Comedy doesn't get any broader than this insufferably cartoonish, blatantly derivative affair.
Javier Ruiz Caldera
SAN SEBASTIAN Universal Pictures International will distribute in Spain the Paz Vega-starring thriller "La ignorancia de la sangre," helmed by vet Spanish director Manuel Gomez Pereira. Produced by…
SAN SEBASTIAN – Zeta Cinema, the film production arm of Spanish publishing conglom Zeta Group, has set a 2013-14 slate whose seven titles confirms it as the most prolific of production houses in…
Proving it's not just French comedies that travel, Film Factory has inked pre-sales in German-speaking Europe and Russia on Javier Ruiz Caldera's "Three Many Weddings," which world preems here…
ROME — The Venice Film Festival’s independently run Venice Days, modeled on Cannes Directors’ Fortnight, has unveiled its lineup of 12 pics unspooling in the official selection which marks a…
Spain's Javier Ruiz Caldera, whose "Ghost Graduation" was picked up by Fox for North and Latin America, will direct inept spy action-comedy "Anacleto Secret Agent," produced by Francisco Ramos at…
Fox's remake of "Ghost Graduation" is headed toward materializing with Iain Morris ("The Inbetweeners") on board to pen the script for producer Overbrook Entertainment.
Film Factory Entertainment has boarded the previously announced Spanish romantic comedy "Tres bodas de mas" (Three Many Weddings), partnering with "The Impossible" producer Apaches Entertainment…
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Antena 3 Films, a key Spanish film industry driver, is co-producing Javier Ruiz Caldera's laffer "Tres bodas de mas" (Three More Weddings).
Spanish pics selected for Cannes or being moved on the Riviera
Fox will distribute Spanish teen comedy "Promocion fantasma" (Ghost Graduation) in North America and Latin America.
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