Freshly bankrolled Italo distributor Moviemax is heading for the Market with an appetite for product to fuel its ambitions to become a local player.
London- and Vienna-based sales outfit EastWest Film has bumped up its EFM slate with German-Macedonian romantic comedy "Kontakt" and Estonian-Finnish feel-good drama "Shop of Dreams."
For the most part, Berlin's public transport system is highly reliable -- but then without warning, for perverse reasons known only to themselves, they will suddenly decide to do track work, just…
Pics in production from Mexico's Rodrigo Pla and Argentina's Juan Antin and Ulises Rosell feature an expanded version of the Berlin Festival's Works in Progress.
British sales outfit Intandem Films has unveiled a slate of movies in various stages of production, and announced plans to raise a £6 million ($10 million) equity fund for projects made through its…
Summit Entertainment has scored a Teutonic double by striking a first-look deal to sell movies from Constantin, and picking up international rights to "Adrift," an American thriller from Munich-based…
Hundreds of Korean film execs took to the streets Wednesday to protest the government's decision to halve the country's "Screen Quotas" which were designed to protect the local movie industry.
Disney's Touchstone has made a deal for a pic based on a true story that will star Ben Affleck and Matt Damon as lawyers who spent 15 years overturning a murder conviction.
Nick Stahl and Erika Christensen will star in "How to Rob a Bank," produced by Rick Lashbrook, Darby Parker, Arthur Sarkissian and Tim O'Hair. Indie heist comedy, written and to be directed by…
All the Beauty of the World" asks the question "Are patience and exquisite scenery enough to kindle romance from sorrow?" -- and then takes a really long time to answer it. Second feature written and…
Madrid-based indie sales agent Kevin Williams Associates is handling international rights to Pedro Almodovar's second feature, "Laberinto de pasiones" (Labyrinth of Passions), made in 1982 and…