Few films seem more singular than Berlin Golden Bear winner "The Milk of Sorrow," from Peru's Claudia Llosa.
"Aguila roja" (Red Eagle), a Spanish swashbuckler, broke records in Spain Thursday primetime, snatching a standout 5 million viewers.
France's TF1, one of Europe's biggest broadcast networks, is to rethink its acquisition policy as part of a move to strip Euro 60 million ($75 million) a year from its budget.
Hit by France's steep TV ad downturn, Gallic broadcaster M6 has delayed the launch of a planned 8 p.m. newscast until the fall.
Propelled by Paris sales company Rezo, Russian epic "The Admiral" sailed to multiple major territories at the Berlin Film Festival.
Emerging as one of the more fancied titles in this year's Berlin fest Panorama section, gay Basque drama "Ander" has attracted a flurry of late fest sales interest.
The Spanish film biz, which is staring into the abyss as local finance dries up and audiences shun its movies, is nervously analyzing the opening box office figures for Manuel Gomez Pereira's "El…
Producing partners Rory Kennedy and Liz Garbus will deliver a closing address on "Social Change Through Documentary" at Mipdoc, the market for docu features, specials and series that runs March 28-29…
Francisco Ramos and Alejandro Ripstein are moving into pre-production on "Los Capos del norte," the first feature at their new Mexican shingle, Laberinto Films.
Fresh off Sundance hit "Sin nombre," Mexico's production-distribution shingle Canana, founded by Pablo Cruz, Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna, has inked with Spain's Irusoin to produce "Cefalopodo."