NALA Films has tapped Norberto Lopez Amado, who helmed the Spanish hit “They’re Watching Us” (Nos Miran), to direct Night of Light, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The film is a supernatural horror that centers on a man who was orphaned and raised by two priests. He goes to a small town with them to assist in what he thinks in an exorcism in the town. But a strange turn of events follows. The news follows NALA’s recent signing of Columbian director Simon Brand for the film adaptation of “La Magdalena” in its efforts to develop a new creative platform for young Latin-American directors.