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AFM: Music Box Films Picks Up Penélope Cruz-Starrer ‘L’Immensità’ for U.S.

Music Box Films has picked up U.S. rights for L’Immensità, the new drama from Italian director Emanuele Crialese (Respiro) starring Oscar winner Penélope Cruz. L’Immensità premiered in competition at the Venice Film Festival in September. Music Box is planning a theatrical bow in the U.S. next year. Crialese’s largely autobiographical work is a portrait of […]

Music Box Takes North American Rights to Brazilian Fantasy Horror ‘Medusa’

Music Box Films has picked up North American rights to Medusa, a fantasy horror film with a sharp satirical bite from Brazilian director Anita Rocha da Silveira. Medusa, da Silveira’s follow-up to her well-received debut Kill Me Please, premiered in Cannes in the Directors’ Fortnight sidebar and had its North American premiere in Toronto. The […]

Music Box Films Takes U.S. Rights to ‘Lost Illusions’

Music Box Films has picked up U.S. rights to Lost Illusions (Illusions Perdues), Xavier Giannoli’s adaptation of the classic Honoré de Balzac comedic novel starring Summer of ’85 actor Benjamin Voisin. Cécile de France (The French Dispatch), Xavier Dolan (I Killed My Mother), Vincent Lacoste (Sorry Angel) and Gérard Depardieu co-star. Lost Illusions premiered in […]

Berlin: ‘In the Aisles’ Wins Top Honors From German Film Guild, Ecumenical Jury

Thomas Stuber's low-key romance, between two forklift operators in an eastern German supermarket, stars Sandra Huller and Franz Rogowski.

AFM: France, Italy Nab German Comedy Hit

'Suck Me Shakespeer 2' has grossed more than $66 million in Germany.

Music Box Takes ‘Therapy for a Vampire’ for U.S.

The Austrian horror comedy, from director David Ruehm, won the audience award for best foreign feature at Montreal's Fantasia festival.

Sundance: Israel-Palestine Spy Documentary Sells to Music Box Films

"The Green Prince" premiered at The MARC on Jan. 16.

MIPTV: Music Box Picks up ‘Generation War’ for U.S.

The six-hour WWII drama is billed as a German "Band of Brothers."

Music Box Takes ‘The Last Sentence’ for U.S.

The biopic from director Jan Troell is the story of anti-Nazi journalist Torgny Segerstedt.