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Cannes 2013

Dutch Genre-Bender Borgman Acquired by Drafthouse Films; New Still and More Info

Alex van Warmerdam's Borgman slipped in and out of Cannes 2013 under our radar, but Drafthouse Films honed in on the disturbing and apparently utterly unique flick, snapping it for North America and including it in the "Drafthouse Alliance." Read on for more details along with a new still.

Cannes 2013: Hackybox Pictures Emerges as Investor in Blanc/Biehn's Hidden in the Woods

Been following the progress of the English-language remake of Patricio Valladares' Hidden in the Woods (En Las Afueras De La Ciudad) from Blanc/Biehn Productions? We have an update straight from the just concluded 2013 Cannes Film Market.

Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Only Lovers Left Alive; More Plot Details Emerge

The wheeling and dealing at Cannes 2013 is almost over, but one more genre film has landed distro just in the nick of time! Sony Pictures Classics acquired North American rights to Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive just hours before the film's world premiere at the fest.

Cannes Quickies - The Strange Colour of Your Body's Tears and The Last Showing Make Sales

Two more bits of news are coming out of the exhaustive Cannes Film Market. Read on for the first details regarding the giallo The Strange Colour of Your Body's Tears and the upcoming thriller The Last Showing.

Anthony DiBlasi Goes Missionary at Cannes

Dread and Cassadega director Anthony DiBlasi brought a new sales trailer to the Cannes Film Market for his new film The Missionary, and we have a look at the goodies for you right here! Dig it!

Uncork'd Entertainment and VIVA Pictures Get Cold Blooded at Cannes

More, yes more, distribution news has come out of the Cannes Film Market, and the next flick to get U.S. distro is Fantasia and Fantastic Fest favorite Cold Blooded. Read on for the skinny!

Cannes 2013: First Word on Zombie Western Bullets for the Dead and Vampire Film Bite

Word is coming out of the 2013 Cannes Film Fest that UK-based Stealth Media Group and Cathartic Pictures have teamed up to produce a revolving slate of films, and the first two projects will be a zombie Western and a vampire flick. Read on for the first few details.

Things Heat Up at Cannes for Jim Mickle's Cold in July Adaptation

It's been exactly a year since we last had an update on Jim Mickle's (Stake Land, We Are What We Are) adaptation of the Joe R. Lansdale novel Cold in July, but with Cannes in full swing, news has come that filming is set to begin in late July with an early 2014 delivery.

Barcelona-Based Ms Entertainment Announces Marc Carrete's Asmodexia at Cannes 2013

If you're a fan of possession flicks and/or foreign horror, read on for more details coming out of Cannes 2013 regarding Emili Pons' just launched Barcelona-based low-cost genre label Ms Entertainment, which announced its first project will be Asmodexia, the feature debut of Marc Carrete.

IFC Midnight Scores a Knock-Out at Cannes with Raze

Fresh off its recent debut at Tribeca in NYC, Raze hit the French Riviera for Cannes and quickly landed North American distro with IFC Midnight. No release details are available yet, but we're sure to hear more once the dust settles.

Snowfort Pictures and MPI/Dark Sky Films Want to Give You Starry Eyes

We first heard about Starry Eyes in March when it added The Innkeepers' Pat Healy to the cast, and it looks like the flick is on the fast-track as word from Cannes today is that production is as of now under way on the Hollywood-set occult tale. Here are more details and the first still.

Peter Block and Matthew Currie Holmes Check into the P5ych Ward at Cannes

Who doesn't love movies that take place in loony bins? Psychos are just fun to be around, man. Psychos on the loose are even better! Anything can and will happen. Good thing for us fellow nuts that P5ych is on its way!

The Vatican Tapes Set to Sell Quickly at Cannes

Some quick news is coming in from the Cannes Film Market that must be music to both Lionsgate's and Lakeshore Entertainment's ears. It sounds as if The Vatican Tapes is poised to be a rather hot property at the big dance!

The Tell Tale Heart Keeps Beating at Cannes

Another spin on the classic and truly twisted Edgar Allan Poe tale The Tell Tale Heart will be causing a stir at this year's Cannes Film Market, and we have the trailer and sales art for you right here. Dig it!

Warner Bros. Acquires Ryan Gosling's How to Catch a Monster Pre-Cannes 2013

The 2013 Cannes Film Festival and Market hasn't even officially begun yet, but already a deal is closing for Ryan Gosling's How to Catch a Monster as Warner Bros. grabs U.S. rights to the film, which is shooting now.