Spain's dominant pay-TV player Sogecable and by far its biggest telco, Telefonica, have joined forces to create a joint venture triple-play package.
At 11 p.m. last Monday, Madrid's Morasol Cinemas should have been halfway through its late-night session. Instead, a metal awning was padlocked over the six-plex's entrance.
French auteur Philippe Garrel will be the subject of a retrospective at the 55th San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival, which runs Sept. 20 - 29.
The Sitges Intl. Film Festival of Catalonia, Europe's oldest and biggest fantasy fest, will open its 40th edition with Juan Antonio Bayona's admired chiller "The Orphanage," godfathered by Guillermo…
Cecsa, the film and TV subsid holding of Spanish high-tech, telco and media group Avanzit, will seek to hit the stock market as early as this summer, exec prexy Jose Maria Irisarri told Daily Variety.
"Lampa cu caciula" (The Tube With a Hat), a simple but trenchant slice of tawdry Romanian neo-realism, won international pic at the 35th Huesca Intl. Film Festival, one of Southern Europe's premier…
Savaged by piracy and softened by poorly perfing local pics, Spanish box office grosses through June 3 were 2.4% down year-on-year to Euros 247.6 million ($329.3 million), according to Nielsen EDI…
The big buzz at last week's Madrid de Cine-Spanish Film Screenings wasn't on a film, but new tax breaks. For years, Pedro Perez, prexy of Spain's Fapae producers association, has railed about the…
Antonio Banderas' production shingle Green Moon Producciones is in talks with Spanish animation studios Kandor Graphics to form a longterm production alliance.
Most Spanish cinemas will close June 18 in protest at Spain's new draft film law. The one-day strike will be backed by most of Spain's mainstream cinema loops, including Yelmo, Cinesa, Abaco-Cinebox…
Madrid's CNMV stock market regulator suspended trading Thursday morning on Prisa and Sogecable, Spain's two biggest media companies, after remarks by Prisa CEO Juan Luis Cebrian intimating that Prisa…