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…
Spaniard Enrique Gato will direct 3D "Capture the Flag," the biggest animated feature coming out of Spain this year, reuniting producers and talent from toon hit "Tad, the Lost Explorer," Gato's…
Incentives, treaties, soft money and straight grants help producers raise money, ink pacts
Daniel Monzon's "Cell 211," Iciar Bollain's "Even the Rain" and Andrucha Waddington's "Lope" have made the Spanish Academy's three-film shortlist for its foreign-language Oscar entry.
The cash-crunched Spanish film biz could use some hefty help, and it's about to get it courtesy of Spain's biggest company, telco giant Telefonica.
Andrucha Waddington's "Lope," which screens out of competition Saturday, may mark a milestone for the Spanish film industry.
As a good companion piece to PBS' recent "In the Company of Wolves," the animals howl again on ABC as they lope around an enormous, enclosed wilderness in Idaho's Sawtooth Mountains in an hour…
More “Lope” on Variety.com
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