Former Wild Bunch Distribution boss Jean-Philippe Tirel is joining forces with indie producer Maya Hariri and Orange Studio topper Frederique Dumas to fully-launch his new Paris-based acquisition…
Lionel Baier's period comedy delights in film history, but feels too forced and artificial in its striving for 1970s screwball vibe.
CANNES -Gallic actor-director Guillaume Gallienne's comic confessional "Me Myself and Mum" topped the 45th Directors' Fortnight, scooping both its Art Cinema Award and the Society of Dramatic Authors…
A handsome artisan and amateur dancer from the French sticks finds his body virtually glued to that of a haughty Parisian ballet teacher in "Hand in Hand," a contempo, dance-infused variation on the…
The Eternal City's sprocket opera on its way to a major makeover.
Demand-it Web platform Tugg has added indie distributor Film Movement to its roster of industry partners, adding 15 arthouse pics from Film Movement to the company's library.
The rebooted Rome Film Festival has unveiled its lineup of 59 world preems comprising a wide range of arthouse, genre and edgy fare peppered with more mainstream titles and a robust U.S. presence…
MADRID -- The second My French Film Festival, promo org Unifrance's pioneering online film showcase that kicked off Jan. 12, has scored 400,000 downloads in its first 10 days -- 10 times the figure…
French thesp turns personal battle into triumphant 'War' story
Finnish auteur Aki Kaurismaki nabbed the Louis Delluc Prize for "Le Havre" at a ceremony held on Friday in Paris.