Ventura Pons' "Ignasi M.," one of his rare documentaries, is a charming portrait of the highly regarded Catalonian museologist Ignasi Millet Bonaventura.
MADRID — Having carved a market niche selling Spanish and Latin American fare, Madrid-based sales consortium Latido Films is spreading its net, also acquiring worldwide sales rights to a building…
“Tim’s Vermeer,” helmed by Teller of illusionist-comedians Penn & Teller and a recent Sony Pictures Classics acquisition, is one of 14 documentary features world-preeming this September at the…
MADRID -- Antonio Mendez Esparza, whose Spain-U.S. production "Aqui y alla" won Cannes Critics' Week, is prepping "Saudade."
It's business as usual with Ventura Pons latest, the sharp-witted but uneven "A Thousand Fools."
Basically consisting of four nighttime two-handers set in dingy Barcelona apartments, each dealing with solitude, defeat and ways of escape, the script is brilliantly brought to life by a gathering…
The Rome Film Festival has announced its full lineup, which features a rich mix of quality crowdpleasers and more esoteric fare peppered with plenty of stars, including Robert Redford and Tom Cruise…
Spanish sales consortium Latido Films has clinched a raft of sales on helmer Carlos Saura's "Fados."
In a surprise turn, Czech Bohdan Slama's "Something Like Happiness," an ensemble working class drama, emerged as the big winner at the 53rd San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival, taking its Golden Shell…
Ventura Pons again turns his eye on transgressive passion in "Idiot Love," an absorbing but dramatically uneven yarn of sexual obsession that extracts plenty of smart comedy from its darkness. Based…
Spanish sales consortium Latido has closed all rights deals on two pics - Joaquin Oristrell's ironic period comedy "Inconscientes" ("Unconscious") and Chilean Andres Wood's coming-of-age drama…