Jose Luis Massa has replaced Jorge Rodriguez as prexy/CEO of Buenos Aires' Indiecito Studios, the largest animation studios in Latin America.
Cuba's most prominent director Fernando Perez has signed on to helm a film about Cuban poet and freedom fighter Jose Marti.
Antonio Banderas' Spain-based production shingle, Green Moon Producciones, is teaming with Maestranza Films to produce films featuring new directors and talent drawn from his native Andalusia.
Spanish TV giant Sogecable surprised the market Tuesday announcing more positive results than expected, containing losses for 2006 to just Euros 38.2 million ($50 million) despite launching startup…
Gorepic producer-director Brian Yuzna has set up Spanish production-distribution house Magic Lantern, teaming with local real estate magnate Salvador Torrens.
They are watching you. The Berlinale already uses night vision equipment, bag checks and security staff to combat piracy.
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!"