Daniel Monzon's "Cell 211" dominated nominations for the 2010 Spanish Academy Goya Awards.
Spain delivered the madre of all box-office grosses in 2009, an all-time record of around Euros675 million ($965.25 million), according to Nielsen EDI in Spain.
Pablo Trapero's "Carancho" and Pablo Stoll's "Tres" are among 40 co-productions that will receive coin from film fund Ibermedia.
Pilar Lopez de Ayala ("Mad Love") and Ricardo Trepa are attached to topline "The Strange Case of Angelica," the next feature by Portuguese helmer Manoel de Oliveira, who turned 101 on Friday.
Pau Freixas' "Heroes" and Agusti Villaronga's "Black Bread" drew buyer attention at the first Catalan Screenings in Paris.
Chilean Sebastian Silva's "La nana" wins big at the 35th Huelva Ibero-American Film Fest.
Spain's Vertice 360 film and TV holding will merge its two distribs, Notro and Manga, to create Vertice Cine.
Two Spanish movies are rewriting recent B.O. record books in the territory.
Four first films and five second ones feature in the 12-title competish lineup of the 35th Huelva Ibero-American Film Festival.
"Harragas," an immigration drama helmed by Algeria's Merzak Allouache, won the Golden Palm Tree and E40,000 ($60,000) at the 30th Valencia Mostra, which wrapped Saturday.
Woody Allen's London-set movie "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger" will be co-produced by Antena 3 Films, the pic production arm of Spanish broadcaster Antena 3.