The Spanish are coming. They have little choice. The number of big pics going into production is plunging, so top Spanish movie companies are reaching out abroad for sizable, sell-able movies to…
Warner Bros. Spain
Spanish film director Juan Jose Bigas Luna, a colorful chronicler of sexual and social excess, died Friday near Tarragona, Spain, after a long battle with cancer. He was 67. It was typical of Bigas…
MADRID — Pedro power: Bucking recession and a drastic hike in Spain's cinema ticket sales tax, Pedro Almodovar's airplane-set comedy "I'm So Excited," which is distribbed by Warner Bros., world…
MADRID -- Juan Antonio Bayona's post-tsunami drama "The Impossible" has scored the biggest four-day opening ever in Spain.
Maybe it's the zeitgeist.
With Disney and Paramount having opted out of the international acquisition biz, and Fox and Sony focusing in some territories on select titles only, Warner Bros., a constant supporter of local film…
Santiago Segura's "Torrente 4: Lethal Crisis" ran up the biggest-ever opening for a Spanish film on home turf, grossing Euros8.4 million ($11.6 million) over last weekend.
Warner Bros. Ent. Espana and Spanish production giant Mediapro have signed a distribution deal for Spain.
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