Argentina's biggest film production outfit -- almost its only working film production house -- Pablo Bossi's Patagonik Film Group, is in talks with a U.S. venture-capital company to create a fund…
It was a very mellow Monday morning for anyone attending the Rio de Janeiro Film Festival breakfast Monday on the Plage du Grand Hotel.
Organized by MediaXChange, a media consultancy based out of Los Angeles and London, the Spanish Film & TV Market takes place in Madrid June 14-16.
Mexican producer Jorge Vergara ("Y Tu Mama Tambien") and former Endeavor agent Sergio Aguero are setting up a U.S.-based TV production house, Jollywoot, to target the emerging U.S. Hispanic market.
Prolific Madrid-based producer Francisco Ramos has planted his flag -- and his banner Alquimia Cinema -- in international Spanish-lingo pic production.
Australia's Palace Film has taken all rights to Australia and New Zealand on 10 films from Italy's RAI Trade.
London-based producer Nadine Luque has been appointed director of the Film Business School, a twice-yearly training course for established European film producers.
Penelope Cruz has inked to star in the Luc Besson-written and produced "Fanfan la Tulipe," a remake of a 1952 French adventure-comedy.
Svensk Filmindustri will handle international sales on Ingmar Bergman's upcoming "Saraband" (a.k.a. "Anna"), which reunites the characters from his 1973 international hit, "Scenes From a Marriage."
It looks like Alejandro Jodorosky's much-mooted "Los hijos del Topo" (The Sons of El Topo), the sequel to his legendary "El Topo," may be finally going into production -- set up at Mathias…
Bruno Barreto ("Bossa Nova," "A View From the Top") is attached to direct one of the biggest Latin American pics of next year: the $3 million-$5 million "O Velho Marinheiro" ("Home Is the Sailor")…