French sales companies to merge staff, infrastructure and slates.
Mexican festival set to run from November 13-17.
Remake of Argentinian comedy overtakes Spider-Man: Far From Home.
’Make Cinema Great Again!’ took place at CONNeXT in Ghent.
Invitation-only film and TV industry showcase to leave Ghent after four years.
Company says it has raised $112m to fund aggressive push into acquisitions.
The news was revealed by CEO Philip Knatchbull during a keynote speech at CONNeXT in Ghent.
Psychological drama marks the feature debut of Michael Venus.
Nancy Utley and Stephen Gilula on how they deal with changing film industry.
Slate deal includes ‘The Perfect Candidate’ and ‘Happy as Lazzaro’.
Tensions between the two nations have buyers and sellers spooked
BBC to make the film available eight weeks after the cinema release.
Adriana Shaw appealed to Women in Film & Television International (WIFTI) members at FilmFest Hamburg.
Shannon Murphy’s debut feature has its UK launch at London Film Festival.
Written and directed by Ray Yeung, the film recently picked up five nominations for this year’s Golden Horse Awards.
Kew to handle TV and digital rights to some new projects from ‘Green Book’ producer.
Former Goldcrest, Cornerstone Films exec Catherine Quantschnigg to head sales division.
The film will play at the London Film Festival this week.
Studio currently developing filmmaker’s next two projects.
Crime drama opened in Italy in May.