Spanish pubcaster TVE and Basque state TV network EITB have forged a new financing axis for Basque-language production.
Yesim Ustaoglu's "Pandora's Box" won the 56th San Sebastian festival's Golden Shell for best pic, plus a Silver Shell actress for France's Tsilla Chelton as an ageing Alzheimer-afflicted country…
Rezo Films has closed a swathe of deals on Courtney Hunt's "Frozen River," adding to the multi-territory pact agreed with Sony Pictures Classics at Sundance.
The San Sebastian Film Festival rounded its final bend Friday with buyers backing the front runners in the kudo race.
Thanks to Filmax's Fantastic Factory, "The Orphanage," "REC" and the Sitges fest, Barcelona ranks among Europe's foremost horror hubs. But now Catalonian filmmakers are set to explore new genres with…
Argentina will host a major new international film market in Buenos Aires in November 2009, as part of a drive to ramp up exports of Argentine and Latin American films.
The San Sebastian Film Festival headed into its final stretch Wednesday with no world preems having set the town on fire — though Jaime Rosales' "Bullet in the Head" stirred polemics enough.
"Pomegranates and Myrrh," "Chou Sar?" and "Le Temps des camarades" all won major plaudits at the Cinema in Motion showcase on Monday.
The E.U. and Latin America's Mercosur have inked a three-year Co-operation Convention, dubbed Mercosur Audiovisual, to strengthen film-making and aid access to homegrown films in Mercosur countries.
"Paraguayan Hammock," the first 35mm all-Paraguay feature since the '70s, has won the 6th Luis Bunuel Award. Runners up were Guillermo del Toro's "Pan's Labyrinth" and Lucia Puenzo's "XXY."
Gabriel Rojas' "Karen Cries in a Bus," and Maria Zamora's genre-grafting love triangle tale, "Bunker," figure among projects at the San Sebastian's Colombia-Spain Co-Production Meeting.