San Sebastian's Savage Cinema sidebar — now in its second edition — underscores the growing ambitions of the action sports movie sector and its ever-broader audiences. Over the past 20 years, extreme…
San Sebastian Film Festival
Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired U.S. rights to Canadian romance “Felix and Meira” following its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. “Felix and Meira” will screen next…
MADRID – Fernando Bovaira ("The Others," "Agora," "Biutiful"), producer of some of the most ambitious and successful films made out of Spain in its modern era, will head up a San Sebastian main…
MADRID — Finally getting something like global recognition, Richard Linklater has won the 2014 Intl. Federation of Film Critics (Fipresci) Grand Prix for film of the year. Shot over 12 years between…
Benicio del Toro will receive a Donostia career achievement award at this month’s San Sebastian Film Festival, the highest-profile movie event in the Spanish-language world. The actor will attend the…
MADRID – Dorothy Arzner (1897-1979), the first woman member of the Directors Guild of America (DGA) and still one of – if not the – most prolific of woman helmers in Hollywood –will be honored with a…
Romanian director Tudor Cristian Jurgiu makes a quietly impressive debut with this deceptively simple tale of a father and son.
Yossi Aviram makes an uncommonly sensitive debut with this beautifully understated drama about a father and his long-estranged son.
Fernando Franco's claustrophobic, unsatisfying debut feature charts a young woman's descent into mental illness.
Fernando Coimbra's child abduction drama can feel clunky and overambitious, but gathers steam and displays considerable drive as it progresses.
Shot in black-and-white in homage to "Raging Bull," Jim Taihuttu's solo feature debut is a well-made but by-the-book immigrant boxer pic.