The literary base of French cinema is almost as important as its auteur tradition. Variety interviews Antoine Gallimard, president of Madrigall, France's third largest publishing house. Every year, a…
Ernest and Celestine
The Los Angeles Film Festival has tapped Nat Faxon and Jim Rash's The Way, Way Back" as the closing night film on June 23.
Gallic toon "Ernest and Celestine" nabbed the top award at the New York Intl. Children's Film Festival, with 'Starry Starry Night' and 'Wolf Children' winning audience awards.
Aardman Studios' Peter Lord, co-director of "The Pirates! Band of Misfits," sales house TF1 Intl. and Didier Brunner's Les Armateurs won top honors at Cartoon Movie, the European co-production forum…
European Distributor of the Year Pro Films Bulgaria's Pro Films, which was set up in 2005 by Emil Simeonov and Vladimir Petrov, has been a voracious consumer of international toonpics, including…
Among the diverse range of animated projects on display at Lyon's 15th Cartoon Movie will be fresh answers to Europe's perennial challenge: How to face off against Hollywood?
Building on their strong partnership, Studiocanal has boarded Les Armateurs' "French Riviera," one of Europe's most ambitious feature toon projects.
Groundbreaking Saudi film "Wadjda" was a popular pick for the top prize in the Muhr Arab feature competition of the Dubai Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday.
BRUSSELS -- Amsterdam's Cinekid fest has singled-out mobile applications as the focus for its professional program, running Oct. 23-26.
GKids has acquired U.S. distribution rights from Studiocanal for the animated feature "Ernest and Celestine" and plans to dub the film into English for release in fall 2013.
Edouard Waintrop has been re-upped for a second year as artistic director of Cannes' Directors' Fortnight.
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