‘Walls Can Talk,’ Carlos Saura’s Latest Film, Brought Onto the Market as the Director Turns 91, Highlighted by Ventana Sur

Variety By Holly Jones Link click here Following a successful festival circuit run after its world premiere at San Sebastian, Madrid-based Latido Films is bringing Carlos Saura’s (“Carmen”) inquisitive documentary “Walls Can Talk” (“Las Paredes Hablan”) to Buenos Aires. Screening as a highlight of Ventana’s Sur’s Spanish Screenings On Tour strand, which seeks to capture the country’s extraordinary…

Latido Films seals US deal on ‘The Beasts’ at Ventana Sur (exclusive)

Screendaily By Emilio Mayorga Link click here Antonio Saura’s Latido Films has licensed all US rights on Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s psychological thriller and Cannes Directors’ Fortnight selection The Beasts – one of the standouts at last week’s Ventana Sur market – to Los Angeles-based Greenwich Entertainment. The film screened in Buenos Aires under the auspices of Spanish Screenings on…

Latido Re-Teams with Santiago Segura, Atresmedia, Warner on Spanish Box Office Hit ‘The Kids Are Alright 2’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Variety By Emiliano De Pablos Link click here Following the successful path plowed by the first part of the saga, Madrid-based Latido Films has taken international sales rights outside Spain and Latin America to “A todo tren 2” (“The Kids Are Alright 2”), the latest family comedy from “Torrente” creator-star Santiago Segura, one of the biggest comedic talents…

Pedro Almodovar Endorses Alauda Ruiz De Azua’s ‘Lullaby’: ‘It’s the Best Spanish Debut For Years’ (EXCLUSIVE)

VARIETY BY Emilio Mayorga Link click here Pedro Almodóvar has put his considerable weight behind Spaniard Alauda Ruiz de Azúa’s first feature, ”Lullaby” (“Cinco Lobitos”) as it has initiated a spirited run at Spain’s box office. “It is undoubtedly the best debut in Spanish cinema for years,” Almodóvar announced in a statement, describing the mother-daughter relationship drama…

Berlin Generation Title ‘Sica’ Swooped On by Latido Films (EXCLUSIVE)

Berlin Generation Title ‘Sica’ Swooped On by Latido Films (EXCLUSIVE)

Variety By John Hopewell Link click here In the run-up to February’s Berlin Film Festival, Madrid-based Latido Films has pounced on “Sica,” the fiction feature debut of Carla Subirana, one of a hard-to-miss vibrant new generation of Barcelona-based women directors and producers now galvanizing the Catalan film scene. In a frequent alignment between the two companies, Spanish distribution will be…

Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s ‘The Beasts’ and Remake Rights Drive Latido Films’ Raft of Cannes Slate Sales  (EXCLUSIVE)

Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s ‘The Beasts’ and Remake Rights Drive Latido Films’ Raft of Cannes Slate Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

VARIETY BY Emiliano de Pablos Link click here Suggesting an appreciable recovery in the dynamism of international film markets, Madrid-based Latido Films has unveiled a raft of deals on its Cannes line-up, led by standout sales for Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s Cannes Premiere player “The Beasts.”  The Spain-set rural thriller was acquired by Movies Inspired in Italy and Imagine in…

Latido Films boards Berlinale Generation Kplus title ‘L’Amour Du Monde’, unveils first trailer (EXCLUSIVE)

Screendaily By Emilio Mayorga Link click here Screen can exclusively reveal the first trailer for Swiss director Jenna Hasse’s Berlinale Generation Kplus competitor L’Amour du Monde (Longing For The World), which Spain’s Latido Films has boarded for international sales. Latido has already inked an early deal for distribution of L’Amour du Monde in Germany with Mindjazz Pictures. The…

Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s ‘The Beasts’ Sweeps Spain’s Goya Awards

Variety By John Hopewell Link click here Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s modern-day feminist Western, “The Beasts,” already a box office breakout in France and Spain, swept nine prizes including film, director, and original screenplay on Saturday at a celebratory 37th Goya Awards, given Spain’s big fest prizes and rally at its home box office. The upbeat mood was…

‘As Bestas’ de Rodrigo Sorogoyen entra en el ‘Top 10’ de Francia en su primer fin de semana en los cines

‘As Bestas’ de Rodrigo Sorogoyen entra en el ‘Top 10’ de Francia en su primer fin de semana en los cines

Audiovisual 451 Por Redacción AV451 Link click here ‘As Bestas’, la nueva película de Rodrigo Sorogoyen se estrenó en cines en Francia el pasado 20 de julio y ha entrado en el ‘Top 10’ de los filmes más vistos de la cartelera francesa con 72 mil espectadores. En París, ha alcanzado la tercera posición del ranking de…

‘As bestas’ triunfa en los Goya de Carlos Saura

‘As bestas’ triunfa en los Goya de Carlos Saura

EL PAIS Link click here As bestas, de Rodrigo Sorogoyen, ha ganado esta noche nueve premios en la 37ª gala de los premios Goya. Una gala “impregnada de Carlos Saura”, como había dicho la directora Carla Simón al conocer el fallecimiento de uno de sus maestros. Sus nietos fílmicos, creadores como Sorogoyen, Simón, Alberto Rodríguez (cuya película Modelo…

THE EMPLOYER AND THE EMPLOYEE: Oscars best international feature 2023

SCREENDAILY Link click here Entries for the 2023 Oscar for best international feature are underway, and Screen is profiling each one on this page. Scroll down for profiles of each Oscar entry An international feature film is defined as a feature-length motion picture produced outside the US with a predominantly (more than 50%) non-English dialogue track and…

LULLABY & THE BEASTS,  Preselected Oscars best international feature 2023

LULLABY & THE BEASTS, Preselected Oscars best international feature 2023

ACADEMIA DE CINE DE ESPAÑA Link click here Alcarràs, de Carla Simón, As bestas, de Rodrigo Sorogoyen, y Cinco lobitos, de Alauda Ruiz de Azúa, son las tres cintas preseleccionadas para representar a España en la 95 edición de los Premios Oscar, que se celebrará el 12 de marzo de 2023. El próximo 13 de septiembre se conocerá la decisión…

‘Unfinished Affairs’: Malaga Review

Screen Daily By JONATHAN HOLLAND Link click here Juan Miguel del Castillo’s second feature is a Spanish thriller that critiques the male violence of its genre A hard-boiled thriller that also represents a critique of the machista assumptions underlying hard-boiled thrillers, Juan Miguel del Castillo’s second feature Unfinished Affairs sees two lost souls – a victim of domestic…

Juan Miguel del Castillo on giving voice to victims of violence in Spanish thriller ‘Unfinished Affairs’

Screen Daily BY ELISABET CABEZA Link click here Spanish thriller Unfinished Affairs premieres in competition at the Malaga Film Festival this week, marking the second feature of director Juan Miguel del Castillo. It is also one of three titles receiving special ‘market premieres’ in the festival’s Spanish Screenings industry event by sales outfit Latido Films. The film stars…

‘Lullaby,’ ‘Utama’ Sweep Spain’s Supersized Malaga Festival

‘Lullaby,’ ‘Utama’ Sweep Spain’s Supersized Malaga Festival

Variety By John Hopewell, Pablo Sandoval Link click here Two hotly-favored competition frontrunners, Spain’s motherhood-focused “Lullaby” and “Utama,” shot on an awe-inspiring Bolivian Altiplano, swept the board at a historic, 25th Málaga Film Festival which said a lot about the current state of the Spanish film industry.  Running March 18-26, the Festival proved a vibrant affair,…

Juan Torres de Latido Films: La vuelta a la presencialidad da mucho dinamismo a la distribución

Juan Torres de Latido Films: La vuelta a la presencialidad da mucho dinamismo a la distribución

vía PRODU By Liz Unamo Link click here Juan Torres, responsable de Ventas Internacionales de Latido Films, una distribuidora de cine y TV de habla hispana, está en MAFIZ con un paquete de películas españolas y latinoamericanas. Los thrillers La maniobra de la tortuga (dirigida por Juan Miguel de Castillo) y Llegaron de noche (dirigida por Imanol Uribe), el…

‘Lullaby’: Malaga Review

‘Lullaby’: Malaga Review

Screendaily BY JONATHAN HOLLAND Link click here Alauda Ruiz de Azúa’s debut is an absorbing mother-daughter drama set on the Basque coast Tender-hearted and acutely observed, Alauda Ruiz de Azúa’s debut Lullaby is an absorbing if flawed mother-daughter drama. Lullaby is about a woman who, after having a child of her own, reaches a new affinity with her mother: hardly a…

‘Virus-32’ Review: Bloody and Sensational Uruguayan Zombie Horror

DREADCENTRAL BY Chad Collins  Link click here Virus-32 is undoubtedly one of the most original zombie offerings in recent years. The modern zombie is Danny Boyle’s zombie movie. While technically not zombies but instead those infected with the aggression-inducing rage virus, Boyle and 28 Days Later writer Alex Garland subverted undead tropes with a legion of fast-moving,…

Sony Pictures Nabs Latin American Rights to Cabral’s ‘Hotel Coppelia’ from Latido (EXCLUSIVE)

Sony Pictures Nabs Latin American Rights to Cabral’s ‘Hotel Coppelia’ from Latido (EXCLUSIVE)

Variety Link: https://variety.com/2022/film/global/sony-pictures-hotel-coppelia-latido-films-1235185751/https://acortar.link/SQYqkg Closing in on one of the leading voices in Caribbean cinema, Sony Pictures Television has acquired from Latido Films Latin American rights to “Hotel Coppelia,” directed by Dominican filmmaker José María Cabral. Produced by Santo Domingo-based Rafael Elías Muñoz at Lantica Media and Cabral’s outfit Tabula Rasa, “Hotel Coppelia” is a real events-inspired drama, set during…