Director Luis Berlanga maintained that Spain under Franco was such an outlandish country that any realistic Spanish film would move toward surreal comedy. So it proved.
Spain's most ambitious film producer Andres Vicente Gomez and its biggest company Telefonica have jointly agreed to subscribe a €18 million ($15.8 million) funding increase for co-owned LolaFilms.
Spanish film director and exec Manuel Lombardero has sold his 7% minority stake in Lolafilms to Lola CEO Andres Vicente Gomez, closing a 20-year association with the company.
There's yet another new kid on Spain's distrib block: two Valencia-based prodcos -- Nisa and Hispanocine -- and local exhibber Cinegestion have teamed to create distribber Asfalto Distribuciones…
Spanish film legislation passed Friday looks set to add to the uncertain future of local pic production.
Telefonica is at it again: a new media boss, a new media structure, the same old media mess.
Woody Allen will receive Spain's prestigious Prince of Asturias Arts Prize in October.
It's the same old songs. But forseeably a slightly savvier Spanish cinema since Atticus Ent. and Universal Music Spain came along. In a pioneering deal for Spain, the two companies have pacted to…
Admira, the media subsid of Spanish telco Telefonica, tapped TV-film exec and politician Pedro Antonio Martin Marin as its new topper Thursday.
International players continued wheeling and dealing right up to the last moment at the Cannes Film Festival, which wrapped Saturday.