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Films / Spain

Review: Quinqui Stars

Review: Quinqui Stars

Juan Vicente Córdoba revisits the Spanish cinematic imagination of the 1970s and 1980s through a set of characters living on the margins of society, with indifferent results  

30/11/2018 | Films | Spain/France

Review: En las estrellas

Review: En las estrellas

Zoe Berriatúa maintains his daring approach with his new film, a fascinating and unclassifiable fable that oozes his passionate, blind love for cinema  

31/08/2018 | Films | Spain

Review: The Pact

Review: The Pact

The eagerly awaited feature debut by David Victori is a suspense-drenched psychological thriller that starts off with a promising kick but falls flat towards the end  

17/08/2018 | Films | Spain

Review: Down a Dark Hall

Review: Down a Dark Hall

Rodrigo Cortés delivers a somewhat bothersome adaptation of the Lois Duncan novel of the same name, starring cult American actress Uma Thurman  

02/08/2018 | Films | Spain/USA

Review: Dark Buildings

Review: Dark Buildings

Nicolás Gil Lavedra skilfully lures his audience in with both suspense and surprise in this co-production starring Argentinian and Spanish actors  

13/07/2018 | Films | Argentina/Spain

Review: No quiero perderte nunca

Review: No quiero perderte nunca

Alejo Levis uses spooky imagery and sound to beckon the viewer into the world of a woman grieving deeply  

13/07/2018 | Films | Spain

Review: Yo la busco

Review: Yo la busco

This first feature film by Sara Gutiérrez Galve focuses on a young man’s nocturnal stroll through Barcelona while struggling to find answers to life’s great questions  

06/07/2018 | Films | Spain

Review: Jean-François and the Meaning of Life

Review: Jean-François and the Meaning of Life

This ingenious first feature film by Sergi Portabella recounts an initiatory-existentialist journey in the form of an adventurous on-the-road film  

06/07/2018 | Films | Spain/France

Review: The Warning

Review: The Warning

Time paradoxes, violence and emotions rub shoulders in the new thriller by Daniel Calparsoro, starring Raúl Arévalo  

22/03/2018 | Films | Spain

Verónica: Land of nightmares

Verónica: Land of nightmares

Spain's Paco Plaza invokes total horror with his new film: the adolescent transformation of a tortured girl with a complicated past and a dysfunctional family  

23/08/2017 | Films | Spain