Tag: spain

Fire Will Come Review

The quiet anger of a troubled man

The Platform trailer: The 2019 TIFF Midnight Madness winner arrives on Netflix

The Spanish language horror film lands on the streaming platform next week

Fire Will Come trailer: Director Oliver Laxe tells the story of an arsonist searching for salvation

Laxe’s third film will arrive in the UK almost a year after playing at Cannes

Venice Sala: Zumiriki Review

Thoughtful documentary Zumiriki poses big questions

Pain and Glory Review

Pedro Almodóvar’s anatomy of a film director

New Pain and Glory trailer: Pedro Almodóvar reflects on a long and illustrious career

Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz star in the director's celebrated new film

Everybody Knows Review

Cruz and Bardem shine in Farhadi’s new film

The Olive Tree Coming to DVD and Blu-ray In May

The Olive Tree Coming to DVD and Blu-ray In May

El Sur (The South) Review

BFI's Blu-ray issue of El Sur reviewed <br/>

Shiver Review

Spain is increasingly flexing its muscle as a veritable hotbed of horror film creativity; can Shiver help it continue its stampede?

Julia's Eyes Review

Guillem Morales proves that horror can be stylish, shocking, and...er, Spanish, in the high quality Julia's Eyes.

We Are Standard

Ineffectual Spanish indie, a la Francisco Ferdinando.

Open Graves Review

Eliza Dushku and Mike Vogel lead proceedings in this disappointing horror film set against the backdrop of Northern Spain. Mark Lee reviews.

Little Ashes Review

Robert Pattinson stars as Salvador Dalí in Paul Morrison's film on the relationships between Buñuel, Dalí and Lorca in 1920s' Madrid. Noel Megahey reviews.

Little Ashes Review

UK director Paul Morrison's film, starring Robert Pattinson, looks at the formative years of modern Spanish art through the encounter of Buñuel, Dalí and Lorca in 1920s' Madrid.