Luis Garcia Berlanga, who helped introduce a tentative neorealism into Spain's cinema, died Nov. 13 in Madrid, of complications from Alzheimer's disease. He was 89.
Films screening at Ventana Sur include "A Cursed Summer," "Baby Shower," "Lope," and "October."
Last year, at the first Ventana Sur mart for Latin American movies, organizers expected 500-600 participants.
Seville– Mohamed al-Daradji’s “Son of Babylon” and Susanne Bier’s “In a Better World” topped the 7th Seville European Film Festival, which wrapped Saturday. Playing Sundance’s World Cinema section…
There will be mergers in a period of four-to-six months and we want to marry," Jose Miguel Contreras, CEO of Spanish broadcaster La Sexta, declared in March 2009, referring to Spain's crowded TV…
France's Backup Films has invested in "Cafe de Flore," from Jean-Marc Vallee ("C.R.A.Z.Y.") and "By Force," starring Isabelle Adjani and Eric Cantona.
Spanish broadcast network La Sexta has bought a package of more than 60 movie classics from Warner Bros. Intl. TV Distribution.
Swedish shingle Yellow Bird is partnering with Seville-based outfit La Zanfona Prods to co-produce a part of "The Annika Bengtzon Series," Yellow Bird's new crime movie/TV series follow-up to…
Gallic powerhouse StudioCanal has departed the Loews at AFM with confidence, boasting a raft of international pre-sales on its robust slate, emphasizing the European studio's global clout in what was…
San Sebastian standout "Black Bread" and Rome fest winner "I Want to Be a Soldier" both feature at the Catalan Screenings in Paris.