In a rare consensus between local critics and a festival jury in Spain, Mexican Francisco Vargas Quevedo's "El violin" took the film award at the 32nd Huelva Ibero-American Film Festival, which…
Talk about magic mushrooms. Catalonia, Spain's richest region, is spacing out on docuseries "Cacadors de bolets" (Mushroom Hunters) that shows people, well, hunting for mushrooms.
As the 32nd Huelva Ibero-American Film Festival headed into its final stretch, Francisco Vargas' "The Violin," Jorge Duran's "Forbidden to Forbid" and Juan Carlos Valdivia's "American Visa" figured…
Maria Jose Solera's Art Mood, one of Spain's up-and-coming indie distribution houses, has taken Spanish rights to three titles: "Bella," "Princess" and "Boudu."
Top Spanish distribution and sales company Sogepaq has acquired international rights to the improbably titled comedy-musical "Por que se frotan las patitas?" (literally, Why Do They Rub Their Little…
Optimism and new ambition reigned at Huelva's 7th Ibero-American Co-Production Forum, which wrapped Tuesday.
"La Senal," the film Argentine helmer-scribe Eduardo Mignogna ("The Wind," "The Escape") had in pre-production when he died Oct. 6, will see the light of day.
"La Senal," the film project that Argentinean helmer-scribe Eduardo Mignogna ("The Wind," "The Escape") had in pre-production when he died suddenly Oct. 6, will see the light of day.
Henry Winterstein's production, distribution and international sales company First Look Studios has taken North American distribution rights to Daniel Monzon's English-language psychological thriller…
Jesus Polanco, founder and prexy of Prisa, Spain's biggest media company, has named his son, Ignacio Polanco Moreno, as his successor.
Adding to its trophy trawl, Elisabeth Scharang's "Mein Morder" (My Murderer) took best TV film at the 4th ZoomIgualada European TV Movies Festival, which wrapped Sunday.