Eric Mathis' Miami-based sales and production company Ondamax Films has closed South Korea with Entermode on "Before the World Ends" and with Sonamu Pictures for "Deseo."
Menemsha Films has taken U.S. theatrical and DVD rights on "Nora's Will," which is repped by Mexico-based sales company Latinofusion.
Three films from Latin American new talent powerhouses -- Esmir Filho's "The Famous and the Dead," Pablo Stoll's "Hiroshima" and Gerardo Tort's "Round Trip" -- have been added to screenings at…
Prominent Argentina-based auteur Adrian Caetano ("Buenos Aires, 1977," "Francia") is prepping "Mala," a hitwoman thriller.
Argentina's Rizoma Films, producer of commercial and fest hits like "Who Says It's Easy" and "Gigante," has inked with Germany's Rohfilms to make the next pic from Rodrigo Moreno, helmer of "El…
Mexico's Anima Estudios has inked to co-produce animated feature "Gaturro," which is lead produced by Argentina's Illusion Studios and Toonz Animation India.
Gallic arthouse mini-major Pyramide Films has taken distribution rights to Diego Lerman's "Moral Sciences" and Patricio Guzman's "Nostalgia for the Light" in France, a key specialty film market.
Public sector TV took a step backward in Spain this month when Luis Fernandez resigned as president of giant pubcaster Radio Television Espanola.
"New Moon" is already glowing in Europe, auguring well for its U.S. bow Friday.
Santiago Svirsky's "Mean and Lean Cows," Martin Boulocq's "Dearland" and Fernando Spinner's "Aballay" will unspool at Primer Corte, a key programming strand at next week's Ventana Sur.
"Heroes" and "Black Bread," two pics in the first batch of high-end state-backed films being produced in Catalonia, are among 18 titles that will receive sneak-peek presentations at the first Catalan…