Planeta D, the new docu arm of film-TV holding Planeta 2010, has unveiled a first slate of projects, confirming it as one of the biggest docu producers in Spain.
Patrick Wachsberger's Summit Entertainment has picked up worldwide sales rights outside Spain to "Stones (Piedras)," the only Spanish film playing in official competition at this year's Berlin Intl…
The Spanish film industry seemed to be rolling at full speed. In the last month, Sogecine/Sogepaq and Lolafilms have sold four films to the U.S. or beyond: "Sex and Lucia," "Intact," "Mad Love" and…
Expect company. With her, quite likely, will be son Stefan, who runs production house Guerrilla Films, or daughters Anna and Francecsa, when they pass through Madrid. Four-year-old grandson Jimmy may…
Spanish producer Plural Entertainment has tapped Carlos Fernandez as its Madrid-based director.
Local sales agent Kevin Williams Associates has added Argentinean pic "Un dia de suerte" (A Lucky Day) to its slate. KWA will handle worldwide rights.
Alejandro Amenabar's chiller "The Others" swept eight Goyas at Saturday's 16th Spanish Academy Awards, the country's equivalent of the Oscars.
Some of Argentina's top young filmmakers banded together on Wednesday to call on the government to address the deepening crisis in Argentine pic production.
Spanish cinema admissions rose 5% to 142.3 million tickets sold in 2001, the highest figure since 1982.
Three of Spain's best-known young distribution and marketing execs have teamed to launch a new marketing and production consultancy shingle, Treintaytantos (Thirtysomethings).
In the film business, only a highly ambitious company, or one associated with Disney, would dare to go by a name starting with "Mira." Miravista, the new Disney-Admira joint venture, is both.