MADRID — For the fourth year in a row, Mediaset Espana-owned Telecinco was the most-watched TV channel in Spain, commanding a 14.8% audience share. 2015 was the second year running of TV ad…
MADRID — Two of Spain's most powerful film companies, Spain's Apaches Entertainment and Telecinco Cinema, the film arm of Mediaset Espana, won the 2013 Fapae-Rentrak Prize for Juan Antonio Bayona's…
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…
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MADRID -- Spanish production company Telecinco Cinema is prepping two English-language pics, helmer Jorge Sanchez Cabezudo's action thriller "Air Cocaine" and bank heist "Way Down."
MADRID -- Disney Spain is entering into Spain's competitive primetime TV market teaming with Mediaset Espana to produce a local adaptation of CBS series "Ghost Whisperer."
Two of Spain's most ambitious film production companies, Telecinco Cinema and Mod Prods., have taken minority equity stakes in Bosnian war drama "Venuto al mondo" (Into the World), which stars…
Spain's Telecinco Cinema will co-produce and take Spanish free-to-air rights to 3D adventure tooner "Tad, the Lost Explorer," helmed by first-timer Enrique Gato.
There will be mergers in a period of four-to-six months and we want to marry," Jose Miguel Contreras, CEO of Spanish broadcaster La Sexta, declared in March 2009, referring to Spain's crowded TV…
Telecinco Cinema, Spain's most powerful movie producer, has inked distribution rights with Warner Bros. Pictures Intl. Spain to two upcoming Spanish pics: Enrique Urbizu's thriller "No habra paz para…
When Spanish captain Iker Casillas hoisted the World Cup into the air, you'd expect execs at Spain's Telecinco to be equally tearful with joy.
Juan Antonio Bayona and Sergio Sanchez, the director and screenwriter of "The Orphanage," are reteaming on what looks set to be Bayona's second film.