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."
With Disney and Paramount having opted out of the international acquisition biz, and Fox and Sony focusing in some territories on select titles only, Warner Bros., a constant supporter of local film…
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.
Italian distrib One Movie has secured rights to Spanish comedy franchise "Torrente."
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…
Local blockbusters help raise depressed domestic film market.
Santiago Segura's "Torrente 4: Lethal Crisis" ran up the biggest-ever opening for a Spanish film on home turf, grossing Euros8.4 million ($11.6 million) over last weekend.
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