Low rents, cheap food and generous state support for the arts are the raw ingredients that have been luring creatives to Berlin. Those advantages are helping to turn the city that survived Hitler and…
The Weinstein Co. and Constantini Films' Latin American Fund has closed a distribution deal for Argentina on Stephen Frears' Oscar-nommed "The Queen."
The collaboration between Arts Alliance Media (AAM) and the European Film Market (EFM) continues. For 2007 and 2008, Arts Alliance Media will be the exclusive partner of the EFM for digital film…
AfterDark Films has acquired the North American distribution rights to David Arquette's directorial debut, "The Tripper." Killer thriller is produced by Arquette, Courteney Cox, Evan Astrowsky and…
MediaCorp Raintree Pictures and the Media Development Authority of Singapore have unveiled plans to back "881," the country's first musical movie in several decades.
French distributor Surreal Films has acquired French rights to Sundance meller "Never Forever," by Korean-American helmer Gina Kim. Pic, which stars the currently ubiquitous Vera Farmiga, Ha Jungwoo…
Korean production shingle M&FC has retrieved rights to "M," a thriller by Lee Myung-se.
Telepool has struck oil. The Munich-based distrib has picked up international rights to "OilCrash," a docu that examines the planet's dwindling oil resources.
German-produced Israeli doc "...More Than 1000 Words" is generating buzz at Iran's ongoing Fajr Film Festival — for not screening during the 11-day event.
Berlin-based Senator Film has appointed former X Verleih exec Anatol Nitschke as co-managing director of its theatrical and home entertainment distribution operations.
The number of shoots hosted by Spain's southern region of Andalusia doubled in the past two years, rising from 415 in 2004 to 863, according to figures released by the Andalusia Film Commission.