Lionsgate U.K. has boarded Alan Rickman's sophomore helming effort "A Little Chaos" as main financier and co-producer alongside BBC Films and Lipsync.
New Academy rules look to expand the doc nominees beyond usual niche fare
Ad exec Deborah Riley Draper's film debut is plenty appealing in description. In execution, however, its near-exclusive reliance on vintage photos and latter-day talking heads grows monotonous…
"The Central Park Five," "The Invisible War," "Queen of Versailles," "Searching for Sugar Man" and "Women with Cows" earned feature nominations for the 28th International Documentary Assn. Awards.
PARIS -- Zodiak Kids has closed a raft of deals on Zodiak-owned Marathon Media's hit toon series "Totally Spies," Gaul's longest-running animated show.
Bravo has snapped up TV rights to the Sundance docu "The Queen of Versailles." The move is part of the cabler's push ro broaden its programming mix beyond its staple of unscripted docu- and…
A well-observed but emotionally muted costume drama that might well have been titled "My Week With Marie Antoinette."
An often hilarious, mostly infuriating chronicle of the rise and fall of one of America's most obscenely wealthy families, this timely and involving documentary elicits both sympathy and…
Gallic period tales now need English-lingo, more adrenaline
Diane Kruger and Gallic up-and-comer Lea Seydoux ("Robin Hood") are set to star in helmer Benoit Jacquot's French Revolution drama "Les Adieux a la reine."
Mad Men's scribe duo Andre and Maria Jacquemetton are boarding "Versailles."