The filmmakers describe the Gold Circle project as The Fault In Our Stars meets The Sixth Sense. Good Universe will commence international sales in Cannes.
Joel Silver has secured financing from Canadian drug store mogul Daryl Katz to beef up his long-running company.
The Montreal-based sales outfit will commence international sales on the Croisette on the Critics’ Week selection.
The Filmmakers behind Saving Mes Aynak have announced a global screening day to spread awareness about a 5,000-year-old Buddhist archaeological site in Afghanistan on the brink of destruction.
The European Film Academy’s (EFA) chairwoman Agnieszka Holland has spoken of a ¨crisis of content¨ in European cinema and called on the continent’s broadcasters to invest more in ambitious TV series.
Films include a collaboration between Sing Sing prison inmates and a leading contemporary dance company from Turner Prize nominated visual artist Phil Collins.
Deborah Williams to support roll out of ‘Three Ticks’ diversity initiative across all BFI funding activity.
The Chicago-based distributor of this year’s best foreign language Oscar winner Ida has announced key staffing changes.
EXCLUSIVE: Robert Sheehan, Joely Richardson, Lily Cole star in horror.
David Gordon Green returns to his alma mater to present Manglehorn; local newcomers impress with Homeless feature.
Penny Dreadful picked up three awards at the British Academy Television Craft Awards.
APRIL 27 UPDATE: Universal’s global smash, which crossed $1bn at the international box office on Sunday and stands at $1.321bn worldwide, retained pole position in North America in its fourth session.
The Sundance Institute and Women In Film Los Angeles have unveiled a three-year study on the careers of female directors.
Tribeca top brass announced the winners of the two awards sponsored by AT&T on Saturday as the festival neared its conclusion.
CANNES: The studio is poised to snap up US rights to Bold Films’ thriller starring Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, with Sierra/Affinity handling international sales on the Croisette.
The highly regarded young executive has been promoted to president of international sales and distribution at Avi Lerner’s Los Angeles-based company.
The distributor has made a seven-figure offer for US rights on the Tribeca Film Festival world premiere.
EXCLUSIVE: Company to launch Radu Mihaileanu’s The History of Love and Studio Ghibli co-production The Red Turtle.
Top brass at the 16th annual California festival have announced the Irish, Chinese and Korean Spotlights.
Heading into Cannes the company has bulked up its sales slate with international rights to the drama starring Jason Sudeikis and Jessica Biel.
One of the audience hits at this year’s RiverRun International Film Festival in Winston-Salem, North Carolina is Chris Gallaway’s documentary The Long Start To The Journey.
RiverRun honoree talks about crowdfunding support for theatrical launch of The Black Panthers: Vanguard Of The Revolution.
Far From The Madding Crowd director joined by cinematographer Charlotte Bruus Christensen.
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Newport Beach Film Festival co-founder and CEO Gregg Schwenk talks to Elbert Wyche about the California event’s programme and its passion for international cinema. The festival runs from April 23-20.
The Russian director of Wanted and the Night Watch takes a break from shooting Ben-Hur in Italy to tell Elbert Wyche about his producer role on a new genre he calls ‘screenmovie’.
The Netflix model ‘makes no sense for the movie industry at large’, says John Fithian, president and CEO of NATO (National Association Of Theatre Owners) on the eve of the group’s annual Las Vegas convention.
The first-time director talks to Elbert Wyche about his Tribeca Film Festival world premiere and post-apocalyptic drama based on his 2012 Blacklist screenplay.
Steve Hoover talks to Elbert Wyche about his Tribeca documentary on Gennadiy Mokhnenko’s work with vulnerable children in Ukraine.
Talking after the announcement of the Cannes Film Festival’s Official Selection on Thursday, festival chief Thierry Fremaux reveals Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise might still make it into competition and his habitual fears for the films he selects.