Producer Donald K. Ranvaud has teamed with longtime Italian producer-distributor Silvio Sardi Communications and London-based indie film company Max Pictures to launch the Miami-based production…
Spain's balance of payments is one of Europe's worst. Film reflects only a somewhat better picture.
Twentieth Century Fox has taken North American rights to "Gospel Hill," the first fully financed project from the Los Angeles-based production company Deko Ent.
Moctesuma Esparza's Latino market specialists Maya Entertainment has created an international co-production division, backed by $100 million in loan financing from Cardinal Pointe Film Finance, Maya…
Notro Films Intl. has licensed its Cannes 2006 Directors' Fortnight player, "Honor de cavalleria" (Honor of the Knights), to the U.K.'s Soda Films.
Best-selling Spanish novel "Cold Skin" has taken its first step toward the bigscreen with KanZaman tying down movie adaptation rights to the Antarctic Island sci-fi action thriller.
Alberto Canizares has ankled as general manager of Aurum Prods. Aurum ranks as one of Spain's leading independent distribution houses and is a sister company to the U.K.'s Momentum Pictures.
Spanish production house Morena Films, the producer of pics by Oliver Stone and Carlos Saura, has boarded "Leopardo al sol" (Leopard in the Sun), the upcoming film from Argentinean helmer Adrian…
The John Pilger documentary, "The War on Democracy," has been sold by Paris-based Coach 14 to Lionsgate for the U.K. and Hopscotch for Australia and New Zealand.
In the wake of "Mr. Bean's Holiday" and French smash "Brice de Nice," Spain has its own entry in the international annals of klutzdom: "Mortadelo & Filemon. Mission: Save the Planet."
Coming into its second market and its first with a company name, Brazilian sales shingle Vereda Filmes has taken international rights to Chilean animation pic "31 Minutes."
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