John Turturro and Vanessa Paradis have joined the anthology film "Rio, I Love You," the third in the "Cities I Love" series. U.S. and international sales are being handled by WestEnd Films, which has…
John Turturro brings sensitivity and intelligence to a subject that could have gone terribly awry in this wryly observant dramedy.
Woody Allen's starring vehicle “Fading Gigolo,” directed and written by John Turturro, has found a home with Millenium Entertainment. The deal for U.S. rights was closed at the Toronto Film Festival…
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Woody Allen is back on his Manhattan stomping ground in a new trailer for “Fading Gigolo” — which carries the distinction of being one of the few films in which he appears as an actor but does not…
MONTREAL -- Quebec shingle Item 7 is at the vanguard of provincial production companies' attempts to break out of the Quebecois ghetto, with pics starring international thesps in globally themed pics…
A pallid Vanessa Paradis gets in touch with her blocked emotions at an inherited "House in Brittany," where ghosts act like therapists in Anne Le Ny's fluff feature.
Bill Block's QED Intl. has come onboard to produce and finance John Turturro's comedy "Fading Gigolo," starring Turturro, Woody Allen, Sharon Stone, Sofia Vergara, Vanessa Paradis and Liev Schreiber.
French animator Bibo Bergeron is teaming with Louis Viau to launch Happy Accident, a Paris-based outfit that will develop and co-produce Bergeron's films as well as third-party titles.
Rolling off "The Artist," French thesp Jean Dujardin will star opposite Cecile de France ("Hereafter") in Eric Rochant's thriller-romance, "Mobius."
A terrifyingly overgrown flea turns out to be harmless and likable in "A Monster in Paris," and so does French animator Bibo Bergeron's funny valentine to retro horror and musical conventions.