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.
New Barcelona-based distribution house Paco Poch Cinema has closed Spanish rights to Bela Tarr's Berlin Jury Grand Prix winner ''The Turin Horse,'' Mia Hansen-Love's ''Goodbye First Love'' and…
Martin Scorsese's music doc "George Harrison: Living in the Material World," an HBO pickup, will make its international preem at the 59th San Sebastian Film Festival as part of fest's Zabaltegi…
The world premiere of French comedy "Untouchable" will close the 59th San Sebastian Film Festival.
The San Sebastian Film Festival, the biggest movie event in the Spanish-speaking world, has announced its strongest Spanish pic presence in years.
Helmer Agusti Villaronga ("In a Glass Cage," "The Sea") has won Spain's National Cinema Prize, awarded by the ICAA Spanish Film Institute.
Chilean Matias Lira's Productora Ocio is linking with Diafragma Fabrica de Peliculas, the Bogota shingle of producer Daniel Garcia and helmer Ruben Mendoza ("The Stoplight Society"), to produce…
After a seven-month stand-off, the Hollywood studios and the new government of Catalonia, one of Spain's richest regions, have inked a peace pact over the thorny issue of dubbing studio pics into the…
BARCELONA -- Paris-based Urban Factory, Peru's Maretazo Cine and Carlos Reygadas' Mexico-based No Dreams Cinema are teaming to produce black comedy "El Mudo," Daniel and Diego Vega's followup to…