How Double Dutch International Navigates Indie Sales With Big Names, Canada's Weaker Dollar (Q&A)
The Toronto-based president and CEO Jason Moring tells THR of expanding into producing and financing and why he’s on the lookout for U.S. partners.
Berlin: Liam Neeson's Korean War Film Sells to Germany, Taiwan
The actor stars as General Douglas MacArthur in 'Operation Chromite,' which tells the story of the secret mission X-Ray during the 1950 Korean War.
Germany's Wild Bunch Exec Talks Rescuing Senator, Learning From Bradley Cooper's 'Burnt' Flop (Q&A)
Marc Gabizon, Vincent Maraval’s man in Germany, discusses his worst deal, why stars no longer guarantee success and the need for (calculated) risks.
China Box Office: Stephen Chow's 'Mermaid' Nears $200M at Record Pace
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China's Baidu Gets $2.25B Offer for Its 80.5 Percent Stake in Online Video Giant iQiyi
The offer from the CEOs of iQiyi and Baidu values the company at $2.8 billion.
U.K.'s 'The Independent' Newspaper to Shutter Print Edition
The paper's last print edition, along with that of the 'Independent on Sunday,' is expected to be published in late March.
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'The Patriarch' ('Mahana'): Berlin Review
For his first film in New Zealand in two decades, Lee Tamahori jumps back to Maori characters from the generation before his gritty breakout work, 'Once Were Warriors.'
'Creepy': Berlin Review
Kiyoshi Kurosawa returns from auteurist chores to the classic horror that made him a cult name.
'Tomcat' ('Kater'): Berlin Review
An inexplicable violent impulse shatters the connubial bliss of a Viennese gay couple in Austrian actor-turned-director Handl Klaus' second feature.
'Lily Lane' ('Liliom Osveny'): Berlin Review
Bence Fliegauf (‘Just the Wind’) premiered his new feature in the Berlinale Forum.
'Shepherds and Butchers': Berlin Review
Steve Coogan plays a lawyer battling the death penalty in Oliver Schmitz’s South Africa-set courtroom drama.