Andrew Herwitz's Film Sales Co. has acquired worldwide rights outside Spain and U.K. to Edmon Roch's directorial debut "Garbo: The Spy," a standout Spanish documentary feature of the last 12 months.
Two key upcoming stereoscopic 3D movies -- Universal's "Despicable Me" and "Sammy's Adventures" from Euro S3D pioneer Ben Stassen -- will play for the first time to audiences at next week's 50th…
Diego Luna ("Milk," "Y tu mama tambien") has seen "Abel," his fiction feature directorial debut, break records for a platform release in his native Mexico.
Spaniards pirated online contents worth an estimated E5.1 billion ($6.3 billion) in the second half of 2009, according to a new study.
Two-time Cannes winner Bruno Dumont will direct "L'Empire," a story about evil set in the unspoilt wilds of Northern France.
This August, Spanish director Chema de la Pena rolls on "23-F," the first movie about the most recent military uprising in Western Europe.
Governmental austerity cuts have claimed a movie victim in Spain: newly-hiked subsidy caps for national movies.
Euro major StudioCanal has rolled out major sales across its Cannes lineup, led by Competition titles "The Princess of Montpensier" and "Outside the Law."
Philippe Bober's sales outfit Coproduction Office has rolled out deals on "Le Quattro volte."
Beating out strong contenders, South Korean comedy "Hahaha," from writer-director Hong Sang-soo, took the top Un Certain Regard Prize.
FIPRESCI plaudits go to one outstanding film in Cannes Competition, Un Certain Regard and either Directors' Fortnight or Critics' Week.