Spain's biggest cinema circuit, Central de Actividades y Exhibicion Cinematograficas (CAEC) has become the first Spanish exhibition loop to bow a French-style cinema loyalty card.
Spain will organize two film congresses as part of its presidency of the European Union in the first half of 2002.
In a move to build its expanding operations, Admira, the powerful film and TV subsid of giant Spanish telco Telefonica, has named Gonzalo Sada director of corporate marketing and brand management.
Andres Vicente Gomez, Spain's most internationally aggressive producer, is negotiating an exit from the country's leading media conglom Admira, in what could be the most talked about local showbiz…
Like "Big Brother" in 2000, hit reality show "Operacion Triunfo" has hit critical mass in Spain, becoming a sociological phenomenon and a franchise.
Spanish distrib Manga Films has sealed a strategic alliance with commercial web Antena 3 and satcaster Via Digital after months of negotiations.
Buyers at the Lanzarote Spanish Film Screenings came away from the meet with the belief that a clutch of new Spanish pics could clinch major territory sales next year. Held on the Atlantic island of…
MADRID -- L.A.-based Menemsha Entertainment has nabbed worldwide sales outside Argentina and Spain for Juan Jose Campanella's "El hijo de la novia" ("The Son of the Bride").
Spain looks set to enjoy its 13th successive year of rising cinema admissions, and its best year for tickets sold since 1983.
The Spanish entertainment industry has set up the Anti-Piracy Board (Mesa Anti-Pirateria) to fight rampant rights ripoffs, which cost the industry $700 million last year.
Miguel Perello, one of Spain's best-known young producers, is prepping his directorial debut, "All Lies" ("Todas las mentiras").