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  • TNT Embarks On Action Skein 'Transporter'

    PARIS- TNT has come on board the second season of "Transporter: The Series," the small-screen spinoff of Luc Besson-produced hit movie franchise, allowing the show to get greenlit by Paris-based Atlantique Prods.. The skein's second order, comprising...
  • Berenice Bejo talks about 'The Past' and how she got there

    Berenice Bejo talks about 'The Past' and how she got there
    CANNES, France - For her work in "The Past," as a divorcing Paris mother caught in a web of deceptions, Berenice Bejo won the best actress award at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. The movie opens in Chicago Friday; Iranian writer-director Asghar Farhadi'...
  • Sony Pictures Classics Picks Up Woody Allen's 'Magic in the Moonlight'

    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American rights to Woody Allen's "Magic in the Moonlight," starring Eileen Atkins, Colin Firth, Marcia Gay Harden, Hamish Linklater, Simon McBurney, Emma Stone and Jacki Weaver. Set in the south of France...
  • The Dream

    I was attending a party of some sort. Maybe a diplomatic reception. In a large well-appointed room full of people and din. Everyone was talking. In French. There were tables and chairs but all were standing -- over at the bar or picking and choosing off...
  • "Blue Is The Warmest Color" Wins Big At Gaul's Lumiere Awards

    PARIS- Abdellatif Kechiche's romance drama "Blue Is The Warmest Color" snatched up top kudos at France's Lumiere Awards, at a gala ceremony hosted on Monday in Paris. The Palme d'Or-winning film - sold by Wild Bunch -- won best film, director, actress...
  • French Exports Flounder in Weak 2013

    PARIS - Comparisons are odious. But even judged by average receipts abroad over the last 10 years, French films punched a lame year outside France in 2013, bereft of blockbusters and plagued by long-term structural problems shared by much of Europe's...
  • Audrey Tautou - Poetry in Motion

    PARIS - She bursts into the room, apologizes for being late (she hardly is), asks for a coffee. Some actors are bigger than you expect: Think Tim Robbins, a gentle giant. Many are smaller (Mel Gibson). Audrey Tautou is just mega-slender, mignon, as the...
  • Vincent Cassel Boards Maiwenn's Next Film

    PARIS- French star Vincent Cassel ("Black Swan") has boarded "Rien ne sert de courir," Maiwenn's follow-up to "Polisse." Cassel will star opposite Emmanuelle Bercot, who co-wrote and starred in "Polisse." Project reunites Maiwenn with "Polisse"...
  • Salma Hayek, Vincent Cassel Set to Topline Matteo Garrone's 'Tales' (EXCLUSIVE)

    PARIS -- Salma Hayek and Vincent Cassel are set to topline Italian helmer Matteo Garrone's "The Tale of Tales," the helmer's follow up to "Reality," which won a Grand Prize at Cannes. The English-language film will shoot in Italy during the spring....
  • Gaumont Sells Berlinale Special Gala Player 'Diplomacy' (Exclusive)

    PARIS- French major Gaumont has closed key sales deals on "Diplomacy," Volker Schlondorff's WWII drama that's set to open in the Berlinale's Special Gala section. In the run up to Berlin, "Diplomacy," which centers on the real-life story of a German...
  • PASSINGS: Yuri Dubinin, Sergio Loro Piana

    PASSINGS: Yuri Dubinin, Sergio Loro Piana
    Yuri Dubinin Perestroika-era Soviet ambassador to U.S. Yuri Dubinin, 83, the Soviet Union's ambassador to the United States during much of the turbulent 1980s' perestroika period, died Friday. The Russian Foreign Ministry announced his death in Moscow...
  • Elevated Genre Projects Spark Buzz At Les Arcs' Coproduction Village

    PARIS- Underscoring the consistent appeal of tightly-budgeted elevated genre projects in Europe, Regine Abadia's psychological suspenser "Gashes Upon Walls" and Rob Drummond-penned zombie pic "Oktoberflesh" were some of the most buzzed-about titles at the...