SAN SEBASTIAN -- Spain's Telecinco Cinema, a driving force behind some of the most ambitious films that have come out of Europe of late -- think "Che," "Agora" and "The Impossible" -- has set its…
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Elena Anaya ("The Skin I Live In"), Valeria Bertuccelli ("A Boyfriend For My Wife") and Esteban Lamothe ("The Student") will topline "I Thought It Was a Party," directed by…
SAN SEBASTIAN -- In the third announced pick-up at this year's San Sebastian fest, Paris-based Films Distribution has acquired international rights outside Israel to "Six Acts," which world preems…
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Moroccan Hassan Legzouli's "The Golden Calf" and Egyptian Ahmed Nour's "Waves" shared top honors Monday night at San Sebastian's 8th Cinema in Motion pix-in-post showcase.
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Mexico's Film Tank and Spain's Tornasol Films are moving forward on "The Day Horses Cried," with Nicolas Pereda ("Summer of Goliath") attached to direct.
Helmer-scribe Juanma Bajo Ulloa, a San Sebastian Golden Shell winner with "Butterfly Wings," is prepping his English-language debut, psychological thriller "El Mal."
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Having won critical praise and B.O. with "The Girl of Your Dreams," Fernando Trueba and Penelope Cruz will reteam on comedy "La reina de Espana."
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.