Gerardo Naranjo's "Miss Bala," "Swirl," from Brazil's Clarissa Campolina and Helvecio Marins, and Chilean Christian Jimenez's "Bonsai" will compete in San Sebastian Film Festival's Horizontes Latinos…
Appearing out of the blue, Kim Ki-duk's latest feature, "Amen," will world preem at September's San Sebastian Film Festival.
New York-based Film Movement has nabbed North American rights to "Corpo celeste," the directorial debut of Italy's Alice Rohrwacher that screened in Cannes' Directors' Fortnight.
Conglom Prisa, the controlling shareholder of Spanish satcaster Digital Plus, will launch a new soccer channel, Canal Plus Liga 2.
Colombian private equity fund Dynamo Capital has tapped Alejandra Guzman as its director of investments.
The 3rd Douro Film Harvest, one Portugal's highest-profile festivals, will host an Ibero-American Audiovisual Laboratory: a two-day conference focusing on production and distribution trends in Spain…
Underscoring the growing international market for key Latin American titles, Berlin-based M-Appeal has inked major territory deals on "Phase 7" and "My Last Round."
U.S. home entertainment giant Netflix is in negotiations to acquire U.S. rights to the 12-seg TV series "Borgia," show-run by Tom Fontana ("Oz," "The Philanthropist").
The San Sebastian Film Festival, the biggest movie event in the Spanish-speaking world, has announced its strongest Spanish pic presence in years.
Paris-based Funny Balloons has taken worldwide rights outside Chile to "The Year of the Tiger," the third film from Chile's Sebastian Lelio ("Sagrada Familia," "Navidad").
Early spring bloomed with Europe's most powerful broadcasters -- Hollywood's biggest clients -- trumpeting 2010's robust ad market recovery and projecting growth.