SAN SEBASTIAN — Closing a U.S. deal with Sam Goldwyn Films for the U.S., which was announced Monday, France's Pyramide Intl. has also rolled out sales on Lucia Puenzo's "Wakolda," which played San…
SAN SEBASTIAN – Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired all U.S. rights to psychological drama "The German Doctor," the third film from one of Latin America's best-known distaff helmers, Argentina's Lucia…
A plodding Argentine potboiler that examines the country's history of harboring Nazis after WWII, "Wakolda" leadenly reverse-engineers its plot from a reveal most will know from the get-go.
CANNES — Luis Minarro, one of Spain's best-known arthouse producers, is making his fiction directorial debut with political parable "Shooting Star." "Star" turns on the short-lived reign as King of…
The particularly Spanish blend of history and horror is given an intriguing sci-fi twist in maverick helmer Oscar Aibar's haunting but flawed "The Wood."
The maxim "no pain, no gain" finds twisted expression in medical chiller "Painless."
Ecuadorian Sebastian Cordero's "Rabia," a socially-driven suspenser about a construction worker trapped in a mansion, won best film at the 13th Malaga Spanish Film Festival, which wrapped Saturday.
The lechery, loves and literature of Spanish scribe Jaime Gil de Biedma receive pleasingly offbeat treatment in "The Consul of Sodom."
Film sustains interest as an understated drama that always seems just one outburst away from terrifying.
Spanish avant-garde helmer Pere Portabella's "The Silence Before Bach" defies categorization.
An unadorned portrait of a guy who, although nice to his mom and his girlfriend, kills people unprovoked, "The Hours of the Day" boasts a crisp sense of observation in the service of a story many…
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