Spain's Wanda Vision, co-producer of Panorama opening title Family Law, is preparing a new slate offilms including two features set in Africa.
Documentarian-turned-fiction-filmmaker GerardoOlivares is preparing his follow-up to BerlinaleSpecial screener The Great Match (El Gran Final) for Wanda. The road movie about Africanemigrants to
Agusti Villaronga's Barbaros De Occidente(literally, Barbarians Of The West) is about an artiston a soul-searching journey in the
"I think Africa is the new continent being incorporated into Europe; LatinAmerica is where we are," suggests Wanda chief Jose Maria Morales, avidco-producer of Latin American cinema including Daniel Burman'sFamily Law (DerechoDe Familia) and a festival powerhouse, with twoprize-winning films fresh from Rotterdam: Manuel Nieto's The Dog Pound (La Perrera) and Claudia Llosa's Madeinusa.
Other new co-productions in the works at Wanda are Carlos Sorin'sMinimal Stories follow-up Camino De San Diego, shooting this monthin