MADRID - In the run-up to Spain's 62nd San Sebastian Festival, which kicks off Friday, Adolfo Blanco's A Contracorriente Films has taken off the table for Spain one of its biggest draws at this…
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MADRID — "Samba," Oliver Nakache and Eric Toldedano's follow-up to B.O. behemoth "The Intouchables," will close Spain's 62nd San Sebastian Festival on Sept. 27. Co-produced, distributed in France and…
Confirming the status of "Walesa: Man of Hope" as one of this year's Venice-Toronto breakout sales hits, Films Boutique has closed a slew of new deals in Toronto on the latest film by Polish grand…
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LONDON — World sales company Films Boutique has inked multiple territory deals and is fielding offers for several other countries for Andrzej Wajda's "Walesa, Man of Hope," which premieres in Venice…
Gaumont is re-teaming with French helmer Anne Fontaine on “Gemma Bovery”. The bigscreen adaptation of the eponymous comicbook, pic toplines star Gemma Arterton and Gallic thesp Fabrice Luchini. A…
As Warner Bros.' "The Impossible" smashes B.O. records in Spain, its government is set to launch a full-scale makeover of its state film incentive and tax shelters, establishing production parameters…
SITGES -- Distributor Luis Froes and producer Luis Galvao Teles have launched Portuguese distribution house, Outsider Films.
BARCELONA -- ASC Distribution has closed all Gallic rights to emigration drama "Aqui y Alla," which on Thursday nabbed the 51st Cannes Critics' Week top nod, the Nespresso Grand Prix.
Box office for "The Intouchables," which the Weinstein Co. will release on May 25 in the U.S., has hurtled past the B.O. of other movies released in Spain this year.
Spanish indie distrib-producer A Contracorriente Films is partnering as a minority co-producer on Gaumont's gastronomic comedy ''The Chef,'' toplining Jean Reno.