Mexico-based Paula Markovitch is attached to direct her feature film debut "El premio," a co-production between Mexico's Cacao Films, Argentina's Magma Cine and France's Mille et Une Productions.
In a significant addition to Spain's movie production sector, Antonia Nava and Sagrario Santorum have created Nava Entertainment, a Barcelona-based international production, directors' management and…
The Sitges Film Festival rounded its first bend over the weekend with a clutch of appreciated titles, led by "REC 2," and "Celda 211" (Cell 211).
It is 1808. Along the jagged limestone sierra outside Barcelona, Bruc, a Catalan drummer lad, squints cautiously up at Montserrat's cliffs. Napoleon Bonaparte has dispatched thousands of troops to…
Twenty of the bigger Catalan films currently in production, including budgets.
Horrific times haven't hurt horror films yet, says Angel Sala. And he should know. As director of Sitges' Intl. Film Festival of Catalonia, Sala oversees Europe's biggest genre confab, a mix of gore…
Barcelona-based Escandalo is teaming with Tarantula in France and Switzerland to co-produce "Eva," toplining German-Catalan thesp Daniel Bruehl ("Inglourious Basterds").
Helmer Bigas Luna will shoot 'D D Hollywood,' toplining Elsa Pataky and Peter Coyote.
The San Sebastian Festival has created a new section: the Zinemira-Basque Film Showcase.
The 57th San Sebastian Festival will be bookended by two North American films.
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.