Madrid-based sales consortium Latido Films has acquired international rights outside Mexico to "The Fifth Commandment," directed by Mexican Rafael Lara ("La Milagrosa").
Miami-based Latino sales company Ondamax Films has sold a 10-film package to U.S. and Latin American Spanish-language premium paybox Cine Latino.
French film board CNC and Brazil's Ancine cinema agency have joined forces to launch a Franco-Brazilian co-production workshop.
Buenos Aires' Ventana Sur, Latin America's biggest film market, is opening up to TV content.
France's Urban Factory (aka U Media) is teaming with RCN Films, the film unit of Colombian web RCN, to produce Carlos Cesar Arbelaez's "What They Called Love," his followup to hit "The Colors of the…
On "The Grandmasters," one of China's biggest-budgeted films ever, helmer Wong Kar-wai ("In the Mood For Love," "2046") entrusted the vfx work to Buf.
Bastions of high art, Europe's festivals face one building criticism: Their growing divergence from public taste.
GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Up-and-coming Colombian production house Rhayuela Cine, the company behind "The Stoplight Society" and "El Paramo," is readying "Maria."
"The Sergeant Matacho," Colombian William Gonzalez's take on the consequences of armed conflict, topped Guadalajara Construye Wednesday, taking four nods.
Chile's "The Quispe Girls" took the coveted Churubusco Prize at the 26th Guadalajara Festival Tuesday, claiming the top spot among 30 projects competing in fest's 7th Ibero-American Co-production…
"Tracker," "Brighton Rock" and "King of Devil's Island" feature among Competition titles at the Valencia Mostra -- Intl. Action and Adventure Film Festival.