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.
One of the grand old men of Spanish cinema, Francisco Rabal, died Wednesday afternoon while returning from a tribute to him at the Montreal Film Festival.
Scaring up $14.1 million its first weekend, Alejandro Amenabar's retro chiller "The Others" is now the highest-grossing Spanish-backed movie ever in the U.S. And it may be a harbinger of bigger…
During Spain's sacred August recess, the figures that any self-regarding TV topper normally studies are walking past on a beach. One of Spain's three pay TV operators, Quiero, has just spoiled that.
Productora Extremena de Television, which is 51% owned by Spanish media giant Prisa, has won a franchise to operate a regional TV feed for Extremadura, western Spain.
Spanish digital terrestrial pay TV operator Quiero is facing a crisis after media group Planeta revealed that it will not take part in a 12 billion peseta ($63.2 million) capital increase.
The long-discussed production-distribution alliance between Italy's publishing and video distrib giant De Agostini and Spanish media company Planeta is very close to reality -- and the estimated…
Spanish media and publishing giant the Prisa Group has sold its Internet service provider (ISP) Inicia to European sector leader Tiscali for Euro8.2 million ($7.1 million).