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Melanie Laurent, Alexandre Aja, Vincent Maraval Team for Netflix Survival Thriller ‘O2’

Melanie Laurent is set to star in Netflix's French survival thriller 'O2' from director Alexandrea Aja and producer Vincent Maraval.

European Film Group Wild Bunch Secures $40 Million Credit Line

European film group Wild Bunch secured a $40 million line of credit from Germany's Commerzbank, which gives it much-needed liquidity.

CAA Backs New Film Market With San Sebastian, Zurich Festivals

CAA Media Finance is backing a new film market at the San Sebastian and Zurich film festivals in September that will feature movies from the cancelled SXSW and Tribeca Festivals as well as new sales…

Wild Bunch Expands Further Into Italy With Launch of BIM Production Company

French media company Wild Bunch is strengthening its European production initiatives with the launch of BIM Production in Italy.

France’s Wild Bunch Sets up Stand-Alone Film Sales Group

France's Wild Bunch has spun off its international sales operation as a stand-alone group, which co-founder Vincent Maraval will run.

Mel Gibson to Direct, Co-Write ‘Wild Bunch’ Remake

Warner Bros. has set Mel Gibson to co-write and direct a remake of the violent and influential Western, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Wild Bunch Germany Raises $12 Million for Restructuring

The German division of the French indie giant merged with the struggling Senator Film group in 2014.

AFM: Amazon Studios Snares Nicolas Winding Refn’s ‘Neon Demon’

The L.A.-based horror film stars Elle Fanning, Keanu Reeves and Christina Hendricks.

Cannes: Wild Bunch Launches L.A. Sales Arm Insiders

The division's first titles include Sean Penn's 'Flag Day' and Jeff Nichols' 'Loving.'

Christoph Liedke Joins Wild Bunch Germany

The former Warner Bros. executive will head up theatrical and home entertainment operations at the group, formed through the merger of Wild Bunch's German operations withBerlin-based Senator…

IFC Accuses Director Abel Ferrara of “Slinging Mud and Insults” (Exclusive)

The distributor, which plans to release an R-rated version of the director's 'Welcome to New York,' says the filmmaker refused to make his own edits when offered the chance.

Abel Ferrara Issues Cease and Desist Letter Over IFC Release of ‘Welcome to New York’ (Exclusive)

The director is enraged that the U.S. distributor is releasing a version of the Dominique Strauss-Kahn film that is not his own.