RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Paris (France)

A collection of news and information related to Paris (France) published by this site and its partners.

Top Paris (France) Articles

Displaying items 109-120
  • Olga Kurylenko Boards Benoit Philippon's 'Lota'

    PARIS- Olga Kurylenko ("To The Wonder"), Gregory Fitoussi ("World War Z") and Emir Kusturica ("7 Days in Havana") are set to topline "Lota," a French Guiana-set dramedy directed by Benoit Philippon ("Lullaby"). Described by Philippon as a variation on...
  • Paris Haute Couture 2014: Armani Prive is playful and dramatic

    Paris Haute Couture 2014: Armani Prive is playful and dramatic
    The event: Serious star power lighted up the Theatre National de Chaillot in Paris on Tuesday for the presentation of the Armani Privé fall 2014 Haute Couture Collection.  As Armani clients, journalists and VIPs from around the globe awaited the show,...
  • Reims: A bubbly day trip from Paris

    Reims: A bubbly day trip from Paris
    France's bustling, modern Reims greets travelers with cellar doors wide open. As the capital of the Champagne region, it features a lively center, a historic cathedral, and, of course, Champagne tasting. And thanks to France's slick, high-speed rail, it's...
  • CANNES: Memento Films Intl. Takes 'Refugiado'

    PARIS -Driving into Latin America, which has given it breakout successes, such as Natalia Smirnoff's "Puzzle," Paris-based Memento Films International (MFI) has acquired world sales rights to Pablo Lerman's anticipated Directors' Fortnight title...
  • Picasso museum in Paris loses president amid delays

    The president of the Musée Picasso in Paris has left her job amid controversy surrounding the continuing delays in the restoration of the museum's 17th century building. Anne Baldassari, who has led the institution since 2005, was relieved of her position...
  • Cannes: Studiocanal Ups the Ante With Market Slate

    Studiocanal has brought two new, high-profile films onto the market at Cannes. Both pics say much about the strategic choices that Studiocanal, which handles the biggest movie production budget of any company in Europe, is now taking. James Watkins ("...
  • Cannes: SND-M6 Closes Pre-Sales on Lartigau Comedy (EXCLUSIVE)

    CANNES- Paris-based SND-M6 Group, one of France's major film production-distribution-sales companies, has initiated pre-sales on comedy "La Famille Belier," the latest film from Eric Lartigau ("The Big Picture"). Tele Munchen Group has bought rights to...
  • 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: Paris-Based Other Angle to Produce 'The Beggars' as its First Movie (EXCLUSIVE)

    Paris-based sales house Other Angle is on board to produce its first movie, "The Beggars," a Morocco-set tale taking place in the 1940s, starring Mohamed Fellag ("Monsieur Lazhar") and Daniel Cohen ("All That Glitters") as Jewish and Muslim homeless men...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'Faire: L'amour'

    Centering on a Parisian rapper who has to deal with sudden deafness and a woman who's on temporary leave from prison to see her son, "Faire: L'amour" (abbreviated as "FLA") buries a poignant, confrontational exploration of loneliness and self-absorption...
  • CANNES: Philippe Lacote's 'Run' Could Help Ivory Coast Film Industry Rebound

    With a film from the Ivory Coast selected for the first time to screen at Cannes, hopes are high that the West African country's long-dormant film industry might finally be on the rebound. Helmer Philippe Lacote, who was born and raised in Abidjan, the...