Beto Brant and Renato Ciasca's steamy melodrama, "I'd Receive the Worst News From Your Beautiful Lips," won the top Golden Colombus Saturday at Andalusia's 37th Huelva Ibero-American Festival.
Colombia's Carlos Moreno, director of Sundance Fest players "Dog Eat Dog" and "All You Dead Ones," is attached to direct "Lost Wolves."
Three Colombian projects -- "Lost Wolves," "Arijuna -- White Men" and "Virgin exotica" -- proved to be among the most popular projects at the 12th Huelva Co-Production Forum, which wrapped Friday.
Ruben Mendoza ("The Stoplight Society"), a leading light of Colombia's new wave of young helmers, is set to direct his third feature, "Tierra en la lengua" (Dust on the Tongue).
Mexico City-based Interior 13 Cine is producing tragic comedy "Greatest Hits," helmed by Mexican Nicolas Pereda, whose "Summer of Goliath" topped Venice Horizons in 2010.
Argentina's Santiago Mitre is preparing his second directorial outing, political thriller "La llanura" (The Plain).
Swedish helmer-scribe Ruben Ostlund is prepping "Tourist," his follow-up to breakthrough hit "Play."
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