Chicago-based arthouse distributor Music Box Films has acquired U.S. rights to “The Returned,” the hit Canal Plus supernatural drama. Bringing together film and TV talent on both sides of the camera…
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Distribution partners 108 Media and Paladin have acquired all North American rights to Sean Ellis' thriller “Metro Manila.” The deal, announced at Cannes, comes four months after “Metro Manila” won…
PARIS — U.K. broadcaster Channel 4 has nabbed premiere broadcast rights to hit Gallic suspenser “Rebound,” repped by Zodiak Rights. Canal Plus’ highest-rated original drama, “Rebound” is produced by…
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A naive farming couple from the picturesque but impoverished rice-growing region of Banaue, northern Philippines, come to grief in the crime-ridden capital in Brit helmer Sean Ellis's polished…
Distributor FremantleMedia Enterprises has acquired rights to adapt French zombie series "Les Revenants" for the global market, with the working title "They Came Back."
Catherine Deneuve and Harvey Keitel are set to play late-blooming lovers in an untitled romantic drama helmed by first-timer Robert Cantarella, a French vet theater director and playwrite.
PARIS -- After making a name for itself with upscale crimers such as Intl. Emmy-nommed "Braquo" and "Spiral," French TV giant Canal Plus has branched out into the fantasy genre with €11.4 million…
The babies-switched-at-birth plot device is applied to the Arab-Israeli conflict in "The Other Son," an adequate if never surprising effort from French helmer Lorraine Levy.
PARIS -- French paybox Canal Plus has ordered the first season of Haut et Court-produced fantasy drama series "Les Revenants," a €11.4 million ($15 million) skein with strong international potential.
Gallic arthouse production company Haut et Court is teaming with French paybox Canal Plus to develop "Pink Panthers," a high-profile TV drama miniseries centering on the infamous international Balkan…
Les Arcs, France -- Italy's Offside Film is to co-produce "Farniente," Marc Fitoussi's follow-up to "Copacabana," which bowed at Cannes' Critics Week.