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Sogecine Spain's go-to producer

5 September 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

MADRID -- When Antonio Banderas announced he would produce and direct his second feature, Summer Rain, in Spain, Spanish production houses lined up to woo the actor-turned-Hollywood star. But it raised few eyebrows when Sogecine took the prize. The movie production wing of film and TV powerhouse Sogecable has forged a reputation as the co-production partner of choice for Spain's international directors. Alejandro Amenabar (The Others), Alex de la Iglesia (Ferpect Crime), Julio Medem (Sex and Lucia), Fernando Leon (Mondays in the Sun) and Isabel Coixet (The Secret Life of Words) are some of the top-drawer auteur directors who have opted to produce their films through Sogecine, now Spain's most prolific producer. Penelope Cruz, who launched her own production label, dubbed 88, in May, says she will also co-produce her first feature, Passion India, with the company. It's not surprising when you look at the company's 10-year track record that reads like a who's who in modern Spanish cinema, Pedro Almodovar being the one notable absentee. »

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Sogecine Spain's go-to producer

5 September 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

MADRID -- When Antonio Banderas announced he would produce and direct his second feature, Summer Rain, in Spain, Spanish production houses lined up to woo the actor-turned-Hollywood star. But it raised few eyebrows when Sogecine took the prize. The movie production wing of film and TV powerhouse Sogecable has forged a reputation as the co-production partner of choice for Spain's international directors. Alejandro Amenabar (The Others), Alex de la Iglesia (Ferpect Crime), Julio Medem (Sex and Lucia), Fernando Leon (Mondays in the Sun) and Isabel Coixet (The Secret Life of Words) are some of the top-drawer auteur directors who have opted to produce their films through Sogecine, now Spain's most prolific producer. Penelope Cruz, who launched her own production label, dubbed 88, in May, says she will also co-produce her first feature, Passion India, with the company. It's not surprising when you look at the company's 10-year track record that reads like a who's who in modern Spanish cinema, Pedro Almodovar being the one notable absentee. »

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Wagner heads Lion of the Future jury

10 May 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

ROME -- The Venice Film Festival has named producer Paula Wagner to head the jury voting on the Lion of the Future prize, which is awarded to the festival's best debut film. The festival also appointed German director Philip Groening to head the jury that will select the winner of the Horizons competition for films illustrating new trends in cinema. Wagner was the producer on two films in current distribution: Mission: Impossible III and Ask the Dust. She also produced Elizabethtown, The Last Samurai, and both previous editions of Mission: Impossible. Wagner has worked in the past with emerging new directors such as Billy Ray (on Shattered Glass) and Alejandro Amenabar (on The Others). The Lion of the Future prize gives €100,000 ($127,000) and 20,000 meters of Kodak film stock to the best first feature presented at the festival. Groening directed the documentary Into Great Silence which premiered at the Venice festival last year. The 63rd edition of the Venice festival will run from Aug. 30 to Sept. 9. »

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