The French still have a soft spot for auteurs. Helmers Quentin Tarantino and Milos Forman were both feted Tuesday.
What better way to top off a great meal than a heaping serving of cinema? The best-of-both-worlds International Festival of Cinema & Gastronomy was launched at the Carlton Hotel Tuesday.
French doc "Etre et avoir" (To Be and to Have) is again the focus of legal wrangling with its subjects: The parents of the children who appeared in the film are suing helmer Nicolas Philibert as well…
Veteran Brit character actor Kevin McNally, who appears in Cannes closer "De-Lovely," is developing a biopic of iconic Brit comedian Tony Hancock for himself to star.
After staging a major Cannes invasion this year, the DreamWorks juggernaut will descend on Venice in the fall, as the fest begins to firm its lineup and introduce key structural changes.
Spanish sales company Latido has closed a bevy of deals on Chilean Andres Wood's Directors Fortnight closer, "Machuca."
Cineclick Asia and Japan's Happinet have sealed a co-financing deal on Kim Ki-duk's "3-Iron," which will go into production in June. Under the terms of the deal, Happinet will put up 50% of the…
French international sales company F for Film has sold Argentine drama "Los Muertos" to Portugal's Atalanta and France's ID Distribution. Sales are pending with Italy, Switzerland and Belgium.
New Brazilian shingle Luz & Imaginacao has teamed up with Walter Salles' VideoFilmes to co-produce thriller "The Yellow Line" and period drama "Cinemeiro," both in pre-production.
The Chinese government has ruled that no Hollywood films can launch in the mainland's cinemas for seven weeks in the heart of summer, delaying the bows of the "Spider-Man," "Shrek" and "Harry Potter"…
Belgian director Alain Berliner, whose coming-of-age comedy "Ma vie en rose" screened in the Directors Fortnight in 1997, has returned to Cannes to secure international financing for "Satan's Lee,"…