Boasting scenic volcanoes, over 500 waterfalls, 64 churches and postcard-worthy beaches — not to mention a gritty industrial zone — Guadeloupe is quickly becoming the most popular shooting location…
La Petite Reine
ANNECY — “The Artist” producer Thomas Langmann is on board to co-develop “Mummyland,” an ambitious English-language action comedy toonpic targeting the international market. Franck Mettre is lead…
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PARIS -- Nearly three years after emerging from bankruptcy protection and vowing to reinvent itself, Technicolor is continuing to look for fresh revenue streams and new ways to thrive amid…
IFC Midnight has acquired all North American rights to director Franck Khalfoun's thriller "Maniac," which stars Elijah Wood as a serial killer. Pic premiered out of competition at the Cannes Film…
WWE Studios has partnered with Kare Prods. on the French dramedy "Les Reines du ring" (Queen of the Ring), which Warner Bros. Entertainment France will distribute.
MADRID -- Seven films have been added to the 65th Cannes Film Festival's official selection.
Released one week apart in France, the two "War of the Buttons" movies remain neck-and-neck near the top of the Gallic box office.
Christophe Barratier will direct a new version of author Louis Pergaud's "The War of the Buttons."
Christophe Gans' next film will be an adaptation of Leo Perutz's "The Swedish Cavalier" for La Petite Reine, the French company selling "Public Enemy Number One" in the Cannes market.