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Alfonso Rivera

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1413 articles available in total starting from 16/11/2007. Last article published on 14/01/2022.

Five Square Meters

Five Square Meters

A film that makes us laugh and cry in the face of the difficult crisis, in this case the property crisis, thanks to a sharp script, lively directing and some committed actors.  

02/11/2011 | Films | Reviews

Christian Molina • Director

Interview: Christian Molina • Director

"De mayor quiero ser soldado lanza un mensaje contra la violencia"

Christian Molina habla sobre De mayor quiero ser soldado y la polémica de la retirada del cartel de la película por poder afectar la sensibilidad del publico  


Juan Carlos Fresnadillo • Director

Interview: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo • Director

“I like films that challenge viewers”

A game of parallel clues, shooting in two languages, and a passion for the psychological mechanisms of fantasy: the Spanish director talks about Intruders 




Journey into the depths of fear. A nail-biting, puzzle-like film by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, starring Clive Owen, Daniel Brühl and Pilar López de Ayala.  

03/10/2011 | Films | Reviews

Montxo Armendáriz • Director

Interview: Montxo Armendáriz • Director

“Cinema can help solve social problems”

The Navarre-born director, who was nominated for an Oscar in 1997 for Secrets of the Heart, tackles the sensitive, social issue of sexual abuse in Don’t Be Afraid 


Don’t Be Afraid

Don’t Be Afraid

Montxo Armendáriz uses a narrative style halfway between fiction and documentary in his film condemning the terrible social curse of sexual abuse.  

21/04/2011 | Films | Reviews

Chico & Rita

Chico & Rita

Fernando Trueba, Javier Mariscal and Tono Errando tell a passionate love story in their musical animated film for adults combining digital and hand-drawn images  

23/02/2011 | Films | Reviews

Icíar Bollaín   • Director

Interview: Icíar Bollaín • Director

“A challenge for me and the whole team”

Scripted by Paul Laverty, actress-director Icíar Bollaín’s most ambitious film to date tries to stir consciences with moving drama  


Álex de la Iglesia  • Director

Interview: Álex de la Iglesia • Director

"We’re all clowns"

At Madrid's Teatro-Circo Price, a presentation was held of Alex de la Iglesia's new film, A Sad Trumpet Ballad, a violent, excessive and visceral movie about a tragic love triangle  


Even the Rain

Even the Rain

The vibrant drama takes a critical look at Bolivia’s water war in 2000 whilst focusing on a film shoot about Christopher Columbus and the conquest of America  

03/12/2010 | Films | Reviews

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