SAN SEBASTIAN -- Marie Losier's "The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye," Frederick Wiseman "Crazy Horse" and Evan Godell's "Bellflower" will compete in the Mapfre Foundation's 3rd 4 + 1 Film Festival.
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Benicio Del Toro and U.S. producer Laura Bickford, partners on "Traffic" and "Che," are teaming on "How the Light Gets In," a contemporary love story set at four hotels in New York…
Latin American, U.S. influx add zest to fest.
Maybe it's the zeitgeist.
Sectors of the biz are showing strong resilience despite the bad times
SAN SEBASTIAN -- The increasingly competitive world of Spanish and Portuguese-language film sales has gained a new player: Alpha Violet.
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Demonstrating ample range and continued commitment to Spain, Paris bank Natixis Coficine, Europe's largest film lender, has closed financing deals on Mar Coll's "El desconcert"…
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Film festival milestones don't always coincide with great editions, but the 60th San Sebastian, which opened Friday with "Arbitrage," looks like it may well prove an exception.
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Opening San Sebastian's Horizontes Latinos Friday, Benjamin Avila's "Clandestine Childhood" has achieved one of the biggest goals for any Latin American film: Sales to most of Latin…
SAN SEBASTIAN -- In a preemptive buy on one of San Sebastian's potentially notable Latin American world premieres, L.A.-based FiGa has acquired worldwide rights outside Chile, France and Germany to…