While Mikel Olarciregui exhibits many of the traits common to men of his hometown San Sebastian -- the beard, the (slight) paunch, a surname that's an editors' nightmare, a hail-and-heartiness -- the…
Some stars -- Julie Andrews, Glenn Close, Mira Sorvino -- will not travel. A few sidebars prints may not make it, though most directors look set to attend.
Few faces -- maybe Richard Harris' -- have weathered life so much. A repentant womanizer, an unrepentant communist, in old age, Spanish actor Francisco Rabal looked like he'd come through a string of…
Columbia TriStar looks set to enter movie production in Spain following its incursion into local production in Hong Kong, Brazil and the U.K.
Blue-chip Spanish publishing and media group Correo, 25% owner of broadcaster Tele 5, has bought Spanish publishing house Prensa Espanola.
Warren Beatty will not be on hand to collect his Donostia Prize at the San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival, which begins today.
New Spanish-U.S. production company Plural Entertainment has inked a nonexclusive pact with leading Mexican indie production house Argos Comunicacion for TV and film co-productions in Spain, the U.S…
Julie Andrews has canceled her trip to the San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival (Sept. 20-29) to accept one of its prestigious lifetime achievement Donostia awards due to propriety rather than a fear…
Famed French New Wave director Claude Chabrol ("The Butcher," "The Color of Lies") will preside over this year's jury at the 49th San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival.
Black List Films, the European label of Chris and Roberta Hanley's L.A.-based Muse Prods., is looking to set up shop in Spain.
First half results for Telefonica Media, the film and TV subsid of Spanish telco giant Telefonica, reflected TM's exposure to a slowing TV ad market in Spain and Argentina.