Having co-produced Sundance Festival Jury Prize winner "Violeta Went to Heaven," Brazil's Bossa Nova Films and Chile's Wood Prods. are re-teaming on "The Santo Amaro Circus."
Fabula, producer of Sony Pictures Classics' Chilean Oscar foreign-language nominee "No" and Berlin competition player "Gloria," is making its first toon feature, "Homeless," a spinoff from its…
Cohen Media Group has closed U.S. distribution on Emmanuelle Bercot's Catherine Deneuve starrer "On My Way" ahead of its Berlin competition world premiere Friday.
Rufus Sewell will star in child abuse drama "Helen," Irish writer-director Virginia Gilbert's sophomore pic.
Madrid's Media Business School, one of Europe's leading film-TV biz training orgs, is launching a new initiative: Audiovisual Strategic Business Planning.
Spain's Wanda Films has acquired all Spanish rights to Armando Bo's Sundance player "The Last Elvis," produced by Paul Green at Anonymous Content, Bo's Rebolucion and Argentina's K & S.
Chilean helmer Cristian Jimenez, one of the emerging voices of Latin American cinema, is following up Cannes' Un Certain Regard player "Bonsai" with "Voice Over," a dramatic dissection of a…
Spaniard Enrique Gato will direct 3D "Capture the Flag," the biggest animated feature coming out of Spain this year, reuniting producers and talent from toon hit "Tad, the Lost Explorer," Gato's…
Adding to its trove of mainstream Spanish movies — “Unit 7,” “I Want You,” “Three Steps Above Heaven” — Russia’s Carmen Films has moved to buy Fernando Colomo’s period comedy “Picasso’s Gang” from…
When Jerome Seydoux, the scion of the Seydoux-Schlumberger industrial empire, bought Pathe in 1990, he helped not only to modernize Europe's oldest film company, but also to internationalize France's…
Martin Scorsese and Luc Besson are collaborating on “Malavita,” from EuropaCorp and Relativity, starring Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Tommy Lee Jones. Besson helms the actioner. Scorsese…