Prisa, controlling shareholder of Spain's biggest pay TV platform, Digital Plus, has closed a deal with creditor banks to extend repayment of around E 2.92 billion ($3.8 billion) in debt to March…
Spain's Mediaproduccion, producer of Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" and Roman Polanski's "Carnage," has emerged from voluntary bankruptcy protection.
Spain's new Culture Minister has created considerable concern in the Spanish movie industry as it fears for the future of state film subsidies.
Thierry Fremaux, the Cannes Film Festival's delegate general since 2007, looks set to take full control at the world's premier film fest.
Studiocanal is strengthening its international operations with a double appointment that underscores growth at the pan-European film group.
France's Why Not Productions is teaming with Romania's Mobra Films and Belgium's Les Films du Fleuve, Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne's Brussels-based shingle, to produce "Provizoriu," the next film by…
France, one of Europe's biggest film markets, is on track to smash box-office revenue records in 2011, for the third year running.
The merger of Antena 3 and smaller rival La Sexta, announced Wednesday, will not lessen the new entity's appetite for product, Antena 3 CEO Silvio Gonzalez told analysts Thursday.
Helmer-scribe Fernando Spiner, whose Gaucho Western "Aballay" walked away with the lion's share of kudos at Monday's Argentine Academy awards ceremony, is adapting another Argentine classic -…
BUENOS AIRES -- Carlos Caridad Montero's "Beyond the Silicone Valley" and Nathalia Orozco's "Benghazi, Beyond the Front Line" took top honors Thursday at the third Doc Buenos Aires/Latin Side of the…
Antarctic-set "La Nada blanca" and fraud thriller "Perfidia" proved standouts at Ven TV, a landmark two-day showcase for the first fruits of a revolution in Argentine public service TV.