MADRID — Two of Spain's most anticipated titles of the year – Alberto Rodriguez's true-life Spanish espionage expose "Smoke & Mirrors" and Rodrigo Sorogoyen's serial-killer procedural "May God Save…
San Sebastian Film Festival
Peter Monsaert’s "Le Ciel Flamand," Yu Liu’s "One Hundred and Fifty Years of Life" and Gabe Klinger’s "Porto," featuring one of the last performances by Anton Yelchin, will contend in San Sebastian’s…
Terrific editing, an evocative score by Sigur Ros, and an impressive selection of archival footage combine to capture the varied emotions of circus spectacles, from wonder to unease and back again.
An engrossing though predictable drama that excels at capturing the sensation of being trapped in both a dead-end location and within the bosom of the family.
Sebastian Brahm's compassionate script grants his characters and his audience a refreshing maturity in this intimate woman-focused drama.
"The Bride" may be a pedestrian choice of title for a new adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca's ever-crimson play "Blood Wedding," but perhaps the change is fitting.
Directed with arresting yet subtle flair by Svetla Tsotsorkova, the film combines chamber piece elements with sensitivity to landscape, light, and the ways people observe each other.
The sins of the past force a painful reckoning in the present in "Magallanes," a quietly gripping Peruvian thriller about old political wounds and the elusive quest for redemption.
A pleasant but slight pic buoyed by adolescents newcomers who aren't to know that ineffectual teachers, invisible parents, and cool kids vs. nerds are all yawningly standard-issue fare.
A woman is fatally electrocuted, her distraught son jumps to his death, an elderly witness dies of a heart attack, while a horndog teenager unjustly takes the rap for all of this.
Three rising stars of European cinema, Iceland's Runar Runarsson, France's Lucile Hadzihalilovic, Belgium's Joachim Lafosse – won out big-time at the 2015 San Sebastian Film Festival, vindicating the…