Europe's digital cinema makeover has taken off rapidly, overtaking theater conversions in the U.S.
Exhibitors, distributors and public-sector decision-makers will huddle in Barcelona from Friday to analyze one of Europe's biggest movie challenges: the digital makeover of its indie cinema theaters.
Spain will host the European Cultural Industries Forum March 29-30 in Barcelona, the biggest cultural congress to be held during the country's six-month European Union presidency.
Galician production house Artefacto Producciones has linked with L.A.-based Tricoast Worldwide for one of the last pieces of financing on "O Apostolo," a pioneering European stereoscopic 3D…
Versus Entertainment, producer of Rodrigo Cortes' Sundance hit "Buried," has taken Spanish rights to "Guest," the upcoming film from cult Spanish director Jose Luis Guerin.
Carlos Reygadas ("Silent Light"), the lynchpin of a new generation of Mexican directors, is prepping his next feature, "Post Tenebras Lux."
Canana Films, the Mexican producer-distributor shingle of Pablo Cruz, Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna, is creating a genre distribution label, Tangente.
Daniel Monzon's breakout Spanish hit "Cell 211" swept three of the four top prizes.
Mexico's multipart "Revolucion," which unspools as a Berlinale Special, world preems today, 100 years after the start of the Mexican Revolution. Celluloid Dreams has taken worldwide rights.
More than 70% of cinema screens in Catalonia, one of the richest regions in Spain, were dark Monday as exhibitors staged a one-day strike in protest against the regional government's move to force…