Israeli film "The Band's Visit" has set off a buyer's frenzy following a 15-minute standing ovation at the end of Saturday's official screening.
New Line took the top off of "Hairspray" Sunday with a packed-out screening for 200 buyers. The only two major territories still unsold are Italy and Japan, both of which topper Rolf Mittweg said…
At its second Cannes, fledgling U.K. sales outfit Jinga Films has closed North America for Craig Strachan's lycanthropic creature feature "Wild Country" with Lionsgate and Japan with Creative Axa.
Kim Ki-duk's competition film "Breath" scored a bunch more sales through Korean sales agent Cineclick Asia. Company sealed deals with SPI for Poland, Festive Films for Singapore and Lietuvos Kinas…
This intimate, disturbing tale will prove more frustrating than enlightening for many viewers.
Chris Alexander has been upped to senior VP of corporate communications at 20th Century Fox TV. New gig puts Alexander in charge of the studio's corporate positioning, from development to deal-making.
Low on drama and originality, and high on deja vu, pic could still find a limited arthouse audience.
As the upfront talks begin, the TV networks and advertisers appear to have reached consensus on the issue that plagued talks last year: what to do about the increasing number of people who record…
Turkish shingle Medyavision is attempting to set up the most expensive feature in the country's history.
A wayward Japanese youth's apprenticeship with the Nipponese mafia provides an intriguing premise but little substance in French docu "Young Yakuza." Like Japan's other cultural touchstone, the…
Spanish sales consortium Latido Films has licensed Australian rights on Dan Cox's docu biopic "Running With Arnold" to distribution house Madman.