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1819 articles available in total starting from 30/05/2002. Last article published on 24/11/2020.

Long Live Cinema!

Spain is the European leader in the film promotion sector, announced Carlos Rosado, the president of the Spain Film Commission in a speech he made last weekend at the General Assembly in Alicante....  

01/04/2003 | Film Commissions | Spain

A Charter of Rights For Film

Industry operators unite in a Committee in defence of Spanish cinema on the domestic market and seek government support  

31/03/2003 | Legislation | Spain

ExpoCine 2003 gets underway in Salamanca

Salamanca is hosting the 7th edition of Spanish theatrical exhibitors’ annual Expocine 2003 till 28th march. The event is organised by FEECE (the Federation of Spain’s Film Businessmen) for...  

25/03/2003 | Industry | Spain

The Almodovar Collection

Pedro Almodovar joined the ranks of this year’s leading Oscar winners when he won the prestigious Best Original Screenplay statuette for his Speak to Her. The Academy could not have signalled its...  

25/03/2003 | Directors | Spain

Almodovar's take on soccer

Two projects in the pipeline from Spanish Oscar-winning director and a documentary about Brazil's 2002 World Cup victory  

20/03/2003 | Production | Spain

Workshops in Europe

Be sure and read our Dossier about the last edition of Cartoon Finance Organised by the European Association of Animated Films, Cartoon, the next Cartoon Master seminar is scheduled to take place...  

03/03/2003 | Cartoon 2003 | Spain

Crisis? What crisis?

Cinema ticket sales in Spain last year have shown an increase, in spite of predictions of a drop in takings  

28/02/2003 | Box Office | Spain

The best Spanish-language films

New York’s film journalists’ association selected the year’s best Spanish-language titles. Juan Luis Galiardo won best actor for El caballero Don Quijote, Pedro Almodòvar won best director for...  

17/02/2003 | Awards | Spain

Bardem the drug smuggler

Pablo Escobar, head of the notorious Medellin drug cartel in Colombia is about to have his life turned into a film starring Spanish actor, Javier Bardem. After two years of negotiations, Latino...  

06/02/2003 | Production | Spain

Storm hits Academy

Marisa Paredes, the President of the Academy, is asked to resign after her controversial comments at the Goyas  

05/02/2003 | Institutions | Spain

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