Two Spanish movies are rewriting recent B.O. record books in the territory.
Four first films and five second ones feature in the 12-title competish lineup of the 35th Huelva Ibero-American Film Festival.
"Harragas," an immigration drama helmed by Algeria's Merzak Allouache, won the Golden Palm Tree and E40,000 ($60,000) at the 30th Valencia Mostra, which wrapped Saturday.
Woody Allen's London-set movie "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger" will be co-produced by Antena 3 Films, the pic production arm of Spanish broadcaster Antena 3.
Spanish brothers David and Alex Pastor, who helmed "Carriers" for Paramount Vantage, are attached to direct their sophomore feature, U.S. thriller "Strange, But True."
Miguel Albaladejo's corrosive comedy "Born to Suffer" and Costa Gavra's immigration tale "Eden Is West" proved early highlights at a re-booted 30th Valencia Mostra, in its first year under director…
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Spanish writer-helmers Luis Piedrahita and Rodrigo Sopena ("Fermat's Room") are set to direct their sophomore feature, bank-heist thriller "Golpe de efecto."
Alejandro Amenabar's Roman-Egypt epic "Agora" has become this year's highest-grossing local film in Spain -- taking E7 million ($10.3 million) in just four days.
Duncan Jones' sci-fi tale "Moon" swept the 42nd Sitges Film Festival of Catalonia, nabbing among top kudos best picture, actor (Sam Rockwell) and screenplay (Nathan Parker).
Danish auteur Lars von Trier's next feature film will be "Melancholia," a psychological drama-cum-disaster movie.