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…
Cannes topper Thierry Fremaux unveiled the final four films in next month's Official Selection on Friday.
As Warner Bros.' "The Impossible" smashes B.O. records in Spain, its government is set to launch a full-scale makeover of its state film incentive and tax shelters, establishing production parameters…
A Spanish contribution to the burgeoning genre of Iraq-themed anti-war movies, "Invader" is a highly charged, good-looking but deeply flawed thriller about governmental spin.
This stylishly wrought item shuttles between fantasy and realism a la "Donnie Darko" in its exploration of its protag's problematic emotional life, although too much of the lead character's delicate…
The weirdly dislocated lives of four troubled teens are the focus of Gabriel Velazquez's challenging but extremely rewarding "Iceberg."
The lives of three women at different historical moments are explored in the evocative "Chrysalis," an ambitious, accomplished debut that fuses sweeping breadth and attention to detail into a…
Dominik Moll's earlier work showed how good he is at finding the shocking in the mundane, but "The Monk" unfortunately proves he's equally adept at finding the mundane in the shocking.
A wrenching, intense and affecting study of the long-term effects of child abuse, "Don't Be Afraid" combines the psychological reach of a good docu with tremulous suspense, mirroring a life lived in…
BBC miniseries "Burn Up" and Teutonic pubcaster ARD's "Buddenbrooks" were the big winners at the third Rome Fiction Festival for TV content on Saturday.
A closeup portrait of three Barcelona women coming to terms with their circumstances.