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Luxbox Boards Tribeca Competition Title ‘The Dog Thief,’ With Pablo Larrain Regular Alfredo Castro (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Mexico - Italy - Chile - Bolivia - Ecuador
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19.04.2024 / 10:51

Luxbox Boards Tribeca Competition Title ‘The Dog Thief,’ With Pablo Larrain Regular Alfredo Castro (EXCLUSIVE)

Holly Jones Standout Paris-based sales outfit Luxbox (“1976”) has acquired international sales rights to the debut solo feature effort from Chilean multi-hyphenate Vinko Tomičić Salinas(“Durmiente”),“The Dog Thief” (“El Ladrón de Perros”), which bows in the international narrative competition at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, running June 5-16. The film follows an adolescent shoe shining orphan, Martín (Franklin Aro Huasco), in his quest to get closer to Mr.

Paris Olympics Organizers Hope Summer Games Will Showcase France’s Modernity, From Gender-Balanced Events to Sustainability Initiatives - variety.com - France - Paris
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18.04.2024 / 15:47

Paris Olympics Organizers Hope Summer Games Will Showcase France’s Modernity, From Gender-Balanced Events to Sustainability Initiatives

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent It was in the land that took “Liberté, égalité, fraternité” as its motto that women were first allowed to participate in the Olympic Games, in 1900. This summer, the French capital will come full circle as it hosts the first-ever gender-balanced Olympics. From politicians to business titans to cultural leaders, the most powerful forces in Paris are aligning to make the three weeks of the Games a showcase for the modernity of France.

‘The Last Days of the Hospital,’ ‘Fixing the War,’ ‘The Shadow of Yoluja’ Pick Up Top Industry Prizes at Visions du Réel - variety.com - France - Switzerland - Iran
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18.04.2024 / 00:07

‘The Last Days of the Hospital,’ ‘Fixing the War,’ ‘The Shadow of Yoluja’ Pick Up Top Industry Prizes at Visions du Réel

Lise Pedersen Two new cash prizes introduced this year in Swiss film festival Visions du Reel’s industry section, VdR-Industry, were among a flurry of awards handed out as the program wrapped in Nyon, Switzerland, on Wednesday. The Eurimages Co-production Development Award, created to promote the fund’s role in encouraging international co-production from the initial stages of a project, and which comes with a cash prize of €20,000 ($22,000), went to “The Last Days of the Hospital” by Mehran Tamadon (“My Worst Enemy,” “Bassidji”).

With France on Highest Alert, Olympics Organizers Plan Opening Ceremony Along Seine Under Unprecedented Security Protocol - variety.com - France - Ukraine
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17.04.2024 / 17:53

With France on Highest Alert, Olympics Organizers Plan Opening Ceremony Along Seine Under Unprecedented Security Protocol

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent With France on its highest level of security alert amid geopolitical turmoil in Ukraine and the Middle East, organizers behind the Paris Olympics are still going ahead with ambitious plans to host the opening ceremony along the Seine river on July 26. Emmanuel Macron, the president of France, said on Monday in an interview with French outlets BFM TV and RMC that the opening ceremony could relocate to an indoor location “depending on our analysis of the context.” “We have fallback scenarios.

Canneseries Festival to Remain Standalone Event in Spring Without MipTV; Canal+ to Return as Sponsor - variety.com - France
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15.04.2024 / 15:38

Canneseries Festival to Remain Standalone Event in Spring Without MipTV; Canal+ to Return as Sponsor

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent While MipTV is relocating to London with a revamped format, Canneseries Festival is sticking to its guns and will remain as a standalone event in the spring on the Croisette. Benoit Louvet, the managing director of Canneseries, told Variety in an exclusive interview that the festival will return in 2025 on April 22-27 with its major partners, the city of Cannes, the region PACA and the Vivendi-owned pay TV group Canal+.

Indigenous Documentary ‘Bila Burba’ Triumphs at the 12th Panama International Film Festival - variety.com - Panama - city Panama
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09.04.2024 / 22:23

Indigenous Documentary ‘Bila Burba’ Triumphs at the 12th Panama International Film Festival

Anna Marie de la Fuente With John Travolta, Gregory Nava and a host of other luminaries lighting it up, the 12thPanama International Film Festival wrapped Sunday on a high note, with general attendance exceeding expectations. Speaking at the closing ceremony held at the Canal Museum, Pituka Ortega-Heilbron, IFF Panama Board President, hailed this latest edition as a vibrant rebirth for the festival.

John Travolta Presents ‘Grease’ at 12th IFF Panama, Declares Desire to Work With Latino Filmmakers - variety.com - Mexico - Argentina - Poland - Panama - county Frederick - county Forsyth - city Panama
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08.04.2024 / 17:21

John Travolta Presents ‘Grease’ at 12th IFF Panama, Declares Desire to Work With Latino Filmmakers

Anna Marie de la Fuente Calling all Latino filmmakers, John Travolta wants to work with you. Swinging by Panama to present his 1978 musical rom-com “Grease” at the 12th Panama International Film Festival (IFF Panama), Travolta professed his great love for “Mexico, Central America, South America, all of its parts.” “There is an incredible humanity that prevails and is different from anywhere else in the world,” he told Variety. Surprised to hear that Robert de Niro had starred in the Argentine series “Nada,” Travolta exclaimed: “I would have loved that, I would have enjoyed being lured to South America to play a part for a while.” The closest he’s come to working with a Latino director was with Alfonso Cuarón, who produced the short film streaming on Disney+ “The Shepherd,” based on Frederick Forsyth’s 1975 novella, which follows a young Royal Air Force pilot flying home for Christmas across the North Sea.

‘Godzilla X Kong’ Rises To $361M WW, ‘Kung Fu Panda 4’ Tops $400M & ‘Dune: Part Two’ Passes $660M; ‘Boy And The Heron’ Soars In China – International Box Office - deadline.com - Britain - France - Brazil - China - Mexico - Germany - Japan - Indonesia
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07.04.2024 / 19:17

‘Godzilla X Kong’ Rises To $361M WW, ‘Kung Fu Panda 4’ Tops $400M & ‘Dune: Part Two’ Passes $660M; ‘Boy And The Heron’ Soars In China – International Box Office

Refresh for latest…: A busy holdover weekend for wide studio releases was led by the trio of Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, Kung Fu Panda 4 and Dune: Part Two. And, in a soaring performance, Hayao Miyazaki’s Oscar winner The Boy and the Heron swooped into China helping the market set a new Qingming holiday record. 

French Wildlife Format Thalassa Gets Reboot With Diego Bunuel-Hosted ‘Deep Blue Horizons;’ France TV Distribution Boards Sales (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Australia - France - Peru - county Pacific - Ecuador
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07.04.2024 / 14:59

French Wildlife Format Thalassa Gets Reboot With Diego Bunuel-Hosted ‘Deep Blue Horizons;’ France TV Distribution Boards Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent France tv distribution has boarded international sales for “Deep Blue Horizons – Exploring the Seas,” a documentary series hosted by journalist and explorer Diego Buñuel. A reboot of France Televisions‘ iconic wildlife format “Thalassa,” the factual title is being unveiled to buyers at Mipdoc in Cannes.

MipTV’s Last Stand, Its Stars, Big and Buzz Titles, Growth Prospects, AI’s Real Threat and Other Takes on 2024’s Edition and Canneseries - variety.com - France
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05.04.2024 / 19:39

MipTV’s Last Stand, Its Stars, Big and Buzz Titles, Growth Prospects, AI’s Real Threat and Other Takes on 2024’s Edition and Canneseries

John Hopewell Chief International Correspondent CANNES — For years, reports of MipTV’s terminal decline were somewhat exaggerated. Now, however, they’re real. On March 26, RX France, organizers of MipTV, announced the launch of Mip London, over Feb.

Canal+ Acquires Rafael Cobos’ Canneseries Winner ‘The Left Handed Son,’ From Movistar Plus+ (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - France - Morocco
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04.04.2024 / 08:15

Canal+ Acquires Rafael Cobos’ Canneseries Winner ‘The Left Handed Son,’ From Movistar Plus+ (EXCLUSIVE)

John Hopewell Chief International Correspondent In an acquisition which underscores the often shared sensibility between Canal+, France’s biggest pay TV operator, and Movistar Plus+, the largest Spanish pay TV player, Canal+ has acquired Canneseries winner “The Left-Handed Son” (“El hijo zurdo”), a Movistar Plus+ original series. The series will bow on Canal+ on April 5 in a deal brokered by Movistar Plus+ International. A psychological thriller with a lyrical undertow which surfaces to moving effect in key scenes, “The Left-Handed Son” marks the auspicious directorial debut of Rafael Cobos, the career-long co-scribe of Alberto Rodríguez, from 2005’s “7 Virgins” through international hit “Marshland” to 2017’s “The Plague,” still one of the biggest series which Movistar Plus+ has ever made.

12th IFF Panama Captures the Excitement of Central American and Caribbean Film Industry Advances - variety.com - USA - Germany - Dominica - Costa Rica - Panama - city Santos - Guatemala - city Panama
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03.04.2024 / 17:51

12th IFF Panama Captures the Excitement of Central American and Caribbean Film Industry Advances

Anna Marie de la Fuente Moved from its usual December berth last year, the 12th Panama International Film Festival (IFF Panama) runs April 4-7, replete with new industry activities and double the number of films since its previous edition. True to its mandate to serve as a showcase for Central American and Caribbean cinema, the festival’s program this year includes a bevy of acclaimed films from the region, including two Panamanian Indigenous-themed features, “Bila Burba” and “God is a Woman.” Recent years has seen the growing international recognition of pics from the region, with Nelson Carlo de los Santos becoming the first Dominican – and first Latin American – filmmaker to snag the best director Silver Bear at the Berlinale for his drama, “Pepe.” Costa Rican director Antonella Sudasassi Furniss’ sophomore feature, “Memories of a Burning Body,” clinched the Audience Award for best fiction film in the Panorama section of the A-list German festival.

From Variety Critic’s Pick ‘Memory’ With Jessica Chastain to a Chronicle of a 1925 Indigenous Uprising, This Year’s IFF Panama Audience Award Contenders - variety.com - USA - Germany - Finland - Panama - city Panama
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03.04.2024 / 17:51

From Variety Critic’s Pick ‘Memory’ With Jessica Chastain to a Chronicle of a 1925 Indigenous Uprising, This Year’s IFF Panama Audience Award Contenders

Anna Marie de la Fuente Running April 4-7, the IFF Panama brings to this year’s edition a rich mix of standout director driven titles from Europe, the Spanish-speaking world and beyond, spangled by highlights from Central America, including Panama: “Bila Burba,” (Duiren Wagua, Panama) Documentary. Wagua’s debut feature. The Gunadule nation’s ties with the Panamanian government were fraught with territorial and cultural disputes.

Cannes Film Festival to Open With Quentin Dupieux’s ‘The Second Act’ Starring Léa Seydoux and Vincent Lindon - variety.com - France - California
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03.04.2024 / 15:27

Cannes Film Festival to Open With Quentin Dupieux’s ‘The Second Act’ Starring Léa Seydoux and Vincent Lindon

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent The 77th edition of the Cannes Film Festival will kick off with Quentin Dupieux‘s “The Second Act,” a star-studded surreal French comedy headlined by Léa Seydoux, Vincent Lindon, Louis Garrel and Raphaël Quenard, Variety has learned. The anticipated movie is produced by Hugo Selignac at Chi-Fou-Mi, a Mediawan company, and is represented in international markets by Kinology.

Mario Van Peebles to Direct ‘That’ll Be the Day,’ Drama About Buddy Holly and the Birth of Rock ‘n’ Roll (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - USA - New York - county Ray
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03.04.2024 / 13:45

Mario Van Peebles to Direct ‘That’ll Be the Day,’ Drama About Buddy Holly and the Birth of Rock ‘n’ Roll (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Mario Van Peebles has been tapped to direct “That’ll Be the Day,” the story of how Buddy Holly and other musicians of the late 1950s helped give birth to rock ‘n’ roll and influence the wider societal and cultural landscape, including the civil rights movement. Music has been central to much of Van Peebles’ work, from his 1991 gangster movie “New Jack City” to his work on “Wu-Tang: An American Saga,” which he co-executive produced for Hulu.

An oasis for the rich and a playground for fugitives - why criminals are flocking to Dubai - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - France - Manchester - Dubai - Uae
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
30.03.2024 / 20:09

An oasis for the rich and a playground for fugitives - why criminals are flocking to Dubai

When drugs kingpin Jonathan Cassidy filmed himself driving around Dubai in his Lamborghini he was following a well-trodden path. The Middle Eastern city has become a destination for criminal fugitives.

‘The Goat Life’ Starring Prithviraj Sukumaran & Jimmy-Jean Louis Launches Internationally - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - France - Jordan - India - Saudi Arabia - Algeria
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28.03.2024 / 13:31

‘The Goat Life’ Starring Prithviraj Sukumaran & Jimmy-Jean Louis Launches Internationally

The Goat Life (previously titled Goat Days) will release in theaters across the UK, India, Australia and France today.

‘Godzilla Minus One’ Filmmaker Takashi Yamazaki Signs With CAA (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Japan
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28.03.2024 / 13:17

‘Godzilla Minus One’ Filmmaker Takashi Yamazaki Signs With CAA (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Takashi Yamazaki, the Japanese filmmaker behind Oscar-winning smash hit “Godzilla Minus One,” has signed with CAA for representation. “Godzilla Minus One,” on which Yamazaki served as writer, director and VFX supervisor, earned the first-ever nomination and win for a Japanese production in the VFX category at the Academy Awards earlier this month. The film beat strong contenders such as “The Creator,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

MIP London Is Launching In 2025 – Historic Programming Market Is Relocating From Cannes & New Event Will Run Alongside The London Screenings - deadline.com - Britain - France - London
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26.03.2024 / 10:53

MIP London Is Launching In 2025 – Historic Programming Market Is Relocating From Cannes & New Event Will Run Alongside The London Screenings

EXCLUSIVE: It’s confirmed – or will be later today – the organizers of MIPTV are setting up a new event in London, Deadline can reveal. MIP London will be based in The Savoy hotel and an adjoining space, the IET London, in a seismic change to the international TV calendar. Historic programming market MIPTV has been situated in Cannes since the 1960s.

‘Mai’: Vietnam Box Office Smash Reaches Historic Milestone With International Debut - deadline.com - Britain - France - Norway - Germany - Poland - Vietnam - Czech Republic - Slovakia
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26.03.2024 / 09:33

‘Mai’: Vietnam Box Office Smash Reaches Historic Milestone With International Debut

EXCLUSIVE: After smashing records in Vietnam, Tran Thanh’s hit romance drama Mai has now set a new milestone for an opening weekend at the international box office, becoming the first Vietnamese title to score a $1M debut outside the home market.

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