Studiocanal has come on board to co-produce, distribute and sell “Lou! le journal infime,” the bigscreen adaptation of the popular comicbook “Lou.” First-timer Julien Neel will direct the…
Shine France Films, the Paris-based fiction division of the U.K. powerhouse, has nabbed the Gallic makeover rights to Canadian comedy series “Adam & Eve.” Evolution Entertainment’s TV division, the…
On the eve of Toronto fest kick-off, European mini-major Studiocanal has closed an exclusive distribution pact with Ottawa-based pubcaster Radio-Canada. The five-year deal, effective in…
Excitement soared as engines roared outside Leicester Square's Odeon on Monday night. The night's grand prix? A seat at Studiocanal's world bow of "Rush."
Bell Canada is finally getting its hands on rival broadcaster Astral Media. After rejecting the $3 billion deal last fall, federal regulator the Canadian Radio-Television & Telecommunications…
The recent blackout and restart of ERT in Greece underlines the fact that these are challenging times for public broadcasters — due to government budget cuts, the growing presence of new rivals and…
A film whose measured pace and minimal conflict seem better suited to pastoral living than arthouse viewing.
It was a strange year at the domestic box office in Quebec. The market share for local films was the worst in more than a decade, while U.S. films upticked slightly to a 79% share, and French films…
A few years ago -- an eternity on the Internet timeline -- online video was the Wild West. The occasional gunslinger would come along and challenge the current sheriff, achieving viral success.
Two adult brothers help their widower father move on after a tragic work-related accident, and in the process find new directions for their own lives in poignant, low-key drama "Camion."