ANNECY, France –France's Les Armateurs, one of Europe's most prestigious of animation production houses, has attached Paul Leluc, director of its TV toon series hit "The Long Long Holiday," to helm…
Gilles Bourdos’ “Renoir” is set to represent Gaul in the Oscar’s Foreign-language race. Pic, which competed in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard in 2012, was released Stateside by Samuel Goldwyn Films in…
Paris-based Indie Sales has boarded "Moomins on the Riviera," a toon feature based on the popular Finnish comicbooks. The comedy adventure feature marks the first bigscreen adaptation of the Moomins…
Filmmakers chasing incentives around the world often find themselves in unfamiliar territory. That's when securing the right production-services company can make all the difference between a…
From scouting films to pre-selecting and organizing screenings and pressers, Christian Jeune is the fest's behind-the-scenes hero.
The Cannes Film Festival has always been the place to see and be seen. But after spending a week or more running between the jam-packed Croisette Palaces and red-carpet events, film execs and talent…
As Mip TV celebrates its 50th birthday, the venerable program market shows few signs of middle-aged meltdown.
While not quite a "Notorious" F.L.O.P., French spy thriller and Hitchcock wannabe "Mobius" struggles to suggest why its central pair of lovers would want to be together beyond physical compatibility…
Building on their strong partnership, Studiocanal has boarded Les Armateurs' "French Riviera," one of Europe's most ambitious feature toon projects.
Bourdos should see his atmospheric, well-acted period piece appeal to older, art-savvy moviegoers everywhere.
The story is the star in "Omar Killed Me," a level-headed but gripping adaptation of the true events involving a Moroccan gardener accused of murdering his wealthy employer on the French Riviera in…
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