BARCELONA -- Lux Animation has boarded Cesc Gay's animated "The Triplets and the Machine That Runs the World," now moving into production in Spain.
Imira Entertainment has sold 104 episodes of animated series "The Smurfs" to Cartoon Network in Spain.
Edgard Tenembaum's Tu Vas Voir, producer of Walter Salles' "The Motorcycle Diaries," has boarded "Atlantida," from first-time Argentine helmer-scribe Ines Maria Barrionuevo.
Spanish toon studio Munecos Animados is readying a 22-seg half-hour pre-school series, "Amigos," aimed at disseminating animation skills and general development in Central America and Africa.
Boomerang TV Group (GBTV) is teaming with broadcaster Antena 3 TV to produce "Toledo," one of a welter of higher-end historical drama series now emerging from Spain.
Spain's Vertice 360 Group is betting on the crisis.
Veralia, the Madrid-based production holding, is readying a Latin American reboot of mid-90s Spanish gameshow "El Gran juego de la oca" (Goose Game), which was based on the Snakes and Ladders…
Spain's Globomedia, one of Europe's leading scripted TV producers, is readying two new dramas, "Luna, el misterio de Calenda" (Moon), and an untitled comedy set at a fashion magazine.
Gregoire Melin's Kinology has rolled out major territory sales on "Emergo," the latest genre pic from Rodrigo Cortes and Adrian Guerra, the team behind "Buried" and "Red Lights."
The Match Factory has initiated sales on Benito Zambrano's "La voz dormida" (The Sleeping Voice), which sees its major market premiere Sunday at the American Film Market.
Spanish animator Jose Pozo ("El Cid: The Legend," "Donkey Xote") is attached to exec produce 3D toon pic "No Pets Allowed," set up at Andorra's Ordino Studios Media Group.