Vet thesps Wendy Hughes and Chris Haywood will join Steve Bisley, Geoff Morrell, Russell Dykstra, Susan Prior and John Gregg toplining Aussie pic "The View From Greenhaven Drive."
Spain's Latido Films has sold Japanese rights to Carlos Saura's "Fados" to Japan's AMG.
In another high-profile acquisition for StudioCanal's aggressive British distribution outfit, Optimum Releasing has picked up all U.K. rights to Morgan Spurlock's Osama Bin Laden documentary.
Tartan has found gainful employment in the U.S., the U.K. and English-speaking Canada for Flemish black comedy "Ex Drummer."
"Goodbye Bafana" helmer Bille August will next tackle a period romantic drama. "It's an international production with an international cast along the same lines as 'Dangerous Liasions.' It's about…
Veteran Italian casting agent Beatrice Kruger is launching E-talenta, a multi-language directory that aims to become the first major pan-European casting service by profiling actors from 25 European…
Elio Quiroga, one of Spain's only sci-fi helmer practioners, is teaming with Madrid-based digital f/x house La Huella to make his English-language debut, "Tesla."
Sony Pictures has taken Latin American rights to Brazilian Arthur Fontes' coming-of-ager "Right On!"
The Copenhagen Think Tank looks set to go on thinking. And to launch tank-ettes around Europe.
Iranian films might be absent from the Berlinale fest selection, but that's not stopping execs forging closer ties with international film partners.
The breadth of Argentinian filmmaking and new Chilean talent were both on show Sunday at the Berlinale's New Works in Progress from Latin America event.