Who said there's no such thing as bad publicity? Bowed March 25 in Spain by broadcaster Antena 3, "Cambio radical," the Spanish reversion of "Extreme Makeover," is raising a storm in Spain.
Santiago Segura, the scumbag cop of Spain's "Torrente" film saga, zaps frantically among TV channels. He's got days to piece together his latenight yakker "Sabias a lo que Venias" for broadcaster La…
Alejandro Amenabar co-scribe Mateo Gil is teaming with Spain's Sogecine and Ariete-Ariane and Portugal's Take 2000 to write and direct a bigscreen adaptation of Juan Rulfo's novel "Pedro Paramo," a…
Spain's enterprising Egeda, the producers' rights collection society, has launched Filmotech.com, a VOD service for Spanish films.
Underscoring its cosmopolitan reach and taste, the Las Palmas Intl. Film Festival shared out its major awards on Saturday between budding directors from three vibrant national movie industries.
Spain's right-wing People's Party, the main political opposition, is boycotting the country's biggest media group, the left-leaning Prisa.
After years of hard pounding in one of Europe's toughest pay TV markets, there's blue sky for Sogecable, Spain's major pay TV operator.
The Spanish government pulled back Friday from approving the first stage of its draft film law, which envisages tax breaks for Spain.
The mist is lifting over Spain's recently announced film tax breaks following government clarification about how the breaks would work in practice.
Building its portfolio for Cannes, Spanish consortium 6 Sales has taken international rights to "Fuerte Apache" (Fort Apache), a social drama from helmer Jaume Mateu Adrover.
The Spanish government has promised new tax breaks for local pic production. But bizzers are not celebrating yet. The announcement has left the local film industry more miffed than merry as it awaits…