Continuing its hefty commitment to new Latin American talent, L.A.-based FiGa Films has inked worldwide rights on Chilean helmer Rodrigo Marin's "Zoologico."
Catalan Isaki Lacuesta's "The Double Steps" won the Golden Shell on Saturday at an upbeat 59th San Sebastian Film Festival, the first under new director Jose Luis Rebordinos.
With three deals closed at the fest -- Spain (Alta), Argentina (Alfa) and Portugal (Alambique) -- Julie Delpy's dysfunctional family comedy "Skylab" proved a sales standout at the 59th San Sebastian…
France's Films Distribution has sold Julie Delpy's "Skylab" to Spain (Alta Films), Argentina (Alfa Films) and Portugal (Alambique).
In one of the first deals to go down on a Competition title at the San Sebastian Film Festival, Berlin's M-Appeal has inked world sales outside Spain and Switzerland to "The Double Steps.
Spanish shingle Apaches Ent., which has "Intruders," "Extraterrestrial" and "Verbo" all playing at the San Sebastian Film Festival, is setting up a low-budget label, Mapache, and a TV division…
"7 Cajas," from Paraguay's Juan Carlos Maneglia and Tana Schembori, won the Industry Award at the San Sebastian Film Festival's 20th Films in Progress rough-cut showcase.
Vindicating its new international sales strategy, France's Bac Films has kicked off sales on San Sebastian Competition player "Americano," plus Toronto hit "Sleepless Night."
Germany's Scopas Medien and France's Gebeka Films have boarded "Genie in the House -- The Movie," one of several pics on the slate of Antonio Perez's Maestranza Films.
Gallic sales agent, distributor and producer Wild Bunch has acquired a majority stake in Spanish independent distributor Vertigo Films.
"Madrid, 1987" -- from writer-helmer David Trueba, one of the best-known Spanish directors at this year's San Sebastian Festival - has been acquired for world sales by Madrid-based 6 Sales.