Pep Gatell’s documentary "Off-Road. Mugaritz, Feeling a Way" will open San Sebastian Festival’s fifth Culinary Zinema sidebar, a collaboration between the Berlinale and the Basque Culinary Center. A…
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Madrid-based Imagina Intl. Sales, one of Spain’s top film and TV agencies, has picked up international distribution rights to vet Spanish filmmaker Fernando Colomo‘s new comedy "Isla Bonita." Colomo…
TAULL, Spain – Svetla Tsotsorkova buzzed-up "Thirst" (above), Rudi Rosenberg's "The New Kid" and Sebastian Brahm's "Sex Life of Plants" will compete in the San Sebastian's New Directors competition…
MADRID – Cesc Gay's "Truman," Federico Veiroj's "The Apostate" and Pablo Aguero's "Eva Doesn't Sleep" will face off in competition at September's 63rd San Sebastian Film Festival with Asier Altuna's…
The San Sebastian Film Festival is launching a new plaudit, the Spanish Cooperation Award, the fest announced Thursday. Prize will go to "the producer of the Latin American film making the best…
Peruvian cuisine's global popularity has no more vocal champion than Gaston Acurio, restaurateur extraordinaire and subject of Patricia Perez's worshipful, mouth-watering docu.
If Joseph Mankiewicz were alive, one can imagine him wanting to remake "Flowers," with its poignantly old-fashioned premise that also comments on contempo society.
"Casanova Variations," the film adaptation of a "chamber opera play" by Michael Sturminger, is so full of its own forced charm that only diehard John Malkovich fans will feel enriched.
BUENOS AIRES –In another demonstration of the lure of the Latin American film industry, and its drive into co-production – a phenomenon also galvanizing attendance at Ventana Sur – participants at…
Though the psychology turns facile, this intense drama about yearning for paternal affection, and the way teens use sex as a way of controlling situations around them, holds interest thanks largely…
A low-budget indie that upends the superhero genre by taking an unassuming guy with special powers and turning the story into a film as self-effacing as its protag.