Magnet, the newly launched genre arm of Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner's Magnolia Pictures, has bought North American rights to Franck Vestiel's sci-fi/horror epic "Eden Log."
AFI programming highlights and special events.
First Run Features has picked up U.S. rights to Pepe Danquart's mountain-climbing documentary "To the Limit."
Catherine Deneuve is that most put-together of film actresses, with never a blonde hair out of place nor an article of haute-couture misaligned.
The Puerto Rico Film Corp. is launching promo entity Cinema Puerto Rico to showcase the island's latest pics, fueled by a revitalized film industry.
China's entry for Oscar's foreign-language category, "The Knot," scooped the top prizes at the 16th Golden Rooster Awards.
A pair of Oscar-winners took center stage at the Variety Screening Series presentation of "American Gangster."
CNBC led the nominations for the fifth annual financial and business reporting Emmy Awards, given by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in December.
Lionsgate U.K. has acquired Roger Donaldson's "The Bank Job" and Francois Ozon's "Angel."
New Anglo-German outfit K5 Intl. has picked up international sales rights to Tom McCarthy's Toronto hit "The Visitor."
Alan Cumming and Rebecca Romijn will star in "Hatter," written and directed by James Killough, about a hedonistic fashion designer and a journalist who knows the secret of his shady past.