Finnish director Ulrika Bengts effectively downplays familiar themes and narrative beats in this handsome drama.
BARCELONA – Underscoring the global nature of genre pic production, Life of Agony bassist Alan Robert is teaming with Spanish helmer Victor Garcia ("Mirrors 2") and "The Orphanage" producer Rodar y…
MADRID — "The Orphanage" producer Rodar y Rodar has appointed financial consultancy Estratelis to advise on an initial public offering. If put through, Rodar would list later this year on Spain's…
MADRID — L.A.-based Outsider Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to Oriol Paulo's B.O. hit "The Body," the latest film from "The Orphanage" producer Rodar y Rodar, sold by DeAPlaneta Intl. Set at a…
Documentaries don't come any bigger-hearted than "Blood Brother," a highly worked yet non-manipulative first feature for Steve Hoover that requires no string-pulling to achieve its inspirational…
The titular orphanage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, provides the setting and subject of the quietly affecting docu "Little Heaven."
Though handsome to look at, so-so supernatural chiller "The Awakening" recalls "The Others," "The Orphanage" and other haunted-house tales of recent vintage, making an impression more derivative than…
"The Orphanage" producer Rodar y Rodar is re-teaming with Spain's Antena 3 Films to make "El cuerpo" (The Body).
An admirably un-manipulative drama about the impermanence of relationships and the resilience of kids in the face of it.
The Orphanage, the 10-year-old vfx shop based in San Francisco and Los Angeles, has closed its doors.
Breaking with Spanish films' nightmare year at the box office, Juan Antonio Bayona's psychological chiller "The Orphanage" grossed a first four-day Euros 5.8 million ($8.3 million) over Oct.11-14…
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