannes Film Market
PARIS– Adding a title that looks set to become one of the talking points of Cannes, Wild Bunch will bring on to market Jean-François Richet's Mel Gibson starrer "Blood Father," produced by…
Mongrel Intl., the new acquisition division of Canadian shingle Mongrel Media, has picked up worldwide sales rights to Aisling Walsh's period romancer “Maudie,” starring Sally Hawkins, with plans to…
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The Cannes Film Market is teaming with the Paris Region's Ile de France and Paris-based Espagnolas en Paris on Small Is Biutiful, a launch-pad for Spanish directors and producers seeking French…
While Hollywood's most colorful movie aficionado, Harvey Weinstein, was by far the most active U.S. buyer at the 12-day annual event, overall sales lagged behind last year's market.
Pushing a growing export asset for the region, Ventana Sur, Latin America's biggest film market, will add a genre pic mart, Blood Window, to its 5th edition, which unspools in Buenos Aires Dec.3-6.
CANNES--This year's Cannes saw a deluge of new titles brought onto the market. But, through Monday afternoon at least, there had not been a deluge of deals snapping them up. One day before the…
Already a world leader in finished films, Cannes is entering the unfinished film business.
Egypt's Ismailia Intl. Film Festival is launching the first co-production mart dedicated exclusively to documentaries in the Middle East and North Africa. It's the first move made by its new topper…
One big question on the minds of IM Global's Stuart Ford, Participant Media's Jim Berk and others: Can the emerging markets handle larger-budget films?