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Spanish cinema’s market share drops to 12.1% in 2010


The Institute of Film and Audiovisual Arts (ICAA) has announced the official figures for Spanish cinema in 2010. Although still very disappointing, they are somewhat better than those announced by unofficial sources a few weeks ago.

At 12.9m, admissions for Spanish productions fell by 4.5m compared to 2009, representing a slump of over 25%. Meanwhile, the share of viewers dropped 3.4 points, from 15.5% in 2009 to 12.1% in 2010.

Overall, 2010 was not a good year for cinema in Spain, which saw lower audience turnout for films of all nationalities. While in 2009 audience figures in theatres reached almost 110m, last year they stood at 101.5m, representing a drop of 8.5m. Comparing both sets of figures, it can be concluded that more than half of the viewers who deserted theatres in 2010 did so by spurning Spanish films.

There are few surprises among the best-performing Spanish films. Topping the rankings is Fernando González Molina’s Three Meters Above the Sky (€8.4m), followed by (more…)

24/03/2011 at 1:30 pm Leave a comment

Las cifras del cine Español


El cine español ha estrenado en 2009 en el extranjero 75 películas, de las que se ha distribuido una media de 214 copias (más del doble que el año anterior), y han recaudado 144,6 millones de euros, por encima de lo obtenido en España (104,3 millones de euros). El número de películas ha sido el 21 por ciento superior al de 2008 y han atraído a 23 millones de espectadores. (more…)

24/06/2010 at 8:39 pm Leave a comment

Hoy debut del Madrid de Cine Spanish Film Screenings


La Federación de Asociaciones de Productores Audiovisuales (FAPAE) ha presentado hoy la quinta edición de Madrid de Cine Spanish Film Screenings, una plataforma destinada a vender cine español que, según el presidente de esa entidad, Pedro Pérez, “se ve más fuera que dentro”.

En esta nueva edición, que cuenta como madrina con la actriz Belén Rueda, se mostrarán 33 filmes españoles, entre ellas “Los ojos de Julia“, “Celda 211” o “Nacidas para sufrir“, en los Cines Princesa, mientras que las dos películas en 3D “Viaje a África” y “La Tropa de trapo” se proyectarán en el cine Berlanga. (more…)

15/06/2010 at 12:00 pm Leave a comment

Spanish Film Festival in Australia – May 2010


The 13th Spanish Film Festival is hitting Australian cinemas this May. Joining the fiesta and reviewing the films are a group of keen cinephiles.

Please get into the festival spirit and share with us your thoughts: be they film, tapas or sangria related (or a combination of all three!).

For programme details please visit the festival website.

Festival dates for 2010:

Sydney: 5-16 May

Canberra: 5-16 May

Melbourne: 12-23 May

Adelaide: 13-16 May

Brisbane: 19-30 May

More info:

http://www.spanishfilmfestival.com

http://twitter.com/spanishfilmfest

http://spanishfilmfestival.wordpress.com

06/04/2010 at 7:54 pm Leave a comment

Spanish TV to spend 36 millions supporting local films


Spain’s RTVE is standing by Spanish cinema, earmarking about Euros36 million ($49 million) for broadcast rights to Spanish movies this year.

Recent pickups include Jaume Balaguero‘s thriller “Flatmate,” Daniel Sanchez Arevalo‘s comedy “Primos” and live-action adventure pic “Capitan Trueno.”

This year’s RTVE Spanish pic outlay is broadly level with last year. It comes as other established nets in Spain — Telecinco and Antena 3 — are downsizing Spanish pic investment, making RTVE, with Italy’s RAI, the biggest broadcast network investor in national cinema in Southern Europe this year. (more…)

24/03/2010 at 11:10 pm Leave a comment

Festival Films has taken all rights for Spain from Finland’s Oscar entry “Letters From Jacob”


Spain’s Festival Films has taken all rights for Spain from Film Sharks Intl. on Finland’s Oscar entry “Letters From Jacob.

A redemption drama from Klaus Haro (“The New Man,” “Elina”), “Jacob” chronicles the evolving relationship between an ex-convict and blind priest. Saint Charles, Ill. based Olive Films acquired North American rights to “Jacob” late last year and plans a summer theatrical release platforming out from New York and Los Angeles, said FilmSharks’ founder Guido Rud. (more…)

02/03/2010 at 10:52 pm Leave a comment


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