Fernando Bovaira's Mod Producciones and Telecinco Cinema have joined Alejandro Amenabar's shingle Himenoptero to produce "El Mal ajeno," helmed by Oskar Santos.
The head of the San Sebastian Film Festival is threatening to resign if his budget is slashed.
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp, one of France's biggest movie producers, is on a smallscreen role.
Confirming a new direction for the Seville European Film Festival, Solveig Anspach's memorably kooky comedy "Back Soon" took the Andalusian fest's top Golden Giraldillo.
Spain's piracy-crunched film industry is sheltering in a safer haven -- TV production.
Europe's biggest entertainment group, Vivendi, is riding out the economic storm, and remains on course to hit its financial targets.
In its latest push into Europe, Brazil's Gullane Films is re-teaming with helmer Hector Babenco on "A Brasileira" (The Brazilian), a drama based on true events that took place in 1990s Spain.
French thriller "La Traque" (The Hunt), about the pursuit of former Gestapo officer Klaus Barbie, topped the 6th ZoomIgualada European TV Movies Festival, which wrapped Sunday.
Joining a growing posse of overseas oaters, Argentina's Boya Films and Spain's KV Entertainment will produce "Aballay," a "gaucho Western" set on the Argentine Pampa in the early 1800s.
Rinko Kikuchi and Sergi Lopez will star in Isabel Coixet's "Map of the Sounds of Tokyo," the Spanish director's follow-up to Penelope Cruz starrer "Elegy."