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 Europe is called Tenere after the Saharan desertlocation also seen in Great Match.

Agusti Villaronga's Barbaros De Occidente(literally, Barbarians Of The West) is about an artiston a soul-searching journey in the Maghreb,co-produced by Isona Passolaof Massa D'Or. Both filmsare in early development.

"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 Argentina;and Spaniard Jaime Rosales' Hours Of The Day follow-up, La Soledad, shooting from July.