Abstract

With talk of a crisis of Spanish cinema, Paul Julian Smith reports from Madrid, spring 2009, and discusses: the Goya awards (best film won by Javier Fesser's Camino), the struggling but lively theatrical exhibition, burgeoning TV production, education facilities, the eminent presence of Almodóóvar, and the Ocho y Medio bookshop.

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