Spain's Drive Entertainment is shifting into a higher gear. Disney has closed Latin American and Spanish rights on Chilean helmer Nicolas Lopez's "Santos," a e5 million ($6.4 million) superhero spoof…
One-year-old Brazilian sales company Elo Audiovisual has tapped film exec Phyllis Mollet to rep its films in France.
A. Zeta, a new Spanish distribution house, has closed Spanish rights on four pics from France's Wild Bunch: David Gordon Green's "Snow Angels," with Kate Beckinsale, Brit vet Nicolas Roeg's…
RB Cinema 1, the Brazilian equity fund behind today's Berlinale competish contender, "The Year My Parents Went On Vacation," has launched a Brazil-based international sales, distribution and film…
Notro Films, one of Spain's top boutique film distribution houses, has been bought by burgeoning Spanish film and TV player Avanzit.
The Weinstein Co. and Constantini Films' Latin American Fund has closed a distribution deal for Argentina on Stephen Frears' Oscar-nommed "The Queen."
Spain's Voz Audiovisual and Ensueno Films have teamed to produce World War II espionage thriller "Garbo," with Antonio Hernandez attached to direct.
Gone are the days when Spain was virtually guaranteed a Competition slot at Berlin. The country has only four pics in major sections. Panorama features Antonio Banderas' second directorial outing…
Barcelona's Zip Films has boarded romantic drama "The Anarchist's Wife," a co-production with Munich's Partizan and Paris-based Cargo.
Economist and academic Antoni Llado has been named director of the Catalan Institute of Cultural Industries, one of the most powerful state posts in Spain's film industry. Org is the country's second…
Guido Rud's Buenos Aires-based sales company FilmSharks Intl. is showing its teeth, gobbling intl. distribution rights on Turkish psychothriller "Shattered Soul" and Conrad Clark's "Soul Carriage,"…
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