The 36-year-old became the face of Argentine indie cinema starring in Santiago Mitre's debut, political thriller, "The Student" (2011). His performance made him one of the country's most sought-after…
Four years after she made headlines by being selected by Martin Scorsese for the Rolex Mentor and Protege Arts Initiative, Argentina's Celina Murga ("A Week Alone") will go into production Dec. 14 on…
CANNES -- French distribution rights have been nabbed on three Cannes fest titles, Gonzalo Tobal's "Villegas," William Vega's "La Sirga" and Juan Andres Arango's "La Playa," all of which were…
A film of choice moments rather than a fully realized work, Gonzalo Tobal's debut feature, "Villegas," largely functions as a platform for two rising Argentine indie-cinema stars, Esteban Lamothe and…
Tracy O'Riordan of London-based Moonspun Films, Liisa Penttila of Finland's Edith Film and Morgan Bushe of Dublin's Fastnet Films are among 25 producers picked to take part in European Film…
Metrodome has taken U.K. rights and Fine Films has nabbed Japanese rights to Alejandro Brugues' "Juan of the Dead," Cuba's first zombie comedy.
Drama options are everywhere, forcing buyers to be discerning.
A great title, a novel setting and some surprisingly blunt digs at Castro's Cuban land of non-opportunity aren't enough to save "Juan of the Dead" from being a lowbrow zombie comedy that mostly goes…
John Sloss and Bart Walker's Cinetic Media has boarded Cuban Alejandro Brugues' zombie comedy "Juan de los muertos" (Juan of the Dead).
A deviant, demented and occasionally delicious flashback to the heyday of omnibus horror.
Digital production and vfx house Digital Domain hired Carey Villegas, onetime vfx supervisor for helmers Michael Bay, Robert Zemeckis, James Cameron and Tim Burton, among others.
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