Brazil's Grupo Novo de Cinema e TV has licensed Roberto ("Beto") Brandt's "The Trespasser" to the U.K.'s Gala Films.
When the going gets tough, the tough get together. That, at least, is the case of "Song for a Raggy Boy," a multi-multi-lateral co-production closed Monday at Cannes.
Film and TV exec and politician Pedro Antonio Martin Marin looks set to replace Luis Abril at the helm of Admira, Spain's biggest film and TV company
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.
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.