TrustNordisk has nabbed international sales on Hans Petter Moland's comedy "The Prize Idiot," starring Stellan Skarsgard and Bruno Ganz.
Telepool At 50
Magnet Releasing has acquired all North American rights to Israeli thriller “Big Bad Wolves” from XYZ Films before its Cannes screenings. The movie had its world premiere in April at the Tribeca Film…
Warsaw-based New Europe Film Sales has launched a documentary arm topped by Polish doc producer Anna Wydra. The first pic on its slate is "The Art of Disappearing," from Bartek Konopka and Piotr…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Telepool and Bavaria Film formed a giant last year in world sales joint venture Global Screen, and the result has been a boom for the bottom line.
Telepool, one of Europe's leading licensing companies, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year but as the group looks toward the future it is embracing opportunities in international film and…
The Spanish are coming. They have little choice. The number of big pics going into production is plunging, so top Spanish movie companies are reaching out abroad for sizable, sell-able movies to…
How Hollywood releases its films in China has always been a murky and ever-changing process. Now "Iron Man 3" creates the latest wrinkle in what it takes to do business in the world's second-largest…
Shot in six days and edited over a year's span, "Once Every Day" consists of an eclectic, sporadically compelling mix of disparate sounds, images, groupings of people and written words proceeding in…
A young Spanish tourist gets swept up in the hedonistic Berlin club scene in Stefan Westerwelle's unbalanced "Lose Your Head," strictly a gay-fest-ghetto offering.
An oddly upbeat coming-of-ager that nonjudgmentally treats a Canadian teen's love affair with her high-school English teacher as a simple rite of passage, "Molly Maxwell" puts a sunny spin on a…
Boe Folsgaard was still at Denmark's National School of Theater and Contemporary Dance when he won the role of the cuckolded King Christian VII in Nicolaj Arcel's "A Royal Affair," playing opposite…