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Alessandra Picone

17 articles available in total starting from 08/11/2002. Last article published on 05/03/2003.

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Manoel de Oliveira's Principle

Veteran Portuguese director, Manoel de Oliveira was the guest of honour at a special screening in Barcelona of his latest film, O princípio da incerteza (the film was just released in Spain)....  

05/03/2003 | Directors | Portugal

Goyas Awards 2003

Goyas Awards 2003

The night the Spanish film awards turned into an anti-war protest. The night glamour met social commitment.  


The best Spanish-language films

New York’s film journalists’ association selected the year’s best Spanish-language titles. Juan Luis Galiardo won best actor for El caballero Don Quijote, Pedro Almodòvar won best director for...  

17/02/2003 | Awards | Spain

The winners speak

So the show began with circus music, played in the style made famous by Kusturica, and performed by the Teatro Animalario, who wrote and coordinated the show (with a script by Juan Cavestany) that...  


United Against War

United Against War

Be sure and see our video interview with Aitana Sánchez-Gijón It’s not often that you see a major awards ceremony - an emotional event that is a triumph of sincerity and gratitude like the 17th...  


Bardem the drug smuggler

Pablo Escobar, head of the notorious Medellin drug cartel in Colombia is about to have his life turned into a film starring Spanish actor, Javier Bardem. After two years of negotiations, Latino...  

06/02/2003 | Production | Spain

Nino Manfredi to play Garcìa Lorca

After El verdugo, veteran Italian actor Nino Manfredi has signed on to play Spanish poet Garcìa Lorca in La Luz prodigiosa directed by Miguel Hermoso. The film is based on the novel by Fernando...  

31/01/2003 | Production | Spain

Los Lunes al Sol wins Writers’ Awards

Los Lunes al Sol wins Writers’ Awards

Spanish Oscar candidate wins 6 of the 10 awards at the 59th Writers' Club Awards while and Polanski's The Pianist wins best foreign film  

31/01/2003 | Awards | Spain

A two-horse race

Spain has two films in competition at the 53rd Berlinale: Mi vida sin mì by Isabel Coixet, and Gabriele Salvatores’ Italo-Spanish co-production entitled Io non ho paura. Polìgono Sur, a...  

30/01/2003 | In competition | Spain

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