PARIS — Technicolor has snatched up Mikros Image, a leading French post-production company, as it looks to bolster its position in the animation and advertising markets. Technicolor has just reached…
PARIS — The Paris-Ile de France region is increasingly positioning itself as Europe's premier film production hub, while simultaneously building synergies with its closest rival, London, and also…
PARIS – France's Mikros Image, with headquarters in Paris and offices in Montreal, Los Angeles, Liège, Brussels, Luxembourg and Milan, plans to reinforce its animation and VFX work, revolving…
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This realistically staged but artificially structured drama suggests an extended trailer for an entire season of a French daytime drama.
For the second consecutive year post-production house Mikros Image has nabbed the Cesar and Techniques nod from the French Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Techniques at a Paris ceremony.
A Briton village under siege by Julius Caesar sends a one-man, kilt-wearing embassy to a hamlet in Gaul in "Asterix & Obelix: God Save Britannia," the fourth live-action adaptation of the French…
This wispy comedy-drama from Iceland-born director Solveig Anspach ("Stormy Weather") is a delightfully odd journey through a woman's mourning process.
Michael Haneke's most intimate film in nearly a quarter-century, "Amour" relates the tragic final months in a relationship with at least six decades' worth of history.
Fattened by incentives, France's vfx and toon houses go multinational to compete
The producers of Relativity Media's "Immortals," which opened to a better-than-expected $32 million this past weekend, always intended for the film to be released in 3D.