Two pics by Argentine helmers, Diego Lerman's "Moral Sciences" and Marcelo Pineyro's "Thursday's Widows," are among 26 co-productions that have pulled down incentives from Ibermedia.
Manoel de Oliveira is to start shooting his next pic "The Strange Case of Angelica" in December, when he turns 101 years old.
Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza's "Rec 2" will open the 42nd Sitges Intl. Film Festival of Catalonia, Europe's biggest genre pic devotee confab.
"Private Lessons," from Belgian writer-director Joachim Lafosse ("Private Property"), took the Golden Moon for film at Valencia's 24th Cinema Jove Film Festival, which wrapped Saturday.
George Ovashvili's "The Other Bank" took the top Golden Alhambra at the 3rd Granada Film Festival Cines del Sur, which wrapped Saturday. The kudo comes with a check for Euros50,000 ($69,252) for the…
Joaquin Oristrell will direct "Ados," a teen comedy designed to feed Spain's growing appetite for local laffers.
Spain's Massa d'Or Productions is teaming with France's PJ Production to co-produce "Pa negre," the next film from Catalan auteur Agusti Villaronga ("In a Glass Cage," "The Sea").
Strengthening a nascent France-Spain genre pic axis, France's Talal Selhami is teaming with Barcelona's Martin Samper on bogeyman chiller "The Carnival of Illusions," one of the latest additions to…
"The Art of Stealing," from Leonel Vieira, one of Portugal's most prominent young helmer-producers, will open the 24th Cinema Jove Intl. Film Festival, Spain's biggest summer sprocket opera.
Argentina's splendid vineyards might have helped, but Francis Ford Coppola had multiple other reasons to shoot Cannes Directors' Fortnight opener "Tetro" there.