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…
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High-voltage gangster pic "Public Enemy Number One" grabbed a record 10 noms in the race for this year's Cesars, which take place Feb. 27 in Paris.
An eclectic mix of arthouse fare and a genre pic will battle it out for the 14th Prix Lumieres, to be decided by Paris-based members of the foreign press.
"Entre les murs" (The Class) has been picked to rep France in the foreign-language film category at the 81st Academy Awards.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired domestic rights and three international territories for Laurent Cantet's "The Class," the Palme d'Or winner at this year's Cannes fest.
A fully sustained immersion in the academics, attitudes and frequent altercations of a group of junior high school students.