Ascot Elite has acquired all-rights in German-language territories to several high-profile pics. The distrib picked up AIDS drama "Dallas Buyers Club," which toplines Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto…
The poster for the 66th Cannes Film Festival again evokes a retro theme, featuring a 1963 photo of Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman. The couple was photographed during the shoot of Mel Shavelson's “A…
Cinema Management Group has sold key foreign markets to 3D animated feature "Saving Santa," set for a Christmas 2013 release. Voice actors include Martin Freeman (pictured above), Noel Clarke, Tim…
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Into the Storm
Into the Storm3Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$21.1M Warner Brothers / New Line 21.06%
LONDON -- Artificial Eye has picked up U.K. rights to four more films at Cannes, using its latest acquisition fund Curzon Film Rights 2.
CANNES -- Rolling off sustained Cannes trading, Pathe International, the sales arm of the leading European mini-major based out of the U.K. and France, has closed a near 100 deals on often…
Helmer Alain Resnais is prepping "Aimer, boire et chanter," a comedy based on Alan Ayckbourn's play "Life of Riley," as his followup to the Cannes competition player "You Haven't Seen Anything Yet."
LONDON -- Brit thesps Martin Freeman, Noel Clarke and Tim Curry will lend their voices to U.K. toonpic "Saving Santa," which is set to begin production on Friday.
Although set in a different milieu entirely, writer-helmer Zou Peng's intriguing sophomore outing "Sauna on Moon" bears striking plot similarities with another Cannes 2011 entry, Bertrand Bonello's…
Mexican docu helmer Everardo Gonzalez turns his critical eye southward to El Salvador and the murder of Archbishop Oscar Romero.
An insufferable neodocu whose concept pales beside the near-stroboscopic montage meant to shove viewers headlong into the Internet's twitching eye.