Spain's battling film industry finally has something to laugh at: a local pic revival.
Spain's Imagina Intl. Sales has tied down international sales rights to Woody Allen's still-untitled project set to roll this summer in London.
StudioCanal, Europe's biggest film company, is putting its might behind 3-D, as stereoscopic entertainment ramps up across the region.
Spain's longest-serving top TV exec, Javier Diez de Polanco, has ankled his post as head of film and TV at Prisa and CEO of Sogecable, its TV company.
David Slade, who's just been tapped to direct "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," is attached to helm "Cold Skin" for Madrid and Paris-based Kanzaman.
Francisco Ramos, one of Spain's best-known film producers, has rejoined the Zeta Group, sealing a production and consultancy deal with the Asensio family-owned Spanish conglom.
It's official: Quentin Tarantino, Ang Lee and Pedro Almodovar will face off with Jane Campion, Ken Loach, Michael Haneke and Park Chan-wook in Cannes' biggest heavyweight auteur smackdown in recent…
Bucking Spain's film credit crunch, Julio Fernandez's Barcelona-based Filmax Entertainment has clinched a seven-year refinancing agreement reportedly worth up to $200 million.
Hollywood's oasis in these troubled times has been its overseas TV biz, but there are ominous signs the U.S. companies won't be able to depend on the annual $7 billion in revenue from international…
Confirming months of speculation, Gallic broadcaster TF1 announced Friday that it's making a play for France's AB group, a large TV channel owner and rights broker.