SITGES, Spain -- For years now, the Internet has posed producers a seemingly impossible-to-answer question: How to monetize Web content.
France, Europe's biggest movie market, has a shot at recording the biggest B.O. year in modern times, thanks in part to an 8-year-old schoolboy.
Alejandro Amenabar's Roman-Egypt epic "Agora" has become this year's highest-grossing local film in Spain -- taking E7 million ($10.3 million) in just four days.
Stephane Courbit's burgeoning pan-European TV powerhouse Banijay Ent. has bought Nordisk Film TV, the TV production arm of Scandi giant Nordisk Film.
Danish auteur Lars von Trier's next feature film will be "Melancholia," a psychological drama-cum-disaster movie.
Mexico-based Paula Markovitch is attached to direct her feature film debut "El premio," a co-production between Mexico's Cacao Films, Argentina's Magma Cine and France's Mille et Une Productions.
In a significant addition to Spain's movie production sector, Antonia Nava and Sagrario Santorum have created Nava Entertainment, a Barcelona-based international production, directors' management and…
UK's ITV Studios has announced the creation of ITV Studios Spain in Madrid.
One of the hottest fall TV rookies, "FlashForward" has sold in more than 100 territories worldwide.
The Sitges Film Festival rounded its first bend over the weekend with a clutch of appreciated titles, led by "REC 2," and "Celda 211" (Cell 211).
The Spanish-speaking world's biggest film event, Spain's San Sebastian Festival, unspools just a half-hour south of the French border.