Prodigius has added another project to its slate of Spanish historical movies: a bio of Jaime I, King of Aragon.
Barcelona mini-major Filmax has sold U.S. rights to Eastern Europe backwoods chiller "The Abandoned" to Lionsgate unit After Dark Films.
Spain's Latido Films has sold Japanese rights to Carlos Saura's "Fados" to Japan's AMG.
Elio Quiroga, one of Spain's only sci-fi helmer practioners, is teaming with Madrid-based digital f/x house La Huella to make his English-language debut, "Tesla."
Sony Pictures has taken Latin American rights to Brazilian Arthur Fontes' coming-of-ager "Right On!"
The Copenhagen Think Tank looks set to go on thinking. And to launch tank-ettes around Europe.
The breadth of Argentinian filmmaking and new Chilean talent were both on show Sunday at the Berlinale's New Works in Progress from Latin America event.
Cao Hamburger, helmer of Brazil's Competition contender "The Year My Parents Went On Vacation," is reteaming with brothers Fabiano and Ciao Gullane's Gullane Filmes for "ICU."
Once more into the saddle. Fifteen years after Morgan Freeman limned Ned Logan in "Unforgiven," Revelations, the production label of Freeman and Lori McReary, will co-produce oater "Moses Taite's…
Brazil is getting in on the film fund game. Risk capital firm Rio Bravo is partnering with Aracruz Celulose paper manufacturer and Brazil's state-backed BNDES bank to launch an equity investment film…
Rachida Saadi, one of the few femme film producers in Morocco, is directing her first movie, "The Road to Hope."
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