"The Midnight After," a post-apocalyptic thriller which premieres next month in Berlin's Panorama section, will be distributed in international markets by Fortissimo Films.
South Korean hit film "The Attorney" will get its market premiere next month in Berlin, having been picked up by Seoul-based sales company Finecut.
Funny Balloons has clinched a slew of territories on Berlin competition favorite "Gloria." Roadside Attractions announced late Monday it had acquired U.S. rights to Chilean Sebastian Lelio's dramedy…
The effects of the Eurozone crisis, the future of 3D and financing opportunities in Europe, will be among the main topics at the Berlinale's European Film Market Industry Debates this year.
The Berlinale's European Film Market is introducing new panels devoted to the U.S. indie film industry and the international documentary sector.
If foot traffic at the EFM this year is anything to go by, the industry's sales blues seem to be lifting a bit.
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