Other hot sellers include Cannes Competition hit The Great Beauty by Paolo Sorrentino.
Other winners include Omar, Stranger By The Lake, La Jaula De Oro and Fruitvale Station.
Winners include Blue Is The Warmest Colour, Manuscripts Don’t Burn and Blue Ruin.
Sony Pictures Classics has swooped on Jim Jarmusch’s vampire tale Only Lovers Left Alive in Cannes ahead of the world premiere on Saturday . Hanway Films handles international sales.
The Great Gatsby has crossed $100m at the North American box office on its 14th day of release, Warner Bros announced on Friday .
Guillaume Galliennes’s autobiographical comedy about his relationship with his mother scoops unofficial top prize at Cannes.
The European Parliament has voted to keep culture out of EU-US trade talks.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American rights to Cannes Critics’ Week winner The Lunchbox.
Winners also come from Belgium, Romania and Czech Republic.
Territories sold for Cannes Competition title include Russia, Portugal, Hungary, Poland and more.
Clio Barnard’s UK feature The Selfish Giant has been awarded the Europa Cinemas Label in Cannes.
Hike led by sales of TV series including XIII, No Limit and Flight of the Storks.
EXCLUSIVE: Wim Wenders has announced that Robert Redford is to direct one of the films in the 3D/2D series Cathedrals Of Culture project.
Dresden Pictures has started shooting 1950s-set black comedy The Fitzroy directed by Andrew Harmer.
Arts Alliance Media is planning a worldwide cinema broadcast of music documentary Springsteen & I on July 22.
With the main Cannes competition screenings schedule reaching its end, there is a hot new leader in the annual Screen critics chart.
The Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF) has unveiled the 30 projects that will participate in the two strands of its SIFF Project annual co-production market.
Monzier was instrumental in setting up the Europa Distribution network.
Japanese production and sales company Sedic International has clinched a string of Asian pre-sales on Shin Togashi’s drama Oshin, including a sale to JMD Entertainment for South Korea.
Hungry Canadian buyer Mongrel Media has snapped up four more films in Cannes, taking the competition trio Jimmy P., Like Father, Like Son and Young And Beautiful as well as Un Certain Regard entry Bastards.
Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza’s Salvo has won the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival’s 52nd Critics’ Week.
12th edition of the festival, which runs June 25-July 10, to feature 16 world premieres, two European premieres and 28 UK premieres.
Sundance Selects has picked up North American rights from Protagonist Pictures to Clio Barnard’s Directors’ Fortnight entry The Selfish Giant starring Conner Chapman, Shaun Thomas and Sean Gilder.
Canada’s Double Dutch International has licensed rights in Cannes to Level 1 Entertainment’s thriller Detour starring Neil Hopkins and Brea Grant, closing deals with IPA Asia Pacific for Japan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Recipients include Argentina’s Alejandro Fadel [pictured].