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French Films Reach Record Box Office Revenue Abroad

French exports brought in nearly $1.2 billion in international markets last year and sold 140 million tickets.

Michael Haneke’s ‘Amour,’ Steve McQueen’s ‘Shame’ Lead EFA Noms

Michael Fassbender, Gary Oldman, Kate Winslet and Mads Mikkelsen among European acting nominees.

‘Unknown’ Helps French Cinema Have an Identity Abroad in 2011

French films take bon voyage abroad with $519 million in ticket sales.

THR Awards Analyst Scott Feinberg’s Top 10 Films of 2011

Feinberg's personal favorites include a black-and-white silent, an old-school epic, an NC-17 character study, a Spanish-language thriller, and an unscripted love story.

German Box Office Tops $1.1 billion In 2011

German productions accounted for 18.4% of box office take, led by Til Schweiger's rom-com 'Kokowaah.'

German Box Office Tops $1.1 billion In 2011

German productions accounted for 18.4% of box office take, led by Til Schweiger's rom-com 'Kokowaah.'

9 of the Year’s Most Inspired Screenwriting Pairings

UPDATED: Sometimes it takes more than one person at the keyboard -- or two people, in the case of "Ides of March" -- to bat out a bang-up script.

THR Actor Roundtable: George Clooney’s Worst Job, Nick Nolte’s Thoughts On Death, and Who Has ‘Rage’ Issues

George Clooney's career that involved hammertoes, Christopher Plummer's "awful" "Sound of Music" role, Christoph Waltz never likes his own work: No topic was off-limits as six of the season's big…

Why John C. Reilly Was ‘Busted’ by Roman Polanski (Q&A)

The "Talladega Nights" star takes serious turn in two awards contenders: "Carnage" and "We Need to Talk About Kevin."

Roman Polanski’s ‘Carnage’ To Open Poland’s Plus Camerimage Festival

The festival's line-up includes such awards favorites as "Tree of Life," "Shame" and "Hysteria."

Sasha Buhler New Head of Acquisitions at Constantin Film

The German mini-major produced Paul W.S. Anderson's "The Three Musketeers" and Roman Polanski's "Carnage."

Alexandre Desplat Wins Film Composer of the Year at World Soundtrack Awards

The French composer wrote the scores for "The King's Speech," "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" and "The Tree of Life."