A pick of projects and pics in production.
Galician actor Luis Tosar ("Miami Vice") sits on a granite staircase gazing at his spectator shoes. "La Rusa," a faux blonde prostitute (Nora Tschirner), shivers beside him, under the moonlight.
Thirty-seven-year-old Vicente, an endearingly novice angler, plunges into the river. He's got the tackle. Pity about the moves. He casts. His line drifts haplessly past a passing trout. He cringes…
Vet Spanish producer Andres Vicente Gomez ("Belle Epoque," "The Dancer Upstairs") has attached Jaume Collet-Serra ("House of Wax") to direct "Vurdalak," a neo-medieval tale of vengeance between…
Underscoring the increased overseas ambitions of Brazil's film industry, top Brazilian producer Conspiracao Filmes will establish an international division in Germany.
Juan Antonio Bayona's "The Orphanage," Emilio Martinez Lazaro's "13 Roses" and Jose Luis Garci's "Luz de domingo" have made the Spanish Academy's three-film shortlist for its foreign-language Oscar…
The Weinstein Co. has picked up all U.S. rights to Spanish thriller "El rey de la montana" (The King of the Hill), which world preemed in Toronto's Discovery section Saturday.
New Line is in advanced negotiations to take U.S. remake rights to Spanish-language chiller "The Orphanage," with Guillermo del Toro attached to produce the Stateside redo.
Fernando Bovaira has ankled as director of contents at Spanish TV giant Sogecable to become an independent producer.
Liv Ullmann and Richard Gere will receive career achievement Donostia Awards at this month's 55th San Sebastian Film Festival.
Pedro Almodovar has put aside long-mooted vengeance tale "La piel que habito" at least temporarily and is now focusing on an original screenplay as the possible basis of his next film, with a…