MADRID -- A low-budget mockumentary hit about an indomitable Seville matriach, "Carmina o revienta," has become the first Spanish film released day-and-date theatrically, on DVD and on VOD.
MADRID -- Warner Bros. Pictures Intl. Espana has acquired Spanish theatrical and video rights to helmer Daniel Sanchez Arevalo's ensemble comedy "La gran familia Espanola."
MADRID -- Argentina's Martin Mauregui, a co-scribe on Pablo Trapero "Lion's Den," "Carancho" and "White Elephant," is prepping his directorial debut, "1922."
MADRID -- Spain's 4-0 thrashing of Italy Sunday brought down the curtain on an UEFA Euro 2012 soccer tournament underscoring that live sports remain the TV ratings king.
The 38th Deauville American Film Festival will pay tribute to U.S. producer Paula Wagner.
Edouard Waintrop has been re-upped for a second year as artistic director of Cannes' Directors' Fortnight.
PARIS -- Luc Besson is to write and direct an English-language, live-action adaptation of the sci-fi comicbook series "Valerian."
After two years of losses, Luc Besson's EuropaCorp hit breakeven for the financial year ended March 31, posting a €100,000 ($124,600) net profit.
Vivendi chief exec Jean-Bernard Levy is set to step down after a disagreement with the board of the French media and telco conglom over strategy. Jean-Francois Dubos, Vivendi's general counsel, will…
MADRID -- Luis Tosar ("Miami Vice") will star in "El Nino," a Gibraltar Straits-set action thriller that is one of the biggest Spanish films prepping production for 2013.
MADRID -- New U.S. indie distrib Artsploitation Films has closed all U.S. rights on "Vanishing Waves," a sci-fi romance helmed by Lithuania's Kristina Buozyte, and sold by Matteo Lovadina's Reel…