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Malaga 2019

Review: La filla d'algú

Review: La filla d'algú

A whole throng of graduates from Barcelona’s ESCAC share the credit for this tense drama, which depicts a few hours in the life of a woman, portrayed by Aina Clotet, whose world is falling apart  

27/03 | Malaga 2019

Review: 522. A Cat, a Chinese Guy and My Father

Review: 522. A Cat, a Chinese Guy and My Father

Paco R. Baños takes to the wheel for this road trip around the South of Spain and Portugal, in the company of a committed Natalia de Molina  

26/03 | Malaga 2019

Review: Get Her... If You Can

Review: Get Her... If You Can

Inés de León’s debut feature is a frenetic affair, packed with quick-fire dialogue and goofy scenarios, which sets itself up as a satire on the romantic comedy  

26/03 | Malaga 2019

Mikel Rueda  • Director of El doble más quince

Interview: Mikel Rueda • Director of El doble más quince

“There’s more than one way to love”

Basque filmmaker Mikel Rueda makes his return to the official competition at the Malaga Spanish Film Festival with El doble más quince, five years after Hidden Away  

22/03 | Malaga 2019

Review: El doble más quince

Review: El doble más quince

Mikel Rueda’s new film packs an emotional punch thanks mainly to the dialogue between two disorientated, wandering characters, played by the young Germán Alcarazu and the seasoned Maribel Verdú  

22/03 | Málaga 2019

Review: Ojos Negros

Review: Ojos Negros

This astoundingly mature debut, a group effort directed by two very young graduates of Barcelona’s Pompeu Fabra University, exudes a phenomenal sensitivity  

21/03 | Malaga 2019

Review: 7 Reasons to Run Away (from Society)

Review: 7 Reasons to Run Away (from Society)

Seven short, wild stories, infused with a humour which is by turns black, terrifying and absurd, are gathered together in this film directed by the trio Esteve Soler, Gerard Quinto and David Torras  

18/03 | Malaga 2019

Dani Rovira to bookend the 22nd Málaga Film Festival

Dani Rovira to bookend the 22nd Málaga Film Festival

Taxi a Gibraltar by Alejo Flah will open the upcoming edition of the gathering, which will be brought to a close by Los Japón, helmed by Álvaro Díaz Lorenzo, both of which star the famous actor  

05/03 | Málaga 2019