Seven Spanish films debut in major sections across the 46th Sitges Fantastic Fest, Europe's biggest fantasy and genre event, and all but one are in English.
RIO DE JANEIRO – Monica Lozano's Mexico City-based Alebrije Cine y Video, the producer behind U.S./Mexico B.O. phenom "Instructions Not Included," is teaming with Walkiria Barbosa's Total Filmes in…
New Barcelona-based shingle Get in the Picture Prods. is teaming with Turkey's Mantar Film to produce "The Bride," the sophomore outing of Paula Ortiz, whose "Chrysalis" was one of Spain most notable…
Veteran producer Teresa Enrich has been tapped as director of the Catalan Institute of Cultural Companies (ICEC), which runs Spain's biggest regional film fund.
"The Green Inferno," which begins lensing in New York on Nov. 4, isn't just Eli Roth's first film as a director since 2007's "Hostel: Part II."
SITGES -- Leos Carax's surrealistic dramedy "Holy Motors" swept Catalonia's 45th Sitges Festival awards Saturday, collecting film, director and Sitges' Critics and Silver Melies Awards.
SITGES, Spain -- Luis de Val's Barcelona-based Media Films will produce "A bordo" (On Board), the film debut of commercials directors Roger and Hugo Menduina.
SITGES -- Spain's Gondola Films has boarded "What About Love," a romantic drama starring Sharon Stone, Andy Garcia and Marielle Jaffe.
SITGES -- In now near-hallowed tradition, the 45th Sitges Film Festival opened Thursday with one of the biggest Spanish genre films of the year: Oriol Paulo's "The Body," from Barcelona's Rodar y…
Genre auteurs show the way through industry's rampant recession
If one regional pubcaster in Spain can withstand swingeing state budget cuts, it's Televisio de Catalunya (TVC).
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