As the impact of big international shoots grows in Spain, local authorities are realizing the value of boosting film commission activities in their territories. Madrid's regional government launched…
Since the late 1950s countless large and sometimes legendary Hollywood films have been shot in or near Madrid. Samuel Bronston-produced blockbusters, Anthony Mann's "The Fall of the Roman Empire" and…
In the wake of energizing tax incentives for international productions that launched in Spain in early 2015, the region of Madrid, the country's main film-TV hub, is undergoing substantial growth as…
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MADRID — "Mariah Mundi and the Midas Box," "A Gun in Each Hand" and "Inevitable" proved standouts at this week's Madrid de Cine-Spanish Film Screenings, Spain's biggest annual film market for Spanish…
Daniel Calparsoro's "Combustion," Joan Cutrina’s "Alpha" and Santiago Tabernero’s "Inside Love" will screen at next week's 8th Madrid de Cine-Spanish Film Screenings, Spain's biggest annual…
Liz Flahive, a producer and writer on the hit Showtime series “Nurse Jackie,” wrote “The Madrid,” a dull domestic drama about a middle-aged woman who inexplicably walks out on her family. Edie…
Madrid's Media Business School, one of Europe's leading film-TV biz training orgs, is launching a new initiative: Audiovisual Strategic Business Planning.
A defiantly retro item from a onetime Oscar winner (for 1982's "Begin the Beguine"), helmer Jose Luis Garci's "Holmes & Watson: Madrid Days" has little going for it except curiosity value.
"The passing of time is the only theme," declares the hard-bitten protag of "Madrid, 1987," and considering that the film consists almost entirely of a monologue in a grimy bathroom, the time passes…
Jaume Balaguero's "Sleep Tight," Eduardo Chapero-Jackson's "Verbo" and Antonio Trashorras' "Blind Alley" will be among the standouts at the 6th Madrid de Cine-Spanish Film Screenings.