Jamie Thraves' adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's "Cry of the Owl" has become the latest international co-production from Studio Hamburg Intl.
Two women develop a co-dependent relationship over decades in vet helmer Svetlana Proskurina's ironically titled "The Best of Times."
Veit Helmer is traveling from "Absurdistan" to Japan for his next project, "Stranger in Tokyo."
Long a major market for Gallic product, Russia has revealed its Francophile attachments again with a big bear hug for "Asterix at the Olympic Games."
The Belgian box office dropped 5.1% last year to E134.4 million ($198 million), after a record year in 2006.
Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg just got a raise. The state governments of Berlin and Brandenburg have agreed to increase the regional subsidy org's budget by E3 million ($4.4 million) through 2009.
Time Warner posted mixed fourth-quarter results Wednesday, but the focus was on new chief exec Jeff Bewkes, who delivered newsy New Line items in an otherwise close-to-the-vest overview of the…
A Russian sci-fi epic with a record-breaking budget likely to hit $40 million before its production wraps will preview at a Berlin market screening promo reel Thursday, Feb. 14.
The Match Factory has picked up international rights to Soren Kragh-Jacobsen's Panorama screener "What No One Knows" and Ole Christian Madsen's World War II drama "Flame & Citron."
Rupert Wyatt's prison drama "The Escapist," which premiered at Sundance, has struck a multi-territory distribution deal across Europe and Australia.