Imagine Switzerland-by-the-Sea, add cider, a hale-and-hearty townfolk, drizzle, green valleys and dainty whitewalled farmsteads, and you have some idea of Asturias, a mountain-backed strip on Spain's…
Unspooling in late November, the Gijon Festival, Spain's premier indie film event, is a rigorously programmed Spanish Sundance -- though admittedly with all-night partying -- claiming high-profile…
In one fell swoop, cozy, quaint Asturias is trying to forge a small but vibrant film, TV and contents industry fit for a high-tech, biz-morphing new world.
A mostly engaging compilation of three-minute films made by leading international auteurs.
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, left, Guillermo del Toro and Alfonso Cuaron celebrated the launch of their new company, cha cha cha, with Gael Garcia Bernal at the Carlton.
Paramount Vantage and Miramax celebrated competition entry "No Country for Old Men" by dining with friends, including the film's auteurs, Joel and Ethan Coen, and co-stars including Javier Bardem…