Consolidating yet further its reputation as Spain's prime port of call for genre pictures, Barcelona-based Filmax Intl. continues to carve out partnerships with premier young Spanish production…
Mar Coll's "Three Days With the Family," Oskar Santos' "For the Good of Others" and Miguel Albaladejo's "Born to Suffer" look like potential standouts at next week's 5th Madrid de Cine-Spanish Film…
Medieval epic "Captain Thunder and the Holy Grail," one of the biggest pic projects coming out of Spain's third biggest city of Valencia, will shoot in stereoscopic 3D, according to producers Maltes…
Warner Bros. has taken Spain's rights to Daniel Sanchez Arevalo's comedy "Primos."
Andrew Herwitz's Film Sales Co. has acquired worldwide rights outside Spain and U.K. to Edmon Roch's directorial debut "Garbo: The Spy," a standout Spanish documentary feature of the last 12 months.
Diego Luna ("Milk," "Y tu mama tambien") has seen "Abel," his fiction feature directorial debut, break records for a platform release in his native Mexico.
Rodar y Rodar, which produced "The Orphanage" and "Julia's Eyes" with Guillermo del Toro, is teaming with Canada's Rue Morgue Cinema on "Cut Throats Nine."
Zentropa Spain, the Spanish arm of Lars von Trier's Zentropa Entertainment that launched in September, has greenlit its first feature, "Tasting Menu," a gastronomic ensemble comedy.
Spain's fertile filmmaking ground has nurtured a crop of creatives producing innovative work in animation, shorts, features, docus, cinematography and film composing.
Havana's 5ta Avenida Producciones is teaming with Seville's La Zanfona Producciones to produce "Juan de los Muertos" (Juan of the Dead), a groundbreaking Cuban zombie film, and part of a growing…
Under new management, Spain's Valencia Festival, one of the country's biggest sprocket operas, is changing gear, revving up as an action and adventure movie film meet.