SAN SEBASTIAN – Alex de la Iglesia's "Witching & Bitching," the latest film from a director who helped change the face of Spanish filmmaking, has sold out half the world with key major territories…
Warner Bros. Intl. Pictures Spain is joining forces with top Spanish film prodco Atresmedia Cine on Fernando Gonzalez Molina’s colonial melodrama, "Palm Trees in The Snow," toplining Spanish megastar…
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…
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…
Sergi Lopez, one of Spain's top character actors, has joined Mario Casas and Victoria Abril for "Ismael," a family melodrama from Marcelo Pinyero ("The Method").
SITGES -- Despite swingeing subsidy cuts this April, movies are still being put into production in Spain.
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Alex de la Iglesia, Spain's most prominent black comedy helmer, has teamed with powerful Spanish producer Enrique Cerezo on horror laffer "Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi" (Witching and…
MADRID -- Spain's Film Factory has closed Russia and other CIS states on Alberto Rodriguez's hardboiled cop thriller "Unit 7," with distrib Carmen Film Group planning a theatrical release.
As a slab of gleaming, irony-free entertainment for undemanding teens, Fernando Gonzalez Molina's "I Want You" is just fine.
MADRID -- Spanish thesps Mario Casas and Victoria Abril will topline Argentine Marcelo Pineyro's family melodrama "Ismael," produced by Spain's Zeta Cinema.
Spanish pics selected for Cannes or being moved on the Riviera
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