With six fiestas packed into four nights, it was remarkable that buyers at Madrid's first Spanish Film Screenings had the energy to screen and buy films -- but they did so with gusto.
Germany's EMS New Media, Japan's DEX Entertainment, Italy's Minerva and Sharada and Scandinavia's Nobel Entertainment have licensed "6 Films to Keep You Awake," a half-dozen Spanish-language TV…
The long-mooted sale of Euro TV giant Endemol by Spanish owner Telefonica finally appears to be gaining some traction. Its outcome is less clear.
Things are getting scary for the Mouse House in Spain. Spain's second biggest exhibitor-programmer, Yelmo Cineplex, is refusing to handle "Scary Movie 4," which bows in Spain on Friday, in protest at…
France's Capricci Films, a producer-distributor of art pics, has taken all French rights to Spaniard Albert Serra's "Quixote" riff, "Honor de cavalleria," which screened in Cannes' Directors…
Hiking the stakes dramatically in Spain's TV soccer wars, Mediapro, a lead shareholder in new broadcaster La Sexta, has inked all TV rights to Barcelona soccer club league matches from 2006 to 2013…
New Line Cinema, Focus Features, the Weinstein Co., Paramount Vantage, Miramax Films and HBO are among a strong U.S. company turnout announced for Madrid's Spanish Film Screenings.
Spanish real estate developer GMR has announced a new cinema loop, Lux Cinemas GMR, with plans to open 16 new cinemas housing some 160 screens under the Lux brand in the next three years.
Harold Sanchez's Madrid-based production house Iroko Films has boarded "El nino de barro," a disturbing true-life psychological thriller that marks the fiction film debut of Spanish director-producer…
Juan Riva de Aldama, the former director general of Antena 3 and Telefonica Media's New Media division, has launched production-distribution shingle MPC.
Juan Riva de Aldama, the former director general of Antena 3 and Telefonica Media's New Media division, has launched production/distribution shingle, MPC.
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