Kevin Williams Associates has sold Argentine pic "A Lucky Day" (Un dia de suerte) to the U.K.'s BBC, broadcaster VPRO in Holland, Finland's WLE and theatrical distribber Nirvana in Spain.
Initiating its sales campaign with Marco Bellocchio's competition player "The Religion Hour (My Mother's Smile)," RAI Trade has sold the drama to Ocean Films in France.
While Cannes viewers were feeling the Force at a special screening of "Star Wars: Episode 2 -- Attack of the Clones," Twentieth Century Fox of Germany on Thursday rolled out the pic in Turkish for…
FilmFour has agreed to co-finance Stephen Fry's "Bright Young Things," an adaptation of Evelyn Waugh's classic 1930s novel "Vile Bodies."
Rosa Bosch has joined London-based sales company the Works as an acquisitions exec.
One of Spain's best-known production execs, Ana Amigo, has created her own film production shingle, Amigo Producciones Cinematograficas.
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio have decided to reteam with their "Gangs of New York" backer Initial Entertainment Group on their next film, but haven't decided which one it will be.
Variety has announced the line-up for the fifth annual edition of the Variety Critics' Choice: Europe Now official section of the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival (July 4-13).
Hong Kong film group Media Asia unveiled its lineup in Cannes May 16 with arthouse, action and horror fare, including supernatural thriller "Visible Secret II," a new actioner for Jackie Chan and a…
Kaz Kuzui and Fran Rubel Kuzui have joined forces with Wouter Barendrecht and Michael Werner of Fortissimo Film Sales to create a production company, Bohemian Films.
Warner Home Video and MK2 announced May 16 that they have entered into an exclusive deal to distribute remastered versions of 18 classic Charlie Chaplin pics on DVD.
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