Spanish arthouse distributor Golem has picked up all Spanish rights on Japanese helmer Hirokazu Kore-eda's family drama "Still Walking," a San Sebastian Competition contender.
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Switching gears from atmospheric horror pic "Bad Blood," helmers Tiago Guedes and Frederico Serra delve into the unbearable miserableness of being with the unrelentingly dreary "Noise."
Side-splittingly funny and constantly outrageous, "Louise-Michel" takes the creative absurdism of helmers Benoit Delepine and Gustave Kervern ("Aaltra," "Avida") far beyond the restraining limits of…
Argentina will host a major new international film market in Buenos Aires in November 2009, as part of a drive to ramp up exports of Argentine and Latin American films.
"Norteado," the debut feature by Mexican director Rigoberto Perezcano, swept San Sebastian's 14th Films in Progress competition, taking all three major plaudits: the TVE kudos, the Casa de America…
The San Sebastian Film Festival headed into its final stretch Wednesday with no world preems having set the town on fire — though Jaime Rosales' "Bullet in the Head" stirred polemics enough.
Carmelo Romero has been tapped as the director of the Malaga Film Festival, the leading showcase for Spanish cinema.
U.K regional film agency Screen South has brought a troupe of eight upcoming producers to the San Sebastian Film Festival for industry presentations and pitching sessions.
"Pomegranates and Myrrh," "Chou Sar?" and "Le Temps des camarades" all won major plaudits at the Cinema in Motion showcase on Monday.
Ghislain Barrois has been tapped as CEO of Telecinco Cinema, the film production arm of Spanish broadcaster Telecinco.
The E.U. and Latin America's Mercosur have inked a three-year Co-operation Convention, dubbed Mercosur Audiovisual, to strengthen film-making and aid access to homegrown films in Mercosur countries.