Memento Films Intl. and its art film label Artscope have sold Alejandro Fadel's Cannes Critics' Week prize-winner "The Wild Ones" to Independencia in France.
Attached to direct Working Title's India-set "Six Suspects," Pablo Trapero ("Carancho," "White Elephant"), one of Latin America's most successful young directors, is prepping a second crime movie.
Warner Bros. Pictures has acquired pan-Latin American rights to Mexican Gaz Alazraki's "The Noble Family," a social satire produced by Leonardo Zimbron for top Mexican production house Filmadora…
Already Latin America's biggest film market, Ventana Sur has just got bigger.
Four years after she made headlines by being selected by Martin Scorsese for the Rolex Mentor and Protege Arts Initiative, Argentina's Celina Murga ("A Week Alone") will go into production Dec. 14 on…
E.U. new talent initiative Eye on Films is joining the lengthening list of companies and institutions powering up a Latin America presence.
Creating a powerful new Latin American player, Hollywood's IM Global and Mexico and L.A.'s Canana, headed by Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna and Pablo Cruz, are teaming to launch Mundial.
Building for even more growth, Euro film-TV group Studiocanal has extended its slate financing deal with London-based Anton Capital Entertainment through the beginning of 2016.
"The Body," Sony's big Spanish bet for Christmas and the latest film from "The Orphanage" producer Rodar y Rodar, has rolled out major sales abroad.
MADRID -- Benjamin Avila's "Clandestine Childhood" won a Golden Columbus on Saturday at Andalusia's 38th Huelva Ibero-American Film Festival, one of Europe's top Latin American pic showcases.
Jose Luis Borau, one of the founding fathers of modern Spanish cinema, died Friday at the age of 83, two years after a debilitating throat cancer operation.