William Morris Independent continues to rev up sales for Stephen Walker's documentary "Young @ Heart," with deals inked in a number of territories, including France, Germany and Japan.
The 61st Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival will hold retrospectives of the work of iconic French actress Jeanne Moreau and American filmmaker Shirley Clarke.
Japanese distrib Movie Eye is one of more than a dozen companies to pick up rights in 40 territories to Arclight Films' British thriller "The Bank Job."
Egyptian shingle Misr Intl. Films has tapped a new source of coin by inking a three-picture deal with Saudi paybox ART.
Arthouse Films has picked up worldwide theatrical and DVD rights, minus some territories, to Christina Clausen's feature docu "The Universe of Keith Haring."
Project-juggling Teuton multihyphenate Fatih Akin is eyeing another feature for his already bustling slate. Akin, who won the Golden Bear for his 2004 "Head-On" and was Germany's official Oscar rep…
A documentary tribute to the murdered Russian journalist and Kremlin critic Anna Politkovskaya was turned down by the Berlinale's Forum.
Japan's Toei Co. has picked up rights to Sergei Bodrov's Oscar contender "Mongol."
Warner Music will move into theatrical movie distribution for the U.K. release of supernatural occult thriller "Chemical Wedding."
U.S. director Jessica Sanders, who won a special jury prize at Sundance for "After Innocence," is attached to direct "MOTL -- March of the Living," an English-language Brazilian theatrical…
Spain's Telecinco Cinema, co-producer of Berlin players "Transsiberian" and "Eskalofrio," has boarded Gabe Ibanez's "Hierro" and Stefano Bessoni's "Imago Mortis."