Victor Gaviria's "La Hora de los traidores," and "Jean Gentil," from Laura Guzman and Israel Cardenas, are among 26 co-productions that have pulled down coin from Ibermedia, the Madrid-based…
The Huelva Film Festival, which wrapped Saturday, underscored both the strength of Latin American filmmaking and the vital role such events play in the foreign-language pic biz.
Unspooling just nine miles from the Andalusian port of Palos de Frontera, from which Christopher Columbus set sail in 1492, the Huelva Ibero-American Festival also looks West and this year is…
Running Nov. 20-22, Huelva's ninth Ibero-American Co-Production Forum sees largely Latin American producers pitching Spanish broadcasters and potential co-production partners for coin.
Five first-time Latino filmmakers will compete at the 34th Huelva Ibero-American Film Festival, Spain's largest confab for films from Latin America, Spain and Portugal.
Jennifer Lynch's thriller "Surveillance" nabbed the main nod at the 41st Sitges Intl. Film Festival of Catalonia, Europe's biggest fantasy film fest, which wrapped Sunday (Oct. 12).
Zip Films will produce helmer Jo Sol's "Fake Orgasm," a $1.3 million documentary about why people feign pleasure.
Jose Manuel Lorenzo's Madrid-based Boomerang Cine, which co-produced Nicolas Lopez's Austin Fantastic Fest winner "Santos," will re-up with Lopez on "Providencia."
Europe's largest genre moviethon, the Sitges Film Festival, got a shot of adrenalin this weekend from a pair of Spanish-language pics, "Sexy Killer" and "Santos."
One of Catalonia's most promising young filmmakers, Isaki Lacuesta, is to direct "The Condemned," his first full fiction feature. Rolling year end, film will shoot in Spain and Argentina.
In its 41st edition, Europe's largest genre movie event, the Sitges Intl. Film Festival, shows no signs of age. To the contrary, insists fest director Angel Sala, "Genre films are in excellent…