Spanish sales consortium Latido has broadened its acquisitions policy, making its first ever non-Hispanic pickup by taking international rights to the Moroccan film "Heaven's Doors," which plays in…
In its biggest pickup ever, Spanish mini-major Filmax has acquired worldwide rights outside Italy and Spain to the $18 million Paz Vega- starrer, "Los Borgia" (The Borgias).
Andres Vicente Gomez's Lolafilms has greenlit Carlos Saura's "Io, Don Giovanni," the Spanish director's take on the life of Mozart librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte.
U.K. private equity company Terra Firma Capital Partners will purchase AMC Entertainment cinema theaters in Spain and Portugal from JP Morgan.
Argentine auteur Daniel Burman, whose "Family Law" opens the Berlin Specials section today,, is moving forward on his next project: "El Nido Vacio" ("The Empty Nest").
Madrid-based producer Marina Fuentes has taken on international sales duties on Colombian assassin thriller "Rosario Tijeras." Pic will receive its market world preem today at the EFM.
Spain's Lauren Films is back in buying mode in Berlin after a couple of years being dogged by legal and financial woes.
Spain's WandaVision is advancing on an eight-film production slate including pics by Spaniard Jaime Rosales, Argentine Carlos Sorin and Serb Goran Paskaljevic.
Only five years ago, almost any Arab film at an international festival, unless made in Egypt or Turkey, drew European funding -- but now, something is finally stirring in Arab home-grown film finance.
Expanding its international sales operations, one-year-old Spain-based Notro Films has taken international rights to "La silla" (The Chair), the first solo feature from Julio Wallowits.
Pics in production from Mexico's Rodrigo Pla and Argentina's Juan Antin and Ulises Rosell feature an expanded version of the Berlin Festival's Works in Progress.