CANNES — Lucia Puenzo's psychological drama "Wakolda," which world premiered this week in Cannes' Un Certain Regard, is rolling out upbeat international sales, in another sign of an upturn in the…
CANNES — Luis Minarro, one of Spain's best-known arthouse producers, is making his fiction directorial debut with political parable "Shooting Star." "Star" turns on the short-lived reign as King of…
Cannes topper Thierry Fremaux unveiled the final four films in next month's Official Selection on Friday.
Jim Jarmusch's vampire romance "Only Lovers Left Alive" has been added to the Cannes competition, completing this year's lineup, the Cannes Festival announced Friday.
Buenos Aires is a city with a passion for cinema: It has 12,000 film students, for example, and the Buenos Aires Intl. Independent Film Festival — Bafici for short — attracted 350,000 people last…
BN Films has tapped Argentinian writer-director Lucia Puenzo to co-write and direct a Spanish-language feature adaptation of Jose Ignacio Valenzuela's "La Mujer Infinita."
Argentinean Sergio Bizzio's "Bomb," Jorge Duran's "Romance Policial" and Colombian Ruben Mendoza's "Dust on the Tongue" all screen in Ventana Sur's pix-in-post section Primer Corte, one of Latin…
Films by Iraq's Hiner Saleem, Palestine's Najwa Najjar, Romania's Corneliu Porumboiu and Argentina's Lucia Puenzo are among 14 selected by Gaul's World Cinema Aid, a recently-created fund that aims…
France's Pyramide Productions and Spain's Wanda Films have boarded "Wakolda," Lucia Puenzo's follow-up to "The Fish Child."
A churning maelstrom of events that includes theft, murder and imprisonment threatens to swamp two girls in love in "The Fish Child," from Argentine helmer Lucia Puenzo.
Argentine adventure-suspense drama "Historias extraordinarias" (Extraordinary Stories) swept the eighth Tandil Cine, a growing film festival in the Argentinean province of Buenos Aires that…