The San Sebastian Film Festival, the biggest movie event in the Spanish-speaking world, has announced its strongest Spanish pic presence in years.
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Sarah Polley's ''Take This Waltz,'' Terence Davies' ''The Deep Blue Sea'' and Julie Delpy's ''Skylab'' will compete at the 59th San Sebastian Film Festival, the first under new director Jose Luis…
L.A.-based sales, distribution and production company FiGa Films has taken North American and international rights to romantic comedy "La Vida util" (A Useful Life) from noted Latin American helmer…
Gritty Glasgow gang drama wins the Golden Shell on Saturday at the 58th San Sebastian Film Festival.
Following Sundance player "Dog Eat Dog" and "Todos tus muertos," Colombian director Carlos Moreno and producer Diego F. Ramirez are re-teaming on a third collaboration, "Yellow Submarine."
One of Spain's foremost femme filmmakers, Iciar Bollain ("Take My Eyes," "Even the Rain"), is attached to direct "Vicky Sherpa."
Two films from little-known young Mexican helmers -- Bernardo Arellano's "Entre la noche y el dia" and Iria Gomez Concheiro's "Asalto al cine" -- swept the top honors at a hard-fought Films in…
Cannes 2009 best director winner Brillante Mendoza's "Captured" and Spanish shingle Salto de Eje's social comedy "Unas rebajas sin igual" were among standouts at the 5th San Sebastian CRC…
Moroccan Leila Kilani's feature debut "On the Plank" won the San Sebastian Film Festival's prestigious Cinema in Motion prize on Monday.
This July, Mikel Olaciregui made his first shock decision as director of the San Sebastian Festival: to stand down. This month's 58th edition, Olaciregui's 10th, will be his last.
There's more to contempo Spanish-language cinema than the horror escapism of "The Orphanage" and "REC." Just look at 2010's San Sebastian slate, which proves that social-issue films are alive and…