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On the Set of ‘The Eddy’: Damien Chazelle Series Portrays Paris as “Not Just a City of Berets and Baguettes”

The Oscar-winning director's jazz-club limited series for Netflix attempts to peel away the glossy cinematic stereotype of the postcard-perfect French capital.

Newen’s Rodolphe Buet on Challenges for European Producers, Developing an “International Footprint”

The StudioCanal veteran also shares the TV production company's ambitions and the importance of developing its own original content.

Roman Polanski’s ‘An Officer and a Spy’ Gets Five Nominations for France’s Lumiere Awards

France's Oscar submission 'Les Misérables' leads the nominations for the country's Lumiere Awards with seven, with Roman Polanski's 'An Officer and a Spy' receiving five despite a call for a boycott.

Luc Besson’s EuropaCorp Posts $25M Loss as Bailout Talks Continue

Luc Besson's EuropaCorp, which is still in bailout talks with Vine Alternative Investments, posted another $25 million loss for the financial period that ended Sept. 30.

New Roman Polanski Scandal Could Overshadow European Film Awards

Amid new allegations of rape, the controversial helmer threatens to eclipse a strong field of nominees up for awards at Saturday's ceremony: "It's really an insult to victims."

Kristen Stewart, Marion Cotillard Sit Front Row at Sofia Coppola-Designed Chanel Show

The Oscar winner re-created Coco Chanel's famous 31 rue Cambon apartment for the latest runway show.

Rosanna Arquette, Andrea Bescond Call on European Film Awards to Pull Roman Polanski’s Nominations

Rosanna Arquette has joined a group of French feminists and film industry professionals in calling on the European Film Awards to rescind Roman Polanski's nominations for 'An Officer and a Spy' ahead of Saturday's award ceremony. French actress Valentine Monnier recently came forward to allege that Polanski had raped her in 1975, something Polanski denies.

Roman Polanski’s ‘An Officer and a Spy’ Tops French Box Office Despite Calls for Boycott

Roman Polanski's Venice Silver Lion winner 'An Officer and a Spy' topped the French box office in its first week of release despite calls to boycott the film after actress Valentine Monnier accused the director of rape.

France’s Directors Guild Moves to Suspend Roman Polanski

France's ARP, the country's guild for directors, writers and producers, has proposed new rules for members under investigation or convicted of sexual crimes, which would lead to the suspension of Roman Polanski.

Amazon Unveils First French Originals Slate

Amazon will bring the global dating juggernaut 'Love Island' to France as part of its first French originals slate, which also includes 'The Missing One,' starring former NBA player Tony Parker.

Tilda Swinton to Head Marrakech Film Festival Jury

Tilda Swinton is set to serve as jury president for the 2019 Marrakech Film Festival.

MIPCOM: Sony Pictures Television, Revolution Studios Sign Distribution Deal

Sony Pictures Television has inked a deal with Content Partners-owned Revolution Studios to take over TV and streaming distribution of its catalog. Hit films such as 'Black Hawk Down,' 'Maid in Manhattan,' 'Daddy Day Care' and '13 Going on 30' are among the titles covered by the pact.