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  • BERLIN: Scandi outfit LevelK Scores Sales On Cate Blanchett starrer 'The Turning'

    BERLIN- LevelK has closed some territories on "The Turning," a collection of Australian short films starring Cate Blanchett, in the run-up to the pic's Berlin Gala unspooling scheduled on Sunday (Oct. 9). Blanchett stars alongside Rose Byrne, Miranda...
  • Hubert Sauper flies into South Sudan's reality in 'We Come as Friends'

    Hubert Sauper flies into South Sudan's reality in 'We Come as Friends'
    Documentary filmmakers are known to go to extraordinary lengths to get their stories on film, but few have gone as far as Hubert Sauper. In order to achieve the unusual access to the reality of Africa he provides in his exceptional "We Come as Friends,"...
  • Austrian Cinema: Diverse Dozen Thrive in Berlin's Lineup

    Austrian cinema looks set to make another big splash at this year's Berlin Film Festival. The diverse lineup is certain to springboard to fests around the globe, where Austrian film continues to represent an increasingly broad range of up-and-coming...
  • Austria's Up-Tempo Allegro Plays With Genres

    One of Austria's most active production companies, Vienna-based Allegro Film, has enjoyed a hit streak in recent years with its ever-diverse lineups and 2014 promises even more. Andreas Prochaska's Alpine Western "The Dark Valley," a co-production with...
  • Wes Anderson Talks About His 'Grand' Influences

    How do you get to the Grand Budapest Hotel? To be sure you will not find it on Trip Advisor, or on any maps of the region. Ditto the kingdom of Zubrowka, within whose borders it purportedly lies. But if you first travel to that beleaguered republic of...
  • Liam Neeson Joins Martin Scorsese's 'Silence'

    Liam Neeson has come on board Martin Scorsese's historical drama "Silence" opposite Andrew Garfield and Ken Watanabe. Production is expected to start in Taiwan later this year. "Silence" is financed by Emmett/Furla/Oasis, Corsan and A1. The film is...
  • Cecchi Gori, Martin Scorsese Settle Dispute Over 'Silence'

    A settlement has been reached in Cecchi Gori Pictures' lawsuit against Martin Scorsese, claiming he had breached an agreement to direct "Silence" as his next movie. The "matter has been settled in its entirety," according to minutes from a proceeding...
  • Berlin: Vertical Takes North American Rights to 'The Little Ghost' (EXCLUSIVE)

    LONDON -- Vertical Entertainment has taken North American rights to German box office and international sales hit "The Little Ghost." Deal was inked with the pic's international sales agent ARRI Worldsales, which will be screening it at the European...
  • Film Review: '3 Nights in the Desert'

    "3 Nights in the Desert" is a middling drama starring Amber Tamblyn, Wes Bentley and "Boardwalk Empire's" Vincent Piazza as erstwhile members of a rock band that almost made it, reuniting after several years' estrangement. Needless to say, a lot of...
  • Berlin: Crowdfunding Catches on With European Filmmakers

    Crowdfunding films in Europe is still in its infancy, but some enterprising producers have launched campaigns, using a few opportunities not yet available in the U.S. -- and are facing a different set of challenges. American filmmakers have mainly used...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman dead: Actor leaves behind multiple films

    When Philip Seymour Hoffman died Sunday, he left behind not just a rich body of work but a number of recently completed or in-progress productions, including the final two "Hunger Games" films. The prospects for that latter franchise has proved to be...
  • European Film Promotion Sets Global Agenda for Continental Indies

    Networking. Audience outreach. Opening up new markets. They sound like key words in an MBA program catalog, but those are three of the mandates of European Film Promotion. Founded in 1997, EFP is an international web of orgs from 34 European countries...