"The Way," Emilio Estevez's fourth feature as a writer-director, begins at the Camino de Santiago's start, in St.-Jean-Pied-de-Port.
This decade, and especially 2009, has seen a Camino production surge.
Founded in 1984 and topped by CEO and co-founder Gil Santos, Ecofilmes is one of Portugal's leading pic distributors and videogame market leaders, with total revenues hitting $44 million in 2008.
The Portuguese government has revealed that it will veto a mooted E150 million ($210 million) deal for Portugal Telecom to take a 30% stake in Media Capital, owned by Spain's Prisa.
Cannes Competition player "Map of the Sounds of Tokyo," from helmer Isabel Coixet and shot entirely in Tokyo in Japanese and English, forms part of an ambitious growth strategy for Barcelona-based…
The 29th Fantasporto Oporto Film Festival, Portugal's biggest fest, wrapped Sunday with Bill Plympton's animation feature "Idiots and Angels" taking the Grand Prize and screenplay award in the…
On Dec. 11, Portugal's Manoel de Oliveira, the world's only working director from the silent era, turned 100. He celebrated with chocolate cake on the Lisbon suburb set of his latest film…
Prisa, Spain's biggest media company, is angling to push into international telenovela production with its epic "Equador" (Ecuador).