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1711 articles available in total starting from 30/05/2002. Last article published on 31/07/2020.

Review: One for All

Review: One for All

David Ilundain, like other filmmakers before him, enters an imaginary classroom to document little-known conflicts between young people, the dynamics between them and their teachers  

31/07 | Films | Reviews | Spain

David Ilundain  • Director of One for All

Interview: David Ilundain • Director of One for All

“We, the adults, do not know what really happens inside schools”

With his second feature following B, la película, Navarre-born director David Ilundain enters the microcosm of school, with David Verdaguer playing a young teacher  

31/07 | /Spain

The Atlàntida Film Fest celebrates 10 years of great European cinema on – and from – Mallorca

The Atlàntida Film Fest celebrates 10 years of great European cinema on – and from – Mallorca

The Balearic gathering turns ten in style with a programme that is set to unspool on Palma from 27 July-2 August, and on the Filmin platform until the end of August  

27/07 | Atlàntida Film Fest 2020

Review: The Island of Lies

Review: The Island of Lies

Paula Cons’ crime drama reconstructs a real-life disaster – the 1921 sinking of the Santa Isabel in Galicia – and the ensuing investigation that blew the lid off a dark web of corruption and abuse  

24/07 | Films | Reviews | Spain/Argentina/Portugal

Review: Voces

Review: Voces

The feature debut by Ángel Gómez is a deafening and exhausting horror flick that pilfers too many genre references without managing to find its own guttural hallmark  

24/07 | Films | Reviews | Spain

Fernando González Molina  • Director of Offering to the Storm

Interview: Fernando González Molina • Director of Offering to the Storm

“We tell stories wherever we can”

Spaniard Fernando González Molina is bringing his Baztán Trilogy to an end with the third instalment, Offering to the Storm, a thriller shot in Navarre starring Marta Etura, as in the first two films  

24/07 | /Spain/Germany

Review: Instant Love

Review: Instant Love

Newcomers Juanjo Moscardó and Suso Imbernón direct Macarena Gómez and Luis Miguel Seguí in this mischievous comedy about swinging and love, and its many complications  

24/07 | Films | Reviews | Spain

Review: Offering to the Storm

Review: Offering to the Storm

The final opus in The Baztán Trilogy is the most mature, calm, epic and stimulating of the three film projects from Pamplona-born filmmaker Fernando González Molina  

24/07 | Films | Reviews | Spain/Germany

Ángel Gómez  • Director of Voces

Interview: Ángel Gómez • Director of Voces

"Terror motivates me, moves me and thrills me"

Ángel Gómez directs his first feature film Voces, focused on classical horror and psychology, with no shortage of supernatural elements, a haunted house and legends of the past  

24/07 | /Spain

Kike Maíllo adapts The Enemy's Cosmetique as A Perfect Enemy

Kike Maíllo adapts The Enemy's Cosmetique as A Perfect Enemy

The Spaniard is directing this psychological thriller based on the famous novel by France’s Amélie Nothomb; it will star Marta Nieto, Tomasz Kot, Athena Strates and Dominique Pinon  

23/07 | Production | Funding | Spain/France/Germany

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