Tom Fernandez's ecologist drama "What's a Bear For?" will open the 14th Malaga Spanish Film Festival. Closer is Maxi Valero's directorial debut "El hombre de las mariposas," turning on an old Soviet…
"Pescador" and "Dust," the latest films from up-and-coming Latin American directors Sebastian Cordero and Juan Hernandez Cordon, will be presented at the Miami Intl. Film Festival's Encuentros.
Prolific prize poacher Luis Minarro has won the City of Barcelona Prize in its film category.
France's Ajoz Films has teamed with Spain's Tormenta Films, Maestranza Films and Zircocine to produce adventure story and political thriller "Operacion E," to be helmed by Miguel Courtois.
Agusti Villaronga's "Black Bread" grabbed main kudos, including film, director and actress (Nora Navas) Sunday night at the 25th Spanish Academy Goya Awards, Spain's equivalent of the Oscars.
Germany's Match Factory has picked up all international rights to Spanish Civil War drama "La voz dormida."
Barcelona's Rodar y Rodar is teaming with Sony to make Spain's first 3D genre film.
"Blackthorn," the Spanish-backed reprise of the Butch Cassidy story, has sold to Bac Films for France after sealing a Spanish deal.
Barcelona-based Film Factory has acquired international sales rights to two sought-after Spanish genre productions: "Animals," with Martin Freeman, and "Blind Alley," the directorial debut of…
In the run-up to the Berlin festival, Wild Bunch, the Gallic sales, distribution and production powerhouse, has added three unannounced films to its sales slate.
Felix Riera, a TV producer and academic, has been tapped as director of the Catalan Institute for Cultural Industries (ICIC), the governmental film board of Catalonia, one of Europe's most active…