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1561 articles available in total starting from 30/05/2002. Last article published on 22/11/2019.

Crítica: El trabajo, o a quién le pertenece el mundo

Crítica: El trabajo, o a quién le pertenece el mundo

Elisa Cepedal radiografía el mundo de los mineros asturianos en su aséptico documental, otorgándole incluso una cierta aura distópica a la historia y la realidad más real  

22/11 | Films | Reviews

Crítica: Les Perseides

Crítica: Les Perseides

El debut en el largometraje del dúo Alberto Dexeus y Ànnia Gabarró desentierra fantasmas del pasado a través de la mirada fantasiosa y pura de su adolescente protagonista  

22/11 | Films | Reviews

TV series review: El vecino

TV series review: El vecino

Nacho Vigalondo brings his brand of humour to this Netflix original; starring Quim Gutiérrez and Clara Lago, it’s an adaptation of the comic book series by Santiago García and Pepo Pérez  

22/11 | Gijón 2019

Lanzarote kicks off its ninth Muestra Internacional de Cine today

Lanzarote kicks off its ninth Muestra Internacional de Cine today

Between 22 and 30 November, audiences on the fascinating Canary island will be able to enjoy 25 cutting-edge films that redesign the usual cinematic templates, spread across five sections  

22/11 | Festivals | Awards | Spain

Meritxell Colell, Lucía Vassallo and Celia Viada Caso receive awards at the FICX Industry Days

Meritxell Colell, Lucía Vassallo and Celia Viada Caso receive awards at the FICX Industry Days

Two works-in-progress, Transoceánicas and La calle del agua, were singled out for commendation and support at the industry section of the Gijón International Film Festival  

21/11 | Gijón 2019 | FICX Industry Days

Théo Court  • Director of White on White

Interview: Théo Court • Director of White on White

“We filmmakers are like vampires”

Spanish-Chilean director Théo Court is now competing in the official section of the 57th Gijón Film Festival with the captivating White on White, shot on the Canary Islands and in Tierra del Fuego  

21/11 | Gijón 2019

And Then We Danced wins out at the 24th LesGaiCineMad

And Then We Danced wins out at the 24th LesGaiCineMad

The film has confirmed itself as the top LGBTIQ+ title of the year, as proven by its triple win at the Madrilenian festival, snagging the Audience Award, the Jury Prize for Best Film, and Best Actor  

20/11 | Festivals | Awards | Spain

The ninth Márgenes kicks off and flaunts its audacious side

The ninth Márgenes kicks off and flaunts its audacious side

The festival of free-spirited Spanish and Latin American film begins on 20 November and continues online, free of charge, until 8 December, with Paulo Rocha as one of the honourees  

20/11 | Festivals | Awards | Spain

Martin Eden emerges triumphant at the Seville Film Festival

Martin Eden emerges triumphant at the Seville Film Festival

Pietro Marcello’s spectacular movie has dominated the Official Section, where the enchanting Technoboss was also singled out, while Abou Leila and Zumiriki came out on top in their respective strands  

16/11 | Seville 2019 | Awards

Marc Vigil  • Director of The Swamp’s Silence

Interview: Marc Vigil • Director of The Swamp’s Silence

“The films we see end up becoming part of us”

Marc Vigil directs his first feature film with The Swamp’s Silence, now showing at the Seville European Film Festival following its premiere in Busan  

15/11 | Seville 2019