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1488 articles available in total starting from 16/11/2007. Last article published on 17/05/2022.

Beatriz Sanchís • Director

Interview: Beatriz Sanchís • Director

“I don’t like special effects, I prefer handmade things”

Beatriz Sanchís is the only woman in competition in the official selection of the Malaga Festival, with her debut Todos están muertos – a modern tale, magic and psychological  

28/03/2014

Todos están muertos: the open wounds of the past

Todos están muertos: the open wounds of the past

Beatriz Sanchís is competing in the Málaga-based competition with a tale of death, motherhood and past traumas that stars Elena Anaya  

27/03/2014 | Málaga 2014

Jorge Torregrossa • Director

Interview: Jorge Torregrossa • Director

“It’s not easy filming with actors in two different languages”

The director of Fin went to New York to film The Unexpected Life, a bittersweet comedy about uprooting, maturity and shattered dreams, co-produced with the USA  

26/03/2014

Carlos Marques-Marcet  • Director

Interview: Carlos Marques-Marcet • Director

“Today, cinema has got inside human relationships”

Carlos Marques-Marcet talks about Long Distance, winner of five awards, including Best Film, at the Málaga Film Festival  

26/03/2014

Long Distance: reality’s similarities and substitutions

Long Distance: reality’s similarities and substitutions

After kicking off at SXSW in Austin, the film about a generation reduced to moving abroad and new technologies won in Malaga  

24/03/2014 | Málaga 2014

Carmina y amén: 48 hours with Antonio

Carmina y amén: 48 hours with Antonio

The second (and last?) part of the saga, which started with Carmina o revienta, will give more of the same: humour, picaresque characters and complete involvement from the León family  

24/03/2014 | Málaga 2014

Malaga makes a strong commitment to Spanish cinema

Malaga makes a strong commitment to Spanish cinema

The latest edition of the Andalusian competition, which today unveiled its programme in Madrid, is enthusiastically pinning its hopes on Spanish-language productions from both Spain and Latin America  

11/03/2014 | Malaga 2014

Mindscape: Slaves to our memories

Mindscape: Slaves to our memories

The first feature by Jorge Dorado is a neat psychological thriller played by British actor Mark Strong and American actress Taissa Farmiga. It was presented at the latest Sitges Festival.  

16/01/2014 | Films | Reviews

La cité rose: los chicos del barrio

La cité rose: los chicos del barrio

El primer film de ficción del documentalista Julien Abraham es un emotivo, ágil y entretenido retrato de los microcosmos del extrarradio  

25/11/2013 | Films | Reviews

Ida triumphs in Gijón with five prizes

Ida triumphs in Gijón with five prizes

The Asturian event gave out a variety of prizes to the film by Pawel Pawlikoski based on wounds from the past, filmed in his native Poland with two women as main characters  

25/11/2013 | Gijon 2013

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