PARIS– TrustNordisk has inked further sales on Kristian Levring's western “The Salvation,” which world-premiered out of competition at Cannes. The film was acquired for Germany and Austria (Concorde…
Foresight CEO and chairman Mark Damon first came to Cannes in the mid-1970s as an acquisitions executive. This year, Damon is celebrating Sony's multi-territory deal for his Neil Bogart biopic…
Gordon Steel first came to Cannes as a buyer’s rep for Germany’s Scotia Films in 1982 and has been back almost every year since. With clients including Portugal’s Zon Lusomundo, Ster-Kinekor in…
While the USA Network has boarded the Stateside sitcom adaptation of French short “Love is Dead,” Paris-based De Films en Aiguilles is developing a spinoff feature that Gaul's TF1 Intl. has acquired…
Hany Abu-Assad returns to form with his first Palestinian feature since "Paradise Now."
Already a world leader in finished films, Cannes is entering the unfinished film business.
A look at the films and filmmakers heading to Cannes.
Argentina's Ventana Sur, the biggest film mart in one of the world's fastest growing film regions, will announce its fifth edition dates and details at Cannes. Ventana Sur is a joint initiative of…
Former EMI chairman and CEO Eric Luciano Nicoli is bowing an indie financing shingle with consumer marketing pro William Lewis, creative director John Stanley and financial services vet Dean…
Like his Oscar-winning "A Separation," Asghar Farhadi's latest is an exquisitely sculpted family melodrama in which the end of a marriage is merely the beginning of something else
Although it boasts no Palme d'Or contenders, Russia, one of Eastern Europe's fastest-rising film industries, is out in force in Cannes. Russia launched the sixth edition of its Pavilion at the mart…