The San Sebastian Film Festival saw a flurry of international sales deals Friday, underscoring hiked biz at this year's event.
A typical early fall session at the European box office sees lots of product with modest commercial prospects touch down in major markets this weekend but nothing capable of gangbuster biz.
Benoit Mariage's "Cowboy" opens the International Festival of Francophone Film in Namur on Friday.
Nina Refseth has been tapped as the CEO of Norway's new national film body.
International film distributor Atlas Intl. has bolstered its sales team with the appointment of Susanne Groh, following the company's recent takeover by Munich-based Entertainment Value Associates.
Video downloading service Jaman has signed content deals with four leading indie sales companies, including Trust Film and Dreamachine from Europe and Fortune Star and Fortissimo from Asia.
The curtain on the Hamburg Film Festival went up Thursday with a 140-pic program focusing on the city's role as one of Europe's most important points of departure for 19th and 20th century emigrants.
Despite the broad appeal of star Gael Garcia Bernal, auds will find Hector Babenco's wrestling of Alan Pauls' novel "El pasado" into a feature-length film akin to someone jamming a chateaubriand into…
Principato-Young has reupped with 20th Century Fox, inking a two-year, first-look producing pact.
New Regency has acquired screen rights to "Baltimore, or The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire," an illustrated novel by Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden. The authors will write the…
Miramax and producer Scott Rudin have acquired screen rights to "The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao," the critically acclaimed first novel by Junot Diaz.