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…
Xavier Beauvois' "Of Gods and Men" leads the race for Gaul's Cesar Awards, announced Friday by the French Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Bulwarked by 3D blockbusters, led by "Avatar," total 2010 box office in Spain was the third best in a decade, punching about Euros 655 million ($873.8 million), just 3% down on 2009, according to…
Keeping the market going after everyone has gone home, website Cinando uses digital media to help busy film buyers play catch-up.
In early Xmas gifts, "Painless," "Second Origin," "La maquina del mon" and "Snowflake" have all pulled down super-subsidies, worth about $2 million a movie, from the Catalan government and pubcaster…
Is there still a Latin American word for crisis?
The 2nd Ventana Sur market, which wrapped Monday, was a bracing testament to the growing empowerment of the Latin American film industry.
In a welcome boost for sales agents and buyers, Brazilian film agency Cinema do Brasil is renewing for a third year its foreign distributors' prints and advertising fund.
Films take top honors at Latin America's premiere docu event
Jacques Bidou's Paris-based JBA Production is reteaming with Argentine helmer Pablo Aguero for "Evita," with Aguero writing and directing.
BARCELONA -- Maja Zimmermann's Munich-based Motivo Films has teamed with Colombian Jorg Hiller and Gustavo Pazmin's Tonal Ent. on period adventure movie "Arijuna."