Nava’s Barcelona-based Nava Entertainment will produce with Telespan 2000 and Serra’s Basque shingle Sayaka Prods., which is a subsid of Arsenico Prods. Nava will exec produce.
In “Perros,” a teen gangster flees south with his gang after a Barcelona bank heist. Double-crossed and abandoned in the middle of nowhere, he joins forces with a family to battle a zombie outbreak, sparked by the locals’ consumption of adulterated rapeseed oil.
Serra co-wrote “Perros” with Carlos Garcia Miranda, who penned hit TV skein “El internado.” Pic stars Spanish heartthrob Hugo Silva.
A teaser will unspool at the Catalan Screenings in Paris, which runs Thursday and Friday.
Nava said “Perros” plays like “From Dusk Till Dawn” meets Spanish B-movies — especially the 1970s-80s sub-genre of “quinqui” movies, featuring teen mop-haired, drug-addled criminals.
Nava was previously director of international at Spanish production-distrib Filmax
Her exec producer credits include Brad Anderson’s “The Machinist” and “Transsiberian,” Jaume Balaguero’s “Fragile” and “Backwoods.”