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  • Intl. Film Award: Gaumont's Overseas Team Creates Novel Ways to Clinch Pacts

    While the overseas market for French-language films is becoming increasingly competitive, Gaumont's international sales team is proving, market after market, that buyers are still game to venture off the beaten path to find gems. "Our motto at Gaumont is...
  • Intl. Film Award: Gaumont's Bets on Rising Talent Pays off at Box Office

    Since hitting a nerve with the worldwide B.O. smash hit "The Intouchables" ($426 million), Gaumont has ramped up its commitment to debut features and has turned into Gaul's film champion for diverse young talents emerging from France's Web, TV, stage...
  • CANNES: Spanish Filmmakers Aim for Wider Audience with Genre Fare

    This may well be a record year for Spanish-language cinema, fueled by booming Latin American pay TV sales, buoyant U.S. VOD, rising demand in Asia and Eastern Europe and synergies from Brazil's 2014 FIFA World Cup. But back in the Old World, Spanish...
  • Cannes: France's Quad Films, Canada's Caramel Team Up for 'Volcano' Remake (EXCLUSIVE)

    In a cross-pond comedy pact, France's Quad Films ("The Intouchables") and Canada's Caramel ("Starbuck") are teaming to produce an English-language remake of Dany Boon-starrer "The Volcano" (Eyjafjallajokull). Michael Dowse, who last directed "The F Word"...
  • Helge Sasse to Step Down as CEO of Leading German Film Company Senator

    CANNES -- Helge Sasse, the CEO of producer-distributor Senator Entertainment in Germany, is to step down. Sasse, who has been in the post for eight years, will leave on June 30. The Berlin-based company recorded a loss of Euros 27.4 million ($37.4...
  • Indian 'Intouchables' Remake Sets Mohit Suri as Director

    HONG KONG - Mohit Suri has been set as director of the Indian remake of French hit "The Intouchables." Karan Johar's Dharma Productions and Guneet Monga's Sikhya Entertainment are to produce the Hindi-language retread, licensed in February from France'...
  • FilMart: China Filmmakers Wrestle With Changing Market, Audiences

    Filmmakers working in contemporary Greater China face difficult choices over how they target their movies. "Hong Kong, China and Taiwan have different cultures, different points of view," said Abe Kwong, a writer and director from Hong Kong who is now...
  • 'Spanish Affair' Is No One-Night Stand at Box Office

    Spain, still reeling from the 2008 global economic crisis, sky-high unemployment rates for young people and Eurozone financial woes, finally has something to laugh about: Romantic comedy "Spanish Affair" (Ocho apellidos vascos) is taking the country by...
  • Kinology Takes Intl' Sales Rights to Tahar Rahim's 'Pere Noel'

    Gregoire Melin's Kinology has taken international sales rights to "Pere Noel," a family comedy starring Tahar Rahim and produced by the team behind "The Intouchables." Kinology is also co-producing the film. In "Noel," Rahim stars as a robber dressed...
  • Monga and Johar Team-Up On 'Intouchables' Indian Makeover

    BERLIN- Guneet Monga and Karan Johar, the Indian power duo behind Cannes sensation "The Lunchbox," are set to team up on the local remake Gaumont's "Intouchables," the French comedy blockbuster which grossed $426.6 million worldwide. While negotiations...
  • Gaumont's Cecile Gaget: 'We Don't Want Labels'

    PARIS -- Attending the UniFrance Rendez-Vous market in Paris, Cecile Gaget, the head Gaumont International since 2010, took the time to comment on the company's standing within the French industry, its acquisition strategy and evolving business model....