SAN SEBASTIAN - Venezuelan Mariana Rondon's "Bad Hair" won San Sebastian's top Golden Shell on Saturday at a 61st edition galvanized in biz terms by its 2nd Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum…
Pedro Almodovar is being honored by the European Film Academy (EFA) with its honorary European Achievement in World Cinema Award for his outstanding body of work. The Spanish director whose work is…
SAN SEBASTIAN - Atom Egoyan's "Devil's Knot," Jasmila Zbanic's "For Those Who Can Tell No Tales" and Gotz Spielmann's "October November" will compete for San Sebastian's Golden Seashell, the Basque…
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles1Daily:$7.6M Cumulative:$79.8M Paramount Pictures 13.49%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$6.6M Cumulative:$188.5M Disney 23.68%
Into the Storm
Into the Storm3Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$21.1M Warner Brothers / New Line 21.06%
TAULL, Spain - "McConkey" and "Spirit of Akasha" will screen in Savage Cinema, a new section of the San Sebastian Festival marking a pioneering partnership between the festival and Red Bull Media…
MADRID - Denis Villeneuve's "An Enemy," David Trueba's "Vivir es facil" and Manuel Martin Cuenca's "Cannibal" will face off in competition at September's 61st San Sebastian Festival, the biggest…
MADRID — Pedro Almodovar actress and muse Carmen Maura will receive a career achievement Donostia Award at this September's 61st San Sebastian Film Festival. The award ceremony will coincide with an…
As Pedro Almodovar polishes "I'm So Excited" for a March 8 Warner Bros. release in Spain, his early life will be portrayed in Spanish helmer Chema de la Pena's bio-doc "From Pedro to Almodovar."
Haifaa Al Mansour didn't set out to be Saudi Arabia's first female director, but that breakthrough has brought her debut, "Wadjda," much-deserved attention and awards at festivals ranging from Venice…
SITGES -- Despite swingeing subsidy cuts this April, movies are still being put into production in Spain.
Production-designed to the max, absurdist comedy from tyro French helmer Mikael Buch offers an unholy alliance of camp and farce that both celebrates and mocks gay and Jewish stereotypes.