BUENOS AIRES — Argentina's K & S Films and Matanza Cine, Pedro and Agustin Almodovar's El Deseo, Fox Intl. Productions (FIP) and Argentine broadcaster Telefe are teaming to finance and produce one of…
CANNES- Argentine star scribe-helmer Pablo Trapero has been tapped to head the jury of Un Certain Regard at the upcoming Cannes Festival. In the past few years, Un Certain Regard - originally created…
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain — Germany's Pandora is co-producing “Two Gun Shots,” the feature comeback from Martin Rejtman, one of the founders of the so-called New Argentine Cinema, whose 1992 debut…
SAN SEBASTIAN - Highlighting the push into overseas markets of top producers the world over, Morena Films, one of the biggest and best financed of Spanish movie production houses, is setting up…
MADRID - Universal Pictures Intl.'s "Thesis on a Homicide" grossed an impressive first-week take of Euros755,844 ($992,423) off 219 prints over April 5-11 in Spain, vindicating U's pick-up of the…
Latin America is key to the Catholic Church, but it's increasingly important to the global showbiz industry as well.
Daniel and Diego Vega's "El Mudo," Marcela Said's "The Summer of the Flying Fish" and Samuel Kishi Leopo's "Somos Mari Pepa" feature in the Toulouse/San Sebastian 23rd Film in Progress, a competish…
Attached to direct Working Title's India-set "Six Suspects," Pablo Trapero ("Carancho," "White Elephant"), one of Latin America's most successful young directors, is prepping a second crime movie.
Michel Franco's study of violence, "After Lucia" won Un Certain Regard Prize on Saturday.
Predictably patchy portmanteau pic "7 Days in Havana" sutures together seven flimsy-to-outright bad shorts set across a week in Havana, to forgettable effect.