Quietly comical, quietly lyrical and quietly tedious.
An absorbing and at times moving look at life for someone with Down syndrome.
On the box office side, 2009 would suggest that Spanish films are a species in decline, with local films having dwindled to less than 10% market share.
A stroll along San Sebastian's La Concha beach suggests that the credit crunch has had little impact on Spain's most cinematically beautiful city: Festival visitors from abroad return again and…
San Sebastian's director, the mild-mannered Mikel Olaciregui, isn't known for posturing.
Ian McKellen, one of Britain's most prestigious and commanding stage actors who gained mass popularity as Gandalf in "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy and Magneto in the "X-Men" films, will receive the…
A daring, refreshingly fleshy take on society's obsession with appearances.
A rookie prison guard finds himself trapped on the wrong side of the bars in "Cell 211."
An enjoyably slick but entirely soulless update of Fritz Lang's controversial 1956 noir.
Art wins out over heart in "V.O.S.," a self-conscious and distinctive romantic comedy about a quartet of Barcelona soul-seekers.