Scooping up two awaited Spanish titles, Madrid-based Imagina International Sales has closed world sales rights to the Sony-distribbed "Who Killed Bambi?", the latest film from "The Orphanage"…
Who Killed Bambi?
This maddeningly undisciplined and egocentric docu might generate curiosity seekers in Italy.
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…
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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…
“The Orphanage” producer Rodar y Rodar is teaming with Atresmedia, the film arm of top Spanish broadcaster Atresmedia group, to produce $20 million sci-fi thriller “Mirage,” Rodar's English-language…
If you happened to read the New York Times magazine excerpt of Brian Stelter's book “Top of the Morning” — a dissection of the network morning shows and the battle for “We’re No. 1” bragging rights…
Pic's Bulgarian-made CGI does the most damage in Antoine Fuqua's intense, ugly, White-House-under-siege actioner.
Sony Pictures Releasing de Espana has taken Spanish theatrical rights to Santi Amodeo's kidnap comedy "Who Killed Bambi?," the latest from "The Orphanage" producer Rodar y Rodar.
SITGES -- In now near-hallowed tradition, the 45th Sitges Film Festival opened Thursday with one of the biggest Spanish genre films of the year: Oriol Paulo's "The Body," from Barcelona's Rodar y…
Genre auteurs show the way through industry's rampant recession
A dramatic true-life account plays out in dryly empathetic, patiently observed fashion in "Porfirio."