Tod Williams' "The Door in the Floor," toplining Jeff Bridges and Kim Basinger, will close the 52nd San Sebastian Film Festival.
The theatrical version of Oliver Stone's documentary "Looking for Fidel" will world preem at the 52nd San Sebastian Film Festival.
"I'm a loser, a fucking shithead zero," bleats drunk D.J. Scurf in Miguel Angel Lamata's "A Zombie Flick." He then barfs fulsomely onto the pavement. Spaniards keening for burfs, burps, farts and…
Two of the U.S. film industry's better-known outings into Spanish-lingo production -- Walter Salles' Sundance/Cannes standout "The Motorcycle Diaries" and HBO's drug-running drama "Maria Full of…
Spaniard Manolo Matji's prison-set romantic drama "Hours of Light" has been added to the official competition of the 52nd San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival.
Two days after Madrid's March 11 terrorist attacks, a text-message multiplied on mobiles across Spain: "Saturday. Urdaci still working. Meet 18.00."
The 52nd San Sebastian Film Festival has announced 15 new titles by first- or second-time directors that will compete for its E90,000 ($110,000) Altadis New Directors award, one of the largest cash…
The San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival has selected seven films, all from Latin America, for its Films in Progress showcase.
Sogecable's distribution house Sogepaq has added Adolfo Aristarain's newest film "Roma" to its international sales slate.
While last year's event underscored the popularity of Asian horror pics in Europe with nine of the festival's 24 competition titles hailing from Asia, the 37th Sitges Intl. Film Festival of Catalonia…
First, Hollywood faced runaway shoots. Now it faces another problem: runaway directors. And it seems to be a peculiarly Latino phenomenon of late.