The first edition of Conecta Fiction, a pioneering TV co-production and networking event aimed at connecting the European, Latin American and the U.S. Hispanic markets, will run June 21-23 in the…
MADRID -- At least 35 indie French distributors will huddle with Spanish film sales agents at Friday's Rendez-vous a l'Opera!, a highly-effective export platform for Spanish movies targeting their…
Collapsing theatrical windows, vanishing DVD revenues, rampant piracy and a worldwide recession -- it's a scary time for the international sales business.
Market preems of DeAPlaneta Intl. laffer "Que se mueran los feos" and Imagina Intl. Sales astronaut docu "Son & Moon" are among highlights at the fifth edition of Madrid de Cine.
Paramount Pictures, Lionsgate and HBO will be among U.S. buyers at the third edition of the Madrid de Cine-Spanish Film Screenings, which takes place June 8-10.
The Spanish Institute for Trade (ICEX) will invest Euros 20 million ($28.8 million) over 2007-09 to aid the export of Spain's film, TV, music, publishing and education industries.
With more than a year still to go, 90 television, music and digital content companies have signed up for new industry event Amazia, which launches Nov. 17-20, 2008 at Hong Kong's Convention and…
London-based sales vet Aline Perry dreams of the day the U.K. launches an equivalent of France's film export agency Unifrance or Italy's Italia Cinema.
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