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  • Scrabble at the Bain Center

    Activity Pals For single seniors. Get together with others to attend events, shop, go sightseeing, dine out and more. 301-596-6385. The Bain Center 5470 Ruth Keeton Way, Columbia. 410-313-7213. •Acting Up! Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. A theater...
  • Michel Gondry's 'Mood Indigo' is wildly inventive

    Michel Gondry's 'Mood Indigo' is wildly inventive
    To call Michel Gondry's "Mood Indigo" visually inventive is not even scratching the surface, something like characterizing Apple as a company that's had a certain amount of success. Wacky, surreal, insanely playful, "Mood Indigo" is a film that believes...
  • 'Yves Saint Laurent's' Director, Star on That Other YSL Biopic

    Jalil Lespert's "Yves Saint Laurent," the first of two YSL biopics scheduled for release this year, made its Gotham premiere on Monday. The Weinstein Co. pic, about one of haute couture's great innovators, attracted an equal number of stars, socialites...
  • 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'...
  • Intl. Film Award 2014: Gaumont Thrives With Local Talent and U.S. TV

    After losing itself for some time, the legendary 114-year-old French studio Gaumont bounced back to the top of the charts with the box office phenom "The Intouchables" in 2011. Three years later and with more French hits under its belt, the vertically...
  • Intl. Film Award: A Brief History of Gaumont

    1895 Leon Gaumont, a French inventor, industrialist and pioneer of the film industry, establishes Gaumont, selling camera equipment and film, expanding into production and cinemas. 1974 Nicolas Seydoux, Schlumberger empire heir and brother of Pathe's...
  • 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"...
  • 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...