Two dramas set against the background of Europe's crisis -- "Eat Sleep Die," from Sweden's Gabriela Pichler, and Greek Ektoras Lygizos' "Boy Eating the Bird's Food" -- topped the 9th Seville European…
Jose Luis Cienfuegos has been tapped as head of Spain's Seville European Film Festival, a mid-fall meet for Europe's movie industry and institutions.
Javier Martin Dominguez has quit as artistic director of Spain's Seville European Film Festival, raising a question about the future of an event he had built into a valuable European industry hub.
Paybox Canal Plus Spain has taken a co-production stake in international crime miniseries "Falcon."
Luis Angel Bellaba's Aquelarre has taken all Spanish rights to Mohamed al-Daradji's "Son of Babylon," Iraq's foreign-language film Oscar entry.
Swedish shingle Yellow Bird is partnering with Seville-based outfit La Zanfona Prods to co-produce a part of "The Annika Bengtzon Series," Yellow Bird's new crime movie/TV series follow-up to…
Spain's top arthouse distrib-exhib, Alta Films, has acquired Spanish theatrical and DVD rights to Carlos Saura's music docupic.
The Seville European Film Festival, one of the fastest-growing film meets in Europe, will host a Wild Tulips focus on recent Dutch pics.
John Hamilton stepped down as co-president of Seville Pictures, the E1 Entertainment-owned Canadian distributor, but he is not straying far from E1.
The L.A. Opera delivers yet another supremely delicious bel-canto comedy.
Jessica Hausner's "Lourdes" and Urszula Antoniak's "Nothing Personal" took the top Golden and Silver Giraldillo, respectively, at a lively sixth Seville European Film Festival.