Pablo Berger's feature debut "Torremolinos 73" swept the board at the 6th Malaga Spanish Film Festival on Saturday, scooping film, director, actor (Javier Camara) and actress (Candela Pena).
In a move that is sure to energize Spain's flagging film and television sector, Barcelona-based publishing and media group Planeta has bought a controlling minority stake in Spanish broadcaster…
The Mercadoc European and Latin-American Documentary Market, which wrapped Saturday in Malaga, southern Spain, underscored the creative vitality of the genre in the Spanish-speaking world and the…
David Trueba's "Soldados de Salamina" (Salamina Soldiers) has joined the Cannes Film Festival's Un Certain Regard lineup.
French sales company Wild Bunch has acquired worldwide rights outside Spain and Argentina to Cannes Fest Un Certain Regard player, "Hoy y manana" (Today and Tomorrow), the feature film deb of…
The San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival is launching a new section, Horizontes Latinos, underscoring its commitment to Spanish-lingo and Latin-American filmmaking.
Madrid-based indie sales house Kevin Williams Associates (KWA) has picked up international sales rights outside Spain, Italy and the U.K. for one of the biggest budgeted Spanish films of the year…
Pedro and Agustin Almodovar's production house El Deseo has closed a four-pic deal with Filmanova, a burgeoning prodco in Galicia, northern Spain.
Europe's biggest broadcaster, Bertelsmann's RTL, has entered the fray for a controlling minority stake in Telefonica-owned Spanish station Antena 3.
TV deregulation has kick-started an ownership makeover in Spanish commercial broadcasting.
With TV coin so tight over much of continental Europe, co-production is more necessary than ever. That seemed a general verdict at the first EuroForum 2003 Audiovisual Co-Production Market, April 3-5.