Imagina Intl. Sales, Spain's top TV/movie saleshouse, has acquired international rights to historical skein "Ermessenda, Queen of Kings," which scored this week the best perf ever for a local…
French helmer Jacques Demy will receive a retrospective at next September's 59th San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival.
Cristian Jimenez's "Bonsai" and Julia Murat's "Historias que so existem quando lembradas" are among six films at the 19th Films in Progress, hosted by Toulouse's Rencontres Cinemas d'Amerique Latine.
Santiago Segura's "Torrente 4: Lethal Crisis" ran up the biggest-ever opening for a Spanish film on home turf, grossing Euros8.4 million ($11.6 million) over last weekend.
Adding another chapter to Spain's "A Serbian Film" saga, the Barcelona public prosecutor has lodged a complaint against Sitges festival director Angel Sala, accusing him of screening child…
Zentropa has moved into toon production in Spain backing "Vlogger," the film debut of Ricard Gras, a pioneer in vidgame animation and the creation of virtual worlds.
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.