VENICE – Well Go USA Entertainment has acquired North American rights to hip Hong Kong chiller "Rigor Mortis" from Fortissimo Films in the first U.S. acquisition of a Venice title announced during…
Venice Film Festival
David Gordon Green's patiently observed, often unsettlingly violent drama can't help but feel overly familiar in some of its particulars.
Philip Groening's much-anticipated feature follow-up to 'Into Great Silence' is an overwhelmingly pretentious endurance test.
Hayao Miyazaki's hauntingly beautiful historical epic draws a sober portrait of Japan between the two World Wars.
Sion Sono trawls sub-Tarantino B-movie-pastiche territory with this tedious, over-the-top gorefest.
For the Russian biz to develop further it needs to cultivate more producers of the stature of Alexander Rodnyansky, who has established a stable of interlinking companies that allow him to exploit…
While the Russian box office has been exploding over the past few years, some see growth in different terms. The Russian market is still at an embryonic stage, in the sense that it was still evolving…
"Tracks" producer Emile Sherman is no stranger to the Lido. The last time the Australian producer, who makes up one-half of the producing duo at See-Saw Films ("The King's Speech"), hit Venice was…
Paris-based sales company Elle Driver has acquired all international territories outside Italy on ambitious Italo animation drama "The Art of Happiness," by Alessandro Rak, which opened the…
Proving it's not just French comedies that travel, Film Factory has inked pre-sales in German-speaking Europe and Russia on Javier Ruiz Caldera's "Three Many Weddings," which world preems here…
Frank Mannion's Swipe Films has inked world sales rights to Chilean Sebastian Sepulveda's "The Quispe Sisters," which world premieres today at Venice's 28th Critics' Week. A U.K.-based…