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  • 'Invisible,' 'Tabija,' 'The Darkness' Set For Cannes Atelier

    PARIS - Pablo Giorgelli's "Invisible," Igor Drljaca's "Tabija" and Daniel Castro Zimbron's "The Darkness" (pictured, in concept art) are among 15 projects that will be pitched at the Cannes Festival's 10th Cinefondation-Atelier, a co-production mart and...
  • Revolutionary Opera Director Gerard Mortier Dies at 70

    Gerard Mortier, a Belgian opera director whose nonconformist style often grated the tradition-bound elite and who became a fiercely avant-garde impresario, has died. He was 70. Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo made the announcement Sunday, and the country's...
  • Flamenco Guitarist Paco de Lucia Dies at 66

    Paco de Lucia, one of the world's greatest guitarists who dazzled audiences with his lightning-speed flamenco rhythms and finger work, has died in Mexico, Spanish officials said Wednesday. He was 66. De Lucia suffered a heart attack while on vacation...
  • Film Review: 'Falling Star'

    A hothouse fantasy rather than a historical biopic, Lluis Minarro's "Falling Star" is ostensibly about the brief reign of Amadeo of Savoy as king of Spain in the 1870s, but in truth Minarro, best known as producer, is interested in a surreal-absurdist...
  • Berlin -- 'Love' Conquers New Territories, 'Linsanity' Bounces on

    HONG KONG - Gay drama "Love Is Strange," starring John Lithgow and Ira Sachs, will play new dates in Europe. Following its appearance at Berlin's European Film Market, the pic was licensed to Spain's Golem Distribucion, Italy's Koch Media, Portugal's...
  • Tejeringos and chocolate, a delightful Spanish treat

    Tejeringos and chocolate, a delightful Spanish treat
    In honor of my youngest son, Leo, traveling to Spain with his school last week, I was inspired to look through old pictures from when I lived there during my own high school years. Though I was born in Seattle and my family is Italian-American (with...
  • 'Canes hoops team to play summer tour in Spain

    Miami's basketball team is in the home stretch of the regular season, but the Hurricanes already know how they'll be preparing for next season.  Friday, the team announced it plans to play a 10-day, four-game summer tour in Spain this August. The...
  • FremantleMedia Creates Spain-Based Operation, Taps Nathalie Garcia

    MADRID - FremantleMedia is setting up shop directly in Spain, tapping seasoned TV executive Nathalie Garcia to head up a new Madrid-based office as CEO. Garcia will report directly to FremantleMedia CEO Cecile Frot Coutaz. She is charged with the...
  • Tax probes deepen for Barcelona soccer club over Neymar deal

    Two months after the European Union and the Spanish government clashed over allegations seven Spanish clubs received billions of dollars in improper tax breaks, a Madrid court has charged the Barcelona team with tax fraud over the transfer of Brazilian...
  • Debra Messing to Star in NBC's Greg Berlanti Drama Pilot

    Debra Messing has landed the lead role in NBC drama pilot "The Mysteries of Laura," Variety has confirmed. Messing will play Detective Laura Diamond, a female homicide detective who can handle criminals -- but not her hell-raising twin children....
  • New Haruki Murakami novel to be released in U.S. on Aug. 12

    New Haruki Murakami novel to be released in U.S. on Aug. 12
    Haruki Murakami’s next novel will be published in the United States on Aug. 12, A.A. Knopf announced Tuesday. “Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage,” sold more than 1 million copies the first week of its release in...