If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then Guillermo del Toro's new exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is sure to please viewers with an eye for the macabre. Titled "Guillermo del…
Guillermo Navarro has been selected as this year's Kodak cinematographer-in-residence at UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television.
It seems Lionsgate and Pantelion have finally found the instructions for how to target widespread Hispanic auds. Pantelion’s “Instructions Not Included” is the rare film that started with a…
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I wanted to love "Pacific Rim" more. I suspect that's a feeling most film critics had. After all, Guillermo del Toro is one of the good guys, a fantasy director with a poet's soul. And the reviews…
The squarest, clunkiest and certainly loudest movie of Guillermo del Toro's career plays like an extended 3D episode of "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" on very expensive acid.
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 after-party for "Peter and the Star-catcher," the Peter Pan prequel that opened Thursday on Broadway, was surreal.
Grim but gripping tale of a rural lad's first exposure to evil in Spain's post-Civil War years.
In Spain's fast-evolving mosaic, Galicia has carved out a strong regional identity -- with film and TV as standard-bearers. An impressive range of spectacular locations, enchanting legends and…
Not bad for an indie studio that wasn't even in existence less than three years ago. Formed on the shores at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival, Picturehouse found itself as a major player in the Oscar…