Helmer Santiago Segura's "Torrente" saga, Spain's biggest film franchise, is bolstering its international credentials.
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Antena 3 Films, a key Spanish film industry driver, is co-producing Javier Ruiz Caldera's laffer "Tres bodas de mas" (Three More Weddings).
Robert Duvall and Jeremy Irvine ("War Horse") will star in road movie "A Night in Old Mexico," Spanish showman-turned-director Emilio Aragon's sophomore helming effort.
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…
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.
The spirit of "American Pie" and "Porky's" lives on in "Brain Drain 2," which features a gang of teenage misfits causing mayhem at Harvard U. Mostly interesting as a compendium of Spanish…
Italian distrib One Movie has secured rights to Spanish comedy franchise "Torrente."
Spanish indie distrib-producer A Contracorriente Films is partnering as a minority co-producer on Gaumont's gastronomic comedy ''The Chef,'' toplining Jean Reno.
"Siberia, Monamour," helmed by Slava Ross, took the top Golden Moon and a Euros30,000 ($43,200) cash prize at the 26th Cinema Jove Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped Friday.
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.
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