A look at Spanish films headed for Cannes.
Cinetic Media and 6 Sales are teaming to handle worldwide sales on fashion house-set "Rage," directed by Sally Potter and toplining Jude Law, Judi Dench, Dianne Wiest, John Leguizamo and Steve…
Heitor Dhalia, one of Brazil's most talked-about young directors, is attached to direct "Una mujer, un arma" (A Girl and a Gun), a Spanish-language Argentine-set road movie.
Brazil's rapidly expanding Vereda Filmes and France's Biloba are teaming to produce Luc Marescot's "Amazon: the Green Planet," one of the most expensive Brazilian films ever.
Celluloid Dreams has initiated pre-production on the $15 million "Hello Darkness," a genre-bending vampire film from Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland ("Quinceanera").
France's MK2 and Britain's Film4 will produce "Satisfaction," the second film by U.S. writer-director Miranda July. In a parallel move, MK2 has set dates for Abbas Kiarostami's long-mooted "Certified…
Fabio Barreto will direct "Lula: The Son of Brazil" a portrait of Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's early years.
Federico Veiroj's adolescent angst drama "Acne," from the producers of "Whisky" and "El custodio," has been picked up for international distribution by Rezo Films.
Sean Penn received the first big artistic cheer of the 61st Cannes Film Festival after he was introduced on the steps of the Palais Wednesday night.
French actress Marion Cotillard will return to Gallic film-making starring in the E15 million ($24.0 million) Sahara-set adventure-romantic drama, "Le Dernier vol de Lancaster" (The Last Flight).