The San Sebastian Film Festival, the biggest movie event in the Spanish-speaking world, has announced its strongest Spanish pic presence in years.
Paris-based Funny Balloons has taken worldwide rights outside Chile to "The Year of the Tiger," the third film from Chile's Sebastian Lelio ("Sagrada Familia," "Navidad").
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Sarah Polley's ''Take This Waltz,'' Terence Davies' ''The Deep Blue Sea'' and Julie Delpy's ''Skylab'' will compete at the 59th San Sebastian Film Festival, the first under new director Jose Luis…
Actress-filmmaker Daphna Kastner ("Julia Has Two Lovers," "French Exit") and husband Harvey Keitel are teaming for romantic drama "Holiday in Mallorca," Kastner's follow up as a writer-helmer to…
Paris-based Distrib Films has taken French theatrical rights to psychological thriller "Insensibles," the debut of Spaniard Juan Carlos Medina for release in fall 2012.
Chris Dodd, the new prexy of the Motion Picture Assn. of America, slipped easily into his role as ambassador of Hollywood to the rest of the world Tuesday expressing his solidarity with Spain's…
New York's D Street Media is entering Brazil.
Disney has picked up Spanish animation producer BRB Intl.'s 3D toon series "Zoobabu," a guessing-game, for Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's "Intruders," toplining Clive Owen, Carice van Houten, Daniel Bruhl and Pilar Lopez-Ayala and Kerry Fox, will open the 59th San Sebastian Festival, the biggest film meet in…
Hispano Fox Film, Fox's sub-branch distributor in Spain, has taken Spanish theatrical rights to Javier Ruiz Caldera's ''Promocion Fantasma'' (Ghost Graduation), a high-school ghost comedy.