New Line is in negotiations with Ted Melfi to direct its remake of the 1979 George Burns caper comedy “Going in Style.” After things could not be worked out with Don Scardino, New Line returned to…
BARCELONA – Underscoring the global nature of genre pic production, Life of Agony bassist Alan Robert is teaming with Spanish helmer Victor Garcia ("Mirrors 2") and "The Orphanage" producer Rodar y…
MADRID — "The Orphanage" producer Rodar y Rodar has appointed financial consultancy Estratelis to advise on an initial public offering. If put through, Rodar would list later this year on Spain's…
“The Orphanage” producer Rodar y Rodar is teaming with Atresmedia, the film arm of top Spanish broadcaster Atresmedia group, to produce $20 million sci-fi thriller “Mirage,” Rodar's English-language…
All Oscar Faura asked for were sunny days on the set of "The Impossible" in Thailand. But when the rain poured down on what were supposed to be dry and muggy locations, the d.p. moved quick to create…
SITGES -- In now near-hallowed tradition, the 45th Sitges Film Festival opened Thursday with one of the biggest Spanish genre films of the year: Oriol Paulo's "The Body," from Barcelona's Rodar y…
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Top Spanish B.O. draw Belen Rueda is attached to star in "The Body," the latest thriller from Barcelona's Roday y Rodar, producers of "The Orphanage" "Julia's Eyes" and "PX3D."
"The Orphanage" producer Rodar y Rodar is re-teaming with Spain's Antena 3 Films to make "El cuerpo" (The Body).
L.A.-based Stonebrook Intl. has acquired all international rights to Sergi Vizcaino's psychological horror-thriller "PX3D," one of Spain's prime genre properties.
"Julia's Eyes" looks fine and has fun with some interesting ideas, but stumbles.
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