Gaul's Compagnie des Phares et Balises and Babylone Prods. have acquired rights to Cuban Leonardo Padura's bestseller "The Man Who Loved Dogs" and plan an English-language bigscreen adaptation.
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BIARRITZ, France -- "The Tour de France," Jean-Christophe Rose's two-part documentary looking at the cycling event's 100-year history, is peddling its way Stateside.
Selected product, from Corsican mob drama, an animated 'Prince' to timely Qaddafi docu and cutting-edge unscripted fare will be available for buyers.
France finally has a new line of hit dramas -- period procedurals. "Petits meurtres d'Agatha Christie" (A Family Murder Party), Christie retreads set in 1920s France, and miniseries "Nicolas le…
"Nuremberg: The Nazis Facing Their Crimes" is a curiously low-key condensation of the Nuremberg trial, culled almost exclusively from courtroom footage filmed under the supervision of John Ford (now…
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