Since September, Spain has unleashed two of its three biggest movies ever: Juan Antonio Bayona's "The Impossible" with a $172.5 million gross worldwide and Andy Muschietti's Mama at $135.8 million…
How To Shoot A Film In Spain
Sundance Selects has acquired North American rights to Chiemi Karasawa's “Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me,” a week after the documentary made its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. The film was…
The bitter battle between Europe's studios to lure big U.S. shoots has claimed a large scalp: Spain's $380 million Ciudad de la Luz.
Maybe it's the zeitgeist.
While Universal races to take advantage of Spain's tax incentives with "The Fast and the Furious 6," some studios are wary of shooting in Europe, especially its debt-wracked south, questioning…
BARCELONA -- Adrian Guerra, producer of Rodrigo Cortes' "Buried" and "Red Lights," is launching service company Ylands for shoots on the Canary Islands, adding to the rapidly building industry on the…
Security, prosperity promote more work
In 2005, the Ciudad de la Luz opened -- the studio complex, overlooking the Mediterranean near eastern Spain's Alicante region, was described as the most advanced in Europe.
A who's who in Spanish film, from line-producers to studios, tech talent, commissions, facilities houses, post-prod, co-producers and rebate sources
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