Top Spanish sales company Imagina Intl. Sales has pre-sold Woody Allen's "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger" to much of the world.
Mexico's Michel Franco ("Daniel and Ana") and Chile's Cristian Jimenez ("Optical Illusions") are among six directors who have been selected for the Cannes Film Festival's 20th Cinefondation Residence.
Filipino helmer Brillante Mendoza and Chinese helmers Lou Ye and Lu Chuan will receive tributes at the 12th Deauville Asian Film Festival, which runs today through Sunday.
Ari Folman's "The Congress," Sylvain Chomet's "The Illusionist" and Patrice Leconte's "Le Magasin des suicides" were among the most-buzzed toon titles at Europe's Cartoon Movie.
Cash-strapped Spanish conglom Prisa, owner of satcaster Digital Plus, has received a cash infusion of almost E660 million ($898.3 million) from a merger with U.S. investment company Liberty…
Who said foreign companies never make a buck out of Hollywood?
"Aguila roja" (Red Eagle), a Spanish swashbuckler, broke recent records in Spain Thursday, notching up an extraordinary 29.5% share and 5,804,000 viewers.
Exhibitors, distributors and public-sector decision-makers will huddle in Barcelona from Friday to analyze one of Europe's biggest movie challenges: the digital makeover of its indie cinema theaters.
Spain's Festival Films has taken all rights for Spain from FilmSharks Intl. on Finland's Oscar entry "Letters From Jacob."
Galician production house Artefacto Producciones has linked with L.A.-based Tricoast Worldwide for one of the last pieces of financing on "O Apostolo," a pioneering European stereoscopic 3D…
Providing further signs that there is certainly still an international market for strong, audience-friendly fare at a good price, Gallic mini-major Rezo inked 55 sales deals at or just after Berlin.