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Plucky Frenchwoman wages campaign to bring ‘original version’ movies to Spain’s Ronda – ‘pour l’amour’

RONDA’S main cinema is set to show its first ever ‘original version’ movie without dubbing this week, thanks to one expat resident - and...

Hollywood star Tom Hardy signs autographs during filming break in Spain’s Murcia region

MOVIE STAR Tom Hardy- one of the name's touted as the next big screen James Bond- took a break from shooting his third Venom...

Javier Bardem to receive career achievement award at San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain

JAVIER BARDEM will be presented with the Donostia Award, a prestigious career achievement prize, at the 71st staging of the San Sebastian Film Festival...

A hundred short films from 17 countries selected for Alicante International Film Festival on Spain’s Costa Blanca

A HUNDRED short films from 17 countries have been chosen for screening at this June's Alicante International Film Festival. Judges had to sift through over...

Spain bumps up tax breaks to entice more international film and TV productions

SPAIN has announced bigger tax breaks to woo more international TV and movie producers to the country. As of January 1, tax rebates on international...

Guy Ritchie film starring Jake Gyllenhaal to shoot in Spain with base in Alicante area football stadium car park

A blockbuster thriller movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal will have its location base at a Petrer sports stadium car park. 'The Interpreter' will be directed by...

Javier Bardem-starring movie scoops record number of Goya award nominations in Spain

A film starring Javier Bardem has broken a Goya record by getting 20 nominations for the prestigious Spanish Film Academy awards. The Good Boss(El Buen...

Film fans: How Spain’s Castilla y Leon became the location for some of the greatest movies ever

FILM buffs should head to Castilla y Leon this summer for a series of talks about how the region became the chosen location for...

‘The Girls’: Convent-school drama by first-time female director scoops Spain’s top film prize

The Girls, a coming of age drama by a first time female feature film director has scooped the best film award in the 2021...

Spanish and UK moviegoers both consider same film to be the most scary

THIS WEEKEND sees the American tradition of Hallowe’en taking over TV schedules and social media content. Despite social-distancing guidelines, many family groups will still be...

REVEALED: The Top Ten most confusing films in history

AS ANOTHER Hollywood blockbuster is released leaving audiences perplexed, research has revealed the Top Ten Most Confusing Movies. Directed by the acclaimed Christopher Nolan, ‘Tenet’...

Cinemas across Spain’s Malaga to reopen from TODAY

The establishments will reopen applying the appropriate safety measure to ensure ‘maximum security to customers and employees'

Top 10 best sports films to watch in Spain during the coronavirus lockdown

DURING the lockdown most people now spend all day at home and one of the ways to keep yourselves occupied is to watch films.

Andalucia celebrates bumper year for cinema film shoots

The diverse region became the backdrop to 1,336 films during 2016, the highest amount in 10 years

Open air films for kids returns to Benahavis

The children's summer screenings return

Spanish blockbuster El Niño movie set to make millions at box office

Spanish blockbuster El Niño takes box office by storm

Filmmaker slams Spanish government

Director hits out at austerity measures during award acceptance speech

Celebrating Andalucian audiovisual

Festival is being held at the main headquarters of the University of Sevilla

Marbella Film Festival… The next Cannes?

Post-traumatic stress syndrome and the Moors murders are just two of the themes tackled at this international festival, now in its seventh year

Pirates of the Mediterranean

With Wikipedia launching a blackout in protest over new anti-piracy legislation and with 98 per cent of music in Spain illegally downloaded, Wendy Williams looks at why piracy is such a hot topic and what the new Sinde Law means for Spain…




Skiing in Spain’s Sierra Nevada: How the ‘Costa del Ski’ is perfect for Christmas card snowscapes and adrenaline-pumping thrills

"THERE’S no way I’m skiing down that. I’ll walk up, get my ski and take the lift down," insisted my Olive Press colleague, looking...


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