"Siddharth," an India-Canada drama about a lost boy, has been picked up by sales agent Fortissimo Films. The picture is the second feature by Canadian director Richie Mehta and will have its world…
LONDON — Georgia-set coming-of-age drama "In Bloom" won Sarajevo Film Festival's the Heart of Sarajevo prize. The film follows two teen girls as their dreams are crushed by a violent and…
Fusion, the news-and-lifestyle cable network aimed at Latino audiences and backed by Univision and Walt Disney’s ABC, said it would launch in October 28 in approximately 20 million homes, bringing…
A look at the films and filmmakers heading to Cannes.
Damian Alcazar ("The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian") is in negotiations to topline Jorge Michel Grau's soph pic "Keep Quiet," the Mexican helmer's follow-up to his debut "We Are What We Are."
A documentary about a fetish website and a speculative re-creation of gay S&M footage cut from the 1980 film "Cruising," both featuring the involvement of James Franco, are among the edgier offerings…
The only problem with "Hold-Up!," an engaging period piece about a couple of Argentinian jewel robbers in Madrid, is that it tries just too hard to please.
Cannes laureates Michel Franco and Michael Rowe are teaming up to create "Hotel Garage" for the smallscreen in Mexico via Franco's new shingle, Lucia Films.
A creative docu on one of the many extraordinary true stories that have grown out of Spain's tortured 20th century, "30 Years of Darkness" is a gem, fusing interviews, analysis and some terrific…
A tautly constructed tale set in the violent, multicultural criminal underground of Stockholm.
Colombian telenovelas may have the region's intelligentsia and political leaders railing about their violent content, but their ratings are still stellar.