Guido Rud's Buenos Aires-based FilmSharks Intl. has acquired worldwide rights outside Scandinavia to Finnish pic "Hella W."
Producer Mariana Secco and writer-director Alvaro Brechner, two key figures in Uruguay's burgeoning production scene, are teaming on "Kaplan."
Fabula, the ever more active production house of director Pablo Larrain ("Post Mortem") and brother Juan de Dios Larrain, is producing "Young and Wild," the feature film debut of Marialy Rivas.
Mexican Javier Fernando Leon's "Zebra," Julio Hernandez Cordon's "Dust" and "Sergeant Matacho," from Colombia's William Gonzalez, all unspool at the 5th Guadalajara Construye.
L.A.-based The Collective/Salient Media has taken all North American rights to Argentine Nicolas Goldbart's "Phase 7," sold worldwide by Berlin-based M-Appeal.
Spanish sales company Film Factory Ent. has entered the TV distribution arena, picking up international rights to Jorge Sanchez-Cabezudo's TV skein "Crematorium," a withering social portrait of…
Ranging from pics already creating noise to those in the planning stages, these 10 films are generating the most buzz in Mexico and several are on their way to Guadalajara, Cannes and beyond. "POST…
Renny Harlin, a director who set the bar for Hollywood action adventure with "Cliffhanger" and "Die Hard 2," will receive a career retrospective-tribute at the 32nd Mostra de Valencia Intl. Action…
Santiago Segura's "Torrente 4: Lethal Crisis" ran up the biggest-ever opening for a Spanish film on home turf, grossing Euros8.4 million ($11.6 million) over last weekend.
The trend that emerged at France's recent Cartoon Movie co-production mart has nothing to do with kidpics.
Mohamed Al-Daradji's "The Train Station," Daniel and Diego Vega's "El Mudo" and Deniz Erguven's "Kings" figure among 15 projects selected for the Cannes Film Festival's 6th Cinefondation Atelier.