Dominated by Caracol and RCN TV, Colombia's television duopoly can be credited with spurring the film production surge of the past decade as TV-trained talents applied their experience to bigscreen…
Cannes Daily Spotlight
A look at the films and filmmakers heading to Cannes.
The current byword in Southern Europe's debt-ridden economies is "export or die," and Spanish producers have taken heed, in order to counteract uncertainty over public subsidies and plummeting TV…
Projects include "Colors," "Rio, I Love You," "Heads or Tails," "Reaching for the Moon" and more...
Song & dance fades to Bollywood background
2012 has been a boffo year for Indian cinema in Cannes, with four pics in the lineup as well as some standouts in the market.
Country establishes first-ever film commission to lure production
Poland's national film festival in the Baltic resort of Gydnia runs just before Cannes, ensuring a fresh raft of titles available for pickup by international sales agents.
Poland's growing success on the international stage is stoking a creative boom with the appearance of strong new production companies and talent.
Despite cuts, there's still life in Spain's film industry.