If the French can sell their comedies abroad, why not the Spanish? Santiago Segura's scumbag ex-cop comedy franchise "Torrente," whose five installments have grossed a total €79.9 million ($90.5…
The Walt Disney Co. Latin America has taken all Latin American rights to Santiago Segura's "Torrente, Mission: Eurovegas," the fifth installment of Segura's blockbuster sleazebag cop saga. Sony…
Distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing Spain, Santiago Segura's comedy "Torrente 5: Mission Eurovegas" ran up the biggest domestic opening for any film at the 2014 Spanish box office, scoring Euro3.6…
MADRID – Alec Baldwin will team with Spanish industry heavyweights Santiago Segura, Sony Pictures Releasing in Spain, Telefonica Studios, the film-TV production house of telco Telefonica, cable…
Helmer Santiago Segura's "Torrente" saga, Spain's biggest film franchise, is bolstering its international credentials.
An exquisitely crafted miniature about the creative rebirth of an aging sculptor, Fernando Trueba's "The Artist and the Model" brings the same craft and care to its subject as its titular artist does…
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Having won critical praise and B.O. with "The Girl of Your Dreams," Fernando Trueba and Penelope Cruz will reteam on comedy "La reina de Espana."
Guido Rud's FilmSharks Intl., one of Latin America's most active sales companies, is vigorously plying two growth trends -- foreign-language comedy hits and remakes -- at Mexico's Guadalajara…
"As Luck Would Have It" reps an entertaining but unsubtle satire on the moral confusions of a marketing/media-driven world. .
Total box office takings in Spain fell 2.7% to Euros628 million ($823 million) in 2011, bucking the upward trend seen in other major European territories this year.
Who said it was a local comedy? Santiago Segura's "Torrente" saga, about a racist, sexist ex-cop, may be Spain's biggest film-franchise ever, but it was commonly written off as too local — in its…