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Inside Spain’s Bid to Become the “Hollywood of Europe”

In March 2021, after months of industry talks, Spain Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez unveiled a multipronged plan to bolster the country’s audiovisual sector. Four months later, while visiting the U.S., he upped the ante by vowing to convert Spain into the “Hollywood of Europe.” His dreams appear to be — by many measures — coming […]

Malta Is Ready for Its Close-Up as a Prime International Shooting Destination

When Colin Trevorrow took the stage to receive the Film Commissioner’s Award at the inaugural Malta Film Awards on Saturday night in Valletta, he joked that when his new film Jurassic World: Dominion premieres next June, “all around the world, there will be children that are going to believe that there are dinosaurs on this […]

Mediapro Execs Explain Why Non-English Fare Is Thriving Amid ‘Parasite’ Success

The execs leading Spanish content giant Mediapro’s global expansion discuss sticking to their European roots and why non-English fare is thriving.

Berlin 2020 According to Director Isabel Coixet

Director Isabel Coixet shares her take on the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival.

Behind the Scenes of Isabel Coixet’s First TV Series, HBO Europe’s ‘Foodie Love’

Spanish director Isabel Coixet says the idea for 'Foodie Love,' the new HBO Europe series that marks her first foray into television, came naturally to her, calling it a way to "use all the years eating in the most incredible restaurants in the world, and also in the strangest places.”

Amenabar, Almodovar Top Spain’s Goya Nominations

Two film veterans lead the nominations for Spain's Goya film awards, with Alejandro Amenabar's 'While at War' receiving 17 nominations and Pedro Almodovar's 'Pain and Glory' picking up 16 nods.

European Film Awards: ‘The Favourite,’ ‘Tel Aviv on Fire’ and ‘Ditte & Louise’ Lead Comedy Nominees

Yorgos Lanthimos' The Favourite, Sameh Zoabi's 'Tel Aviv on Fire' and Niclas Bendixen's 'Ditte & Louise' are the three candidates for best European comedy at this year's European Film Awards.

European Film Awards: French Titles Dominate Animation Nominations

The European Film Academy has announced the four titles nominated for best European animated film at the 2019 European Film Awards.

European Film Academy Unveils Nominees for Discovery Award

The European Film Academy has announced the six nominees for this year's FIPRESCI Prize for European Discovery.

European Theater Chains Ban Masks, Toy Weapons at ‘Joker’ Screenings

Theater chains in Spain and Italy have banned masks and toy guns from screenings of 'Joker,' eliciting a range of responses from spectators on social media.

Spain’s Telefonica and Atresmedia Form Production Joint Venture to Take on Netflix

Spanish telecoms giant Telefonica, owner of pay-TV platform Movistar+, is setting up a production joint venture aimed at challenging Netflix's dominance in the international market for Spanish-language films and TV series.

San Sebastian Set to Play Euro-Latino Matchmaker as 2019 Fest Kicks Off

The 2019 San Sebastian International Film Festival, which kicks off today, is playing up its unique role linking up film talent and business between Europe and Latin America.