MADRID – France has a new VOD player, with a massive library, though teens might not be ogling it too much on the bus: Screenopsis, launched by TV France Intl., the country's state-backed TV export…
BIARRITZ– “Anything Goes,” an entertainment format masterminded by French famed host/producer Jacques Essebag (aka Arthur), won the Format Export Prize at Biarritz-set Rendez-Vous mini-mart. The…
France’s TV export biz bounced back in 2012, rising 14.8% to 127 million euros ($169 million) in spite of southern European markets’ collapse and crunched broadcaster’s budgets. Figures were unveiled…
In light of the smashing B.O. triumph of "Despicable Me" and its sequel, "Despicable Me 2," France's toon industry has never been so appealing to U.S. studios and TV networks.
ANNECY — They came, they saw, they were conquered. Annecy audiences clapped, cheered, even roared as Pixar, DreamWorks Animation and Universal unveiled respectively "Monsters University," "How To…
Futurikon's toon skein "Minuscule," Arte's "Waste: A Nuclear Nightmare" and Canal Plus crime series "Spiral" nabbed top kudos at Monday night's 9th Export Awards in Paris.
Gallic period tales now need English-lingo, more adrenaline
Hit by the economic meltdown, French TV exports dipped 9.7% to $176.2 million last year, according to figures unveiled at the TVFI Biarritz Rendez-Vous on Thursday.
French TV exports fell 0.7% to E244 million ($306.2 million) in 2004, hit by the weak dollar and declining co-production, according to figures to be published today.