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Ventana Sur: FilmSharks Rolls Out ‘No Kids’ as an Original Movie and Remake (Exclusive)

2 December 2015 10:12 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Buenos Aires – Rome-based Microcinema Distribuzione has joined HBO (North America), Buena Vista Intl. (most of South America) and Spain’s Syldavia Films on the list of major territory sales for Argentine Ariel Winograd’s “No Kids,” the latest comedy produced by Argentina’s Disney-backed Patagonik, teaming with Academy Award winner Tornasol (“The Secret in Their Eyes”).

Guido Rud’s Buenos Aires based FilmSharks Intl. clinched the sales, announcing them at this week’s Ventana Sur in Buenos Aires, where “No Kids” is a Thursday screening highlight.

Bvi has also acquired Latin American TV/VOD rights. Proof that it is not only French comedies that are crossing borders, as original movies or via remake sales, in new business, France’s Albertine Productions, in association with Selective Films, has taken the Gallic remake rights to “No Kids.”

In reported sales, “No Kids” has sold to Paris Filmes, Brazil’s biggest distributor, majors included, »

- John Hopewell

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Toronto: ‘No Kids’ Sells, Engenders Remake Deals (Exclusive)

12 September 2015 5:10 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Ariel Winograd’s “No Kids,” the latest comedy from Argentina’s Disney-backed Patagonik and Tornasol (“The Secret in Their Eyes”), has closed a North America sale to HBO Films.

As announced at Cannes, Buena Vista Intl. has acquired most of South America plus Latin American TV/VOD rights.

The Disney-distribbed “No Kids” has sold about 500,000 admissions in Argentina, said Guido Rud at FilmSharks Intl., which is handling world sales.

“No Kids” has sold to Brazil’s Paris Filmes, and has also closed deals in Mexico (Corazon Films), Greece (Tanwee), Chile Peru, Ecuador (Cinecolor), Colombia (Procinal) and Central America/Caribbean (Palmera Films). Syldavia Films released recently “No Kids” in Spain to €220,000 B.O. ($226,000).

The film has Argentine Diego Peretti (“The German Doctor”) playing a divorcee who only thinks about looking after his daughter until he meets the love of his life (Spain’s Maribel Verdu, “Y tu mama tambien”). Trouble is, »

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Cannes: Bvi Takes Latin America on ‘No Kids’ (Exclusive)

13 May 2015 10:30 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Buena Vista Intl. has taken all Latin American rights to comedy “No Kids” (Sin Hijos), teaming Patagonik and Spain’s Tornasol Films, producers of the highest-grossing Argentine movies at the country’s theaters in 2008 (“The Boyfriend of My Wife”), 2009 (“The Secret of Their Eyes”), 2010 (“Just Like Me”) and 2012 (“2 + 2”).

The Patagonik-produced “Volley,” which is sold by FilmSharks and helmed by Martin Piroyasky, has been acquired for U.S. distribution by HBO. “Volley” generated more than 100,000 admissions in Argentina.

“No Kids” stars Maribel Verdu (“Y tu mama tambien”) and Diego Peretti (“The German Doctor”); Ariel Winograd (“Cheese Head,” “My First Wedding”) directs. Guido Rud’s FilmSharks Intl., the sales agent on multiple films by the Disney-backed Patagonik, will bring “No Kids” onto the international market at Cannes.

“No Kids” bows May 14 in Argentina. Peretti plays a man who, four years after divorce, thinks only about looking after his daughter until he meets »

- John Hopewell

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Cantinflas,’ ‘Gueros,’ ‘Behavior’ Play Lleida Fest

10 April 2015 1:27 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Sebastian del Amo’s “Cantinflas,” Alonso Ruizpalacios’ “Gueros” and Ernesto Daranas’ “Behavior” feature in the competition at the 21st Lleida Catalonia Latin American Film Festival, which runs April 10-17.

Lleida, alongside Andalucia’s Huelva film fest, represents the biggest showcase of Latin American pics in Spain. Fest’s official selection comprises ten films in competition.

Argentine cinema, with five titles, dominate the official selection’s list, as Argentine films score frequent distribution runs in Spain. Though the main part screen in a small number of theaters, some of them generate solid box office.

Six of the feature films vying for honors arefrom first-time directors, hinting at a seemingly bottomless Latin American new talent pool.

Standout titles in the official selection from the ever building Latin American film industry includes Oscar Jaenada-starrer “Cantiflas,” Mexico’s Oscar entry, which, distributed by Pantelion, became 2014’s second-highest-grossing foreign-language film in the U.S. »

- Emiliano De Pablos

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Jackson-Cohen, Arango, Posner Set For ‘The Healer’ (Exclusive)

16 March 2015 7:10 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Madrid – Brit actor Oliver Jackson-Cohen (NBC’s “Dracula,”  “World Without End”) will star in “The Healer,” a feel-good drama marking Spanish director Paco Arango’s follow-up to his standout 2011 debut “Maktub” that will be produced by Enrique Posner (“Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!” “Pan’s Labyrinth,” ”Justin and the Knights of Valor”).

Based on what Posner describes as a “highly personal original script,” “The Healer” is in itself a highly singular and inspiring project, yoking Arango’s love of filmmaking and his continuing life battle to help children fight cancer: A large portion of the proceeds from “The Healer” will be destined to help Paul Newman’s camps for seriously ill children (, where Arango is a board member.

Written by Arango, and set to roll June 6 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, “The Healer” is produced by Arango and Posner, using Arango’s Calcon shingle, and by »

- John Hopewell

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