As Warner Bros.' "The Impossible" smashes B.O. records in Spain, its government is set to launch a full-scale makeover of its state film incentive and tax shelters, establishing production parameters…
Sergi Lopez, one of Spain's top character actors, has joined Mario Casas and Victoria Abril for "Ismael," a family melodrama from Marcelo Pinyero ("The Method").
DeAPlaneta Intl. has boarded "Three-60," a thriller from first-time director Alejandro Ezcurdia that marks a collaboration of some of the most successful -- and weightiest -- players in the Spanish…
Chile's Fabula, the company behind Pablo Larrain's Cannes-winner "No," a Sony Pictures Classics U.S. pick-up, has a new film moving towards production, "La Princesita," Marialy Rivas' follow-up to…
"The Artist and the Model," Fernando Trueba's follow-up to the Oscar-nommed animation feature "Chico & Rita," continues to roll out foreign sales, having closed Germany and Austria with Camino and…
FilmSharks Intl. has taken Latin American rights to "The Second Death," the latest film from Buenos Aires' Magma Cine, one of Latin America's fastest-growing production houses.
France's Synergy Cinema has closed all French rights to Juan Carlos Meneglia and Tana Schembori's "7 Boxes," making the singular chase caper movie one of Paraguay's first movies to break out to…
Mexico City and L.A.-based Canana will produce "Paraiso," the second film by Mariana Chenillo whose debut "5 Days Without Nora" marked her as one of most interesting commercial helmers working in…
Proving there is an upbeat sales life beyond the U.S. for select Sundance titles, "Hello I Must Be Going" has begun to roll out licensing deals outside the U.S.
Buenos Aires-based FilmSharks Intl. has secured international rights to thriller "Let Me Survive," the latest film from producer-director Eduardo Rossoff ("The Debt").
Gael Garcia Bernal and Alice Braga are set for "The Ardor," a modern tale of survival and revenge which marks Argentinean Pablo Fendrik's follow-up to Cannes Critics' Week hit "Blood Appears."