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Torrente, saviour of the Spanish film industry

Torrente takes yet another swing at Spanish box-office records.

Santiago Segura’s latest film following the antics of a sexist, racist, cowardly anti-hero is breaking box-office records. And there’s even talk of it making the transition to Hollywood.

March 31st, 2011 | Posted in Culture, Films | Read More »

Industry infighting spices up Spanish cinema awards

The Goya awards are being overshadowed by the illegal downloading issue.

Spats, walk-outs, and mystery over who is going to present the ceremony: this year’s Goyas have more than their fair share of baggage.

February 8th, 2011 | Posted in Culture, Films | Read More »

Lost at sea in the fight against digital piracy

New legislation aimed at fighting digital piracy is stirring controversy, but will shutting down websites directing users to download illegal copies of movies, games and songs halt a trend that has led to Spain being blacklisted as a haven of modern-day Blackbeards and Captain Morgans?

April 5th, 2010 | Posted in Business | Read More »

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