Until recently, directing films seemed off-limits to women in Spain, but a new generation of filmmakers —Carla Simón, Pilar Palomero, or Paula Ortiz, among others— have broken through that glass ceiling.
On Talento a bordo we are passionate about basketball. Discover with us the most human side of our players, with interviews and exclusive news, and vibrate with the successes of the Spanish National Team.
Alba Torrens and Maite Cazorla
The Spanish female basketball team has set its sights high at the Eurobasket in Israel and Slovenia. Alba Torrens contributes experience and Maite Cazorla, her youth, a winning combination to reach the top of the tournament.
Are You a Real Basketball Fan?
Are you ready for the 2023 World Cup in Philippines, Japan and Indonesia?
What do the rising stars of Spanish sport have in common? Sacrifice, hard work, training and talent, a lot of talent. Discover a generation that is set to leave its mark.
In 2001, Pau Gasol landed in Memphis at the tender age of 21. The rest is history... Two decades later, and one year younger, Santi Aldama does it again, proving his talent during his debut in the NBA.
We speak to Pau Gasol about the première of his documentary It’s about the journey. At a key moment in his career, he tells us how his leitmotif (“always enjoy the present”) has guided a career full of success on and off the court.
José Manuel Calderón
To live among and compete against the stars of the NBA is something only a few can aspire to. José Manuel Calderón is one of the Spanish talents who wrote the golden pages of Spanish basketball history and earned their spurs in the best league in the world.
Willy Hernangómez y Quino Colom
The outlook of the Spanish Basketball Team for the 2019 World Cup is very promising. We had a chat with two of the team’s players que hablan en speaking on behalf of the whole team now in China. As they say, there is no greater pleasure than playing in a team to give the word companionship meaning every day. Here are Quino Colom from Valencia Basket and Willy Hernangómez from the NBA's Charlotte Hornets team.
With five medals with the national team and several stints at some of the most prestigious clubs in the ACB League, the Italian manager of the Spain Men’s National Basketball Team is the most successful coach in the history of our country. Now he is now facing one of the few challenges left: the World Cup in China.
The current chairman of the Spanish Federation swapped the basketball shoes he jumped with on the NBA courts for a suit. Sat in his office, he faces his next big challenge: the China World Cup.
The best Spanish basketball player in history welcomes us on the training court of the Milwaukee Bucks. He is recovering from an injury that made him miss the NBA Playoffs and will also keep him from joining the Spanish team in the 2019 World Cup. A chat about challenges and talent.
Spanish Women’s Basketball Extends Its Reign In Europe
The female stars of Spanish basketball opened a new page in the history book to write down another milestone in gold letters: they overwhelmed France in the final to revalidate a EuroBasket title they conquered in 2017, taking the third gold in the last four consecutive European championships played.
The Women’s National Basketball Team Five Years After Skimming The Sky
We go back to that fantastic tournament, in which a group of friends added a new accolade to the national medal table five years ago. Only USA can beat our national team on Turkey World Cup in another new succes oof spanish sport.
Tamara and Alberto Abalde
To have two members of the same family playing basketball, like Tamara and Alberto Abalde Díaz, is nothing special. Nor is the fact that both made their hobby their job. What makes these two extraordinary is that they both play for the same club, Valencia Basket, and that they are both members of the Spanish national basketball team.