Paramount Pictures has picked up all rights to Myriad Pictures' dark comedy "The Good Girl" for Italian and Japanese territories.
UGC Intl. topper Patrick Binet confirmed to Variety Friday that he'll ankle the company he helped create to take a job at French broadcaster TF1's film arm.
Brazil's Grupo Novo de Cinema e TV has licensed Roberto ("Beto") Brandt's "The Trespasser" to the U.K.'s Gala Films.
Fiji has jumped on the production incentive bandwagon with a plan that includes a 150% tax deduction on Fiji-content productions and a 125% deduction for other projects shot on location in Fiji.
With filmmakers increasingly embracing the digital format, and Cannes offering digital fest screenings of "Spirit" and "Star Wars: Episode Two: Attack of the Clones," few doubt the future is made up…
While "The Eye" starts out like a "Sixth Sense" clone with some "Blind Terror" thrown in, this psychological horror thriller gradually takes its share of more original turns.
Quite a high-spirited change of pace from Bahman Ghobadi's Camera d'Or-winning first feature "A Time of Drunken Horses," "The Songs of My Homeland" is another insider's portrait of the Kurdish…
A few nights before the 55th edition of the Cannes Film Festival was due to wrap, fest artistic director Thierry Fremaux sighed, "You just can't win. A prominent French critic just came up to me and…
In their first film since 1999 Cannes Palme d'Or winner "Rosetta," Belgium's Dardenne brothers, Jean-Pierre and Luc, explore the stunted life of another unhappy inhabitant of their home city, Liege…
Weaving an engaging bittersweet comedy-drama around the efforts of three losers to pull their lives out of a prolonged rut, "Chicken Heart" represents a modest but assured second feature from Hiroshi…
France's reputation for being in the vanguard of both le cinema and l'amour is furthered in "The Good Old Naughty Days," a nifty collection of blue movies from the silent era. Program could work well…