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  • Berlin: Other Angle Lines Up Three Titles, Expands Beyond France

    Aiming to broaden its scope beyond pure French fare, Olivier Albou's Paris-based Other Angle has acquired international sales to German helmer Jonathan Helpert's "House of Time," Francois Margolin's "The Art Dealer" and Stefano Consiglio's "L'Amore non...
  • Foreign Helmers Remix France's Unique Heritage Sites

    Over recent years France's heritage sites, many run by the French state, have woken up to the tremendous economic and promotional potential associated to hosting film, TV and advertising productions. "2005 was the beginning of a new era in terms of...
  • 'Seashore,' 'Baby' and 'Moon' Lensing in France in 2014

    Hunger Games-helmer Francis Lawrence will be trekking to Gaul to lens "Seashore" in 2014. Other high profile pics already greenlit by the revamped TRIP tax rebate scheme include NBC's mini-series "Rosemary's Baby" and Bill Mechanic-produced "The Moon and...
  • A New Distribution Model Gives Turkey's Film Fans Their Fill of Foreign Fare

    By many standards, 2013 was a stellar year for film in Turkey. Box office takings climbed by 15%; viewers came out in droves for Turkish productions, toppling a 30-year-old record; and nine out of the year's 10 biggest films were Turkish (December's...
  • Playing illness or frailty: Does it make award chances stronger?

    For many actors, Academy Award-nominated performances are to die for. Or, rather, if you play a character who dies — or who's dealing with illness or disability — your chances of earning a nomination and even the win go up significantly....
  • Petra Costa retraces her troubled sister's path in 'Elena'

    Petra Costa retraces her troubled sister's path in 'Elena'
    "Elena" is a plunge into "inconsolable memory," a phrase that director Petra Costa borrows from the 1959 film "Hiroshima Mon Amour." Like that landmark Alain Resnais film, Costa's documentary is lyrical, not linear. In telling of her older sister, an...
  • Rise of UKIP Poses Challenges for British Film and TV Folk

    LONDON -- The surge in support for the U.K. Independence Party -- demonstrated at the European Union election last week -- may have major consequences for the British film and TV industry. UKIP, which advocates an exit from the European Union, took first...
  • CANNES: Emma Thompson, Daniel Bruhl, Mark Rylance Join 'Alone in Berlin'

    CANNES -- Emma Thompson ("Saving Mr. Banks"), Daniel Bruhl ("Rush") and Mark Rylance ("The Other Boleyn Girl") have been confirmed to star in Vincent Perez's "Alone in Berlin." Alison Thompson's Sunray Films is selling the film in Cannes. X-Filme's...
  • Cannes Festival: Full 2014 Lineup

    Opener Grace of Monaco (1) Olivier Dahan, France-U.S.-Belgium-Italy Competition The Captive Atom Egoyan, Canada Clouds of Sils Maria Olivier Assayas, France-Switzerland-Germany Foxcatcher Bennett Miller, U.S. Goodbye to Language Jean-Luc Godard,...
  • German Film Funder Medienboard Celebrates Decade of Backing Festival Favorites

    There are few major film festivals that don't feature pics backed by Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg in their lineups, and Cannes is no exception. This year, the German film funding and media biz development org celebrates its 10th anniversary under the...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'Amour fou'

    An event that could hardly be described as a laughing matter somehow yields a dryly amusing and characteristically layered reflection on the absurdity of what humans call love in "Amour fou," Jessica Hausner's slow-building portrait of the German Romantic...