Spain-U.K.-based producer Enrique Posner, Spanish director Paco Arango and screenwriter Ron Bass are teaming on the English-language "Eleven Percent," in which ordinary people in a New York tenement…
This July, thesp-turned-helmer Paco Leon's mockumentary "Carmina o revienta" yielded Spanish cinema's first multiplatform hit, suggesting a new distribution model for local pics.
In tough times, Spaniards turn to family, which is just what thesp-turned-helmer Paco Leon has done with his distinctive, enjoyable debut, "Carmina or Blow Up."
A single mother of a leukemia-stricken child is redeemed by the titular positive force in Paco Torres' intriguing debut, "The Magic of Hope."
A remarkably cogent docu, "Give Up Tomorrow"chronicles the case of a young man wrongly convicted of rape and murder, exposing a major miscarriage of justice.
A blandly formulaic pic whose boldest stroke is tossing a few swear words into the Irish blarney.
Pic reps crude, violent, flashy and sentimental fare, but with a sharp, intelligent edge that gets it out of jail.
A runaway dog and failing household appliances are enough to send a young couple and a buddy/roommate on an uncomfortable, unstable track in Nicolas Pereda's minimalist gem, "Juntos."
An energetic comedy-thriller that for sheer professionalism is a cut or two above most Spanish stabs at the genre, writer-director Juan Martinez Moreno's "Two Tough Guys" may not offer anything new…
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