PARIS — The team behind Les Arcs film festival, the successful 5-year-old fest that’s been dubbed the European Sundance, is creating a franchise with the launch of a Coproduction Village in Paris…
Les Arcs European Film Festival
As the market for European pure-play arthouse films continues to shrink, the fifth edition of Les Arcs European Film Festival's Arc 1950 Co-production Village will turn the spotlight on projects with…
PARIS-- Danish Tobias Lindholm's "A Hijacking" won top kudos at Les Arcs European Film Festival which wrapped Saturday in the French Alps.
Revenues from movies on video-on-demand platforms online went up 60% to an estimated Euros 310 million ($410 million) across Europe this year, with the U.K., France and Germany repping two-thirds of…
Brit helmer Esther May Campbell's "Light Years," German action-comedy "All Panthers are Pink" and Dagur Kari's "Rocketman" were among the most buzzed-about titles at Les Arcs European Film Festival's…
"The Artist" star Berenice Bejo is in final negotiations to topline Michele Placido's French-language drama "The Choice," one of 27 projects presented at Les Arcs European Film Festival's…
Baltasar Kormakur's survival tale "The Deep," Iceland's foreign language Oscar entry unveiled a slew of sales at Les Arcs European Film Festival.
Gallic alpine village hosts hot co-production market and boosts profiles of Euro features.
In just two years, the ambitious Les Arcs European Film Festival has been able to lure major Euro producers, sales agents and distributors to the French Alps.
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.
British director Dominic Murphy is set to helm "Cassandra at the Wedding," his follow-up to debut feature "White Lightnin'," which bowed last year at Sundance.