Talent-to-track Oscar Ruiz Navia, director of Colombia's first ever Oscar candidate, ''Crab Trap,'' is teaming with Mexico's Tiburon Films to produce ''The Towrope,'' the feature debut of ''Crab…
Viggo Mortensen starrer "Everyone Has a Plan," Daniel Burman's latest, "All In," and "The Quispe Girls," from Pablo and Juan de Dios Larrain's Fabula, are among 29 co-productions receiving coin from…
French thesp Gerard Depardieu will receive the third Prix Lumiere at October's Lumiere 2011 Grand Lyon Film Festival.
Vicente Canales' Film Factory has licensed "Primos" (Cousinhood) to Japan's Only Hearts.
Woody Allen's "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger," which is a co-production between Spain's Mediapro and Letty Aronson's New York-based Gravier Productions, was the highest-grossing Spanish film…
Jean-Pierre Gardelli's Bodega Films has licensed all French rights to Carlos Saura's "Flamenco, Flamenco."
Paris-based Les Films Singuliers has taken all French rights to Lluis Galter's feature debut "Caracremada," a fiction film with a near-documentary edge set high in the Catalan sierra.
Few companies made a larger splash at early June's Annecy Animation Festival than Japan's Toei Animation.
"Jose y Pilar," which was produced by Pedro and Agustin Almodovar's El Deseo, Fernando Mereilles' 02 Filmes and Portugal's JumpCut, has been sold to Italy's Feltrinelli and Mexico's Plan B.
Madrid-based consortium Latido Films has initiated international sales on Argentine smash hit "Chinese Take-Away" closing Germany with Ascot Elite Ent., and Italy with Archibald Enterprise Film.
Joann Sfar and Antoine Delesvaux's "The Rabbi's Cat" won the best-feature Crystal at the 2011 Annecy Animated Intl. Film Festival.