Already a world leader in finished films, Cannes is entering the unfinished film business.
Since a new film law took effect in January, Colombia has emerged as the go-to location for a growing number of international filmmakers.
A look at the films and filmmakers heading to Cannes.
Uruguay is getting more competitive in its bid to lure international film and TV shoots, helped by a 22% VAT exemptions for production services and international co-productions.
Folk in Uruguay, Latin America's second-smallest country, have produced two World Cup champion teams, and now the country is rallying behind its film business.
The current byword in Southern Europe's debt-ridden economies is "export or die," and Spanish producers have taken heed, in order to counteract uncertainty over public subsidies and plummeting TV…
Once the Cinderella of film production, Spain's animation output is now knocking on global market doors, boosted by the growing commitment of private broadcasters.
Since September, Spain has unleashed two of its three biggest movies ever: Juan Antonio Bayona's "The Impossible" with a $172.5 million gross worldwide and Andy Muschietti's Mama at $135.8 million…
France is coming off a year overshadowed by a lack of big-budget U.S. shoots. Despite this drought, Gallic player Luc Besson has managed to feed the pipeline of his 9-month-old brainchild, the Cite…
Filming on a remote tropical island may less expensive and arduous than you think.