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Sony Pictures Releasing Takes Spain Rights to 3D Animated ‘Justin and the Knights of Valour’

The film sports a high-profile voice cast, including its producer Antonio Banderas and Rupert Everett.

Spanish Fiction Series Lead Local Broadcasters’ Ratings

Globomedia's "Aguila Roja" tops national fiction as the most watched series.

Sony Takes Home Entertainment Rights to Luk Internacional Catalogue in Spain

Starting this month, Sony will distribute titles like "Shin Chan" and "Doraemon" in Spain.

Prisa Posts Drop in Net Profit, Cites Sale of Cuatro

Advertising revenue shows slight gain from second quarter.

Imagina Sells ‘El Barco’ to Russia, Poland and Hungary

AXN takes the hot Spanish series in three countries.

Ymagis Signs Deal with Spanish Distribution Sector

Tripictures, Vertice, Alta and Wanda are some of the distributors to sign with Ymagis.

Yelmo Cines the First to Go 100% Digital in Spain

The 400-screen conversion cost $160,000 per screen and began last November.

The Eat Sheet: Where to Dine in San Sebastian, Spain Right Now

Vibrant creativity, sophisticated diners -- and the just-concluded film festival's culinary sidebar -- combine to make San Sebastian a foodie destination.

Freak Films Moves Into International Sales, Buys First Two Features

The company acquires Bernardo Arellano's "Between Night and Day" and Celia Novis' "On Vampyres and Other Symptoms."

‘Black Bread’ to Represent Spain in Bid for Oscar

Almodovar is passed over once again by the Spanish Film Academy.

Naomi Kawase to Be Honored at Mapfre’s 4+1 Film Festival

The Japanese director will see her works showcased and offer a master class in Mexico City.

U.S. Majors and Catalan Government Reach Dubbing Agreement

Deal sets a two-year experimental period and a goal of 25 titles in 2012.