Kevin Iwashina and Ross Dinerstein's Preferred Content will represent North American distribution rights on Trisha Ziff's "The Mexican Suitcase."
A new Spanish player is stepping into the arena of international feature film sales this weekend with the launch of a high-profile Mexican pic at the San Sebastian Film Festival.
Pedro Almodovar's "The Skin I Live In" has made the Spanish Academy's three-film shortlist for its foreign-language Oscar contender.
Indie film distrib Vertice Cine has acquired Spanish theatrical and home entertainment rights to Dominik Moll's 18th Century-set thriller "The Monk," starring Gallic thesp Vincent Cassel.
Spanish sales house Film Factory Entertainment has nabbed worldwide sales rights to Jorge Torregrossa's debut "Fin" (The End).
Barcelona-based Escandalo Films will produce "Puzzlement" -- a working title -- the sophomore outing of Mar Coll ("Three Days With the Family").
France's Capricci Films has taken French and international rights to helmer Pere Vila's "The Stoning of Saint Stephen."
Vicente Canales' Film Factory Ent. has picked up international rights to "Puzzled Love," a 13-part love story produced by Escandalo Films.
Brazilian Marcelo Gomes' "Once Upon a Time Veronica" and Chilean Marialy Rivas' "Young and Wild" will unspool in San Sebastian Films in Progress, a films at rough cut showcase.
Gerardo Naranjo's "Miss Bala," "Swirl," from Brazil's Clarissa Campolina and Helvecio Marins, and Chilean Christian Jimenez's "Bonsai" will compete in San Sebastian Film Festival's Horizontes Latinos…
Appearing out of the blue, Kim Ki-duk's latest feature, "Amen," will world preem at September's San Sebastian Film Festival.