Countries are rushing to get their foreign-language film Oscar entries into the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences before Thursday's 5 p.m. PT deadline.
Salvador Garcia Ruiz's "Castillos de carton" (Paper Castles), Vicente Aranda's "Luna caliente" and Adan Aliaga's "Estigmas" will world preem at the Valladolid Film Festival.
Fernando Trueba's "The Dancer and the Thief" has been chosen as Spain's foreign-language Oscar contender.
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Koldo Zuazua will produce the next film by Miguel Angel Jimenez, whose "Ori" (Two) world preemed Thursday at San Sebastian in the Zabaltegi-New Directors section.
"City of Life and Death," from mainland Chinese writer-director Lu Chuan, won the Golden Shell at the 57th San Sebastian Film Festival.
It is 1808. Along the jagged limestone sierra outside Barcelona, Bruc, a Catalan drummer lad, squints cautiously up at Montserrat's cliffs. Napoleon Bonaparte has dispatched thousands of troops to…
Twenty of the bigger Catalan films currently in production, including budgets.
The San Sebastian fest saw a clutch of high-profile deals on pics in its lineup over the last few days, including several competition titles.
As Mexico's world-class filmmakers expand their worldwide reach, their success encourages intriguing partnerships across the Atlantic in Catalonia.
Alex de la Iglesia will direct tragicomedy "Balada triste de trompeta," which is set up as a co-production between Spain's Tornasol Films and France's La Fabrique du Film.