Animation, which is enjoying a production boom over much of the international world, has a new promotion event: the 1st Anima'T Intl. Animation Industry Networking Summit, a spin-off from the Sitges…
Jon Daly has been tapped to topline Amazon comedy pilot “Betas.” Laffer from Michael London (“Sideways”) centers on Silicon Valley where Hobbes, played by Daly, tries to raise venture capital for his…
MADRID -- Sony Computer Entertainment Europe is teaming with BRB Internacional, one of Spain's biggest children's TV producers, to co-produce a pilot of "Invizimals," based on Sony PlayStation's…
Pinning their hopes on incremental home entertainment revenues from online distribution in Spain, Warner Bros., Walt Disney, Sony and Paramount have licensed part of their content to Spain's new…
Thriving region supplies more than half of Spain's toon output.
Disney has picked up Spanish animation producer BRB Intl.'s 3D toon series "Zoobabu," a guessing-game, for Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
High-profile U.K. animation studio Aardman has joined forces with partners in Korea and Spain to produce new tyke property "Canimals."
Short-format comedies targeting kids 6 to 11 dominated Mip Junior, the two-day tyke TV market, which wrapped Sunday in Cannes.
A Wednesday afternoon in Madrid's dog days of August. At a TV studio, 10 minutes west of the Spanish capital city, award-winning actor Carlos Hipolito, playing middle-aged Police Inspector Valle…
Catalan Films & TV turned 20 this year, and its party at Cannes in May -- music, food, dance -- proved why it's one of Europe's most energetic promotion boards.
Spain produces more hours of animation than any country in Europe except for France (149 hours in 1999). Its product is beginning to penetrate principal markets, including niche TV distribution in…
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