SAN SEBASTIAN – Framing a high-profile arthouse production with crossover potential, Luisa Matienzo's Barcelona-based Tusitala will team with Monica Lozano's Alebrije Cine y Video in Mexico City to…
Killer Films' Christine Vachon, the New York-based producer of multiple U.S. indie landmarks - Todd Haynes' "Safe," Larry Clark's "Kids" and Kimberly Peirce's "Boys Don't Cry" - will preside over the…
For international filmmakers, getting selected is the first step in the game
San Sebastian standout "Black Bread" and Rome fest winner "I Want to Be a Soldier" both feature at the Catalan Screenings in Paris.
Grim but gripping tale of a rural lad's first exposure to evil in Spain's post-Civil War years.
Four radically differing Spanish films -- "Aita," "Elisa K," "Black Bread" and "The Great Vazquez" -- will screen in competition at the 58th San Sebastian Festival.
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