This year's sober MipDoc underscored some challenging changes rocking the documentary biz and a feeding frenzy for current affairs programs.
Spain's March 14 general elections turned on the role of the media, particularly alleged attempts by government-controlled pubcaster RTVE to downplay Al Qaeda's connections to the Madrid train…
Just two weeks after commuter train bombings in Madrid left 202 people dead, a locally based group of cineastes has announced an omnibus docu as a response to the tragedy.
The wrangle between Miramax and Spain's Manga over the distribution of Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill" in Spain rumbles on, following a Barcelona court's acceptance of Manga's civil law suit, lodged…
Making its world bow in commercial cinemas, Pedro Almodovar's "Bad Education" notched up a first weekend €1,180,000 ($1,456,120) over March 19-21 in Spain.
One week before Spain's general elections, director Vicente Aranda ("Mad Love," "Carmen") was considering exile. He feared reprisals for having shot a short in the anti-government docu "Hay Motivo"…
Left-leaning stars and creatives in Hollywood often worry about the negative impact their political stance might have on their box office.
Spectators entering the opening-night screening of Pedro Almodovar's "Bad Education" in Spain were pelted by coins and eggs as a group of some 50 right-wing radicals staged a street protest outside…
Oliver Stone has lost the first round of his battle to halt the Spanish DVD/video distribution of "Comandante," his polemical documentary on Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.
Spanish private broadcaster Telecinco will launch an initial public offering of 35% of its shares before the end of the year, its board announced Wednesday.
For eight years, Spain's ruling Popular Party has been accused of manipulating the media. During Sunday's general elections in Spain, the practice came back to haunt it.