SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain — Already co-producing movies – and far more than is generally imagined – in Spain and Argentina, giant Spanish telco Telefonica is stepping up to the plate, upping the coin…
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President Obama is expected to nominate HBO executive James Costos as the next U.S. ambassador to Spain, as the administration prepares to unveil a number of selections for highly sought diplomatic…
Spain's DeAPlaneta Intl. has clinched a raft of sales, including deals with key Latin American pay TV operators HBO and Lap TV.
Time Warner CFO John Martin on Monday called HBO's weekend deal with Universal "very, very advantageous," even crucial, given the mass of viewers that tune in for movies despite a constant drumbeat…
Chile's Fabula, the company behind Pablo Larrain's Cannes-winner "No," a Sony Pictures Classics U.S. pick-up, has a new film moving towards production, "La Princesita," Marialy Rivas' follow-up to…
HBO will make the Nordic region the first market where its programming will be available to consumers without requiring that they have a pay-TV subscription. The move sets HBO up to go head to head…
MADRID -- Underscoring the breakout sales potential of accessible Latin American movies, HBO has acquired U.S. pay TV rights to Julio Jorquera's Chilean title "My Last Round."
Chile's Fabula, co-producers of Abel Ferrara's competition pic "4:44 Last Day on Earth," is fast emerging as one of Latin America's most diversified film producers.
Pablo Larrain, whose "Post Mortem" plays in Venice competition today, is leading a double life.
Santiago, Chile HBO Latin America kicks off its first production in Chile this month when it begins filming drug-trafficking mini "Profugos."
Fueled by growing demand from global networks, indie producers in Mexico are pushing out of the telenovela genre.
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