Jim Broadbent, Ray Stevenson and Mehmet Kurtulus have been added to the cast of Jalmari Helander's actioner "Big Game." Thesps will join previously announced Samuel L. Jackson and Onni Tommila. "Big…
CANNES — Scottish helmer Michael Caton-Jones is set to make his bigscreen comeback with London-set sexy romance “The Amazing Mr. Jones.” In the run up to Cannes, uMedia has come on board to handle…
LONDON — Samuel L. Jackson is attached to play the U.S. President in Jalmari Helander's English-language debut "Big Game," which Altitude Film Sales will tubthump in Cannes. Altitude also will be…
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Superstar violinist David Garrett will make his feature debut in Bernard Rose's "The Devil's Violinist," a historical biopic about 19th-century Italian violin virtuoso Niccolo Paganini.
Germany's dynamic film industry has seen its share of change, upheaval, new beginnings and bursts of star power over the past year.
The recently restructured Egoli Tossell is gearing up for a slew of local and international productions.
Berlin-based production shingle Egoli Tossell is moving from Leo Tolstoy in "The Last Station" to the chivalrous tales of Walter Scott with "Ivanhoe."
While Teutonic filmmakers have always been eager to partner with foreign producers, beefed-up government support could make international collaborations more attractive than ever.