Cinema
Wish I Was Here (Zach Braff)

Wish I Was Here (Zach Braff)

The popular actor Zach Braff, who was nominated for an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his role as Dr. John ‘JD’ Dorian in the ‘Scrubs’ series (2001-2010), premieres his second film as director after a decade since his debut with Garden State. A film that once garnered an Independent Spirit Award for Best First...
The Congress (Ari Folman)

The Congress (Ari Folman)

Israeli director Ari Folman, author of the heartbreaking animation documentary about the war in Lebanon, Waltz with Bashir (2008) that won a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film, is back with another captivating tale, half animated half real and a story about cinema within cinema. Folman takes the story line from the novel The...
The kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq (Guillaume Nicloux)

The kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq (Guillaume Nicloux)

Michel Houellebecq, the controversial philosopher and writer, branded by the media as a xenophobe, racist and misogynist and at the same time considered the best French novelist alive by the critics, with novels such as Les particules élémentaires (Atomised, 1998), Plateforme (Platform, 2001) and La possibilité d’une île (The possibility of an island, 2005) reconciles with cinema...
Chef (Jon Favreau)

Chef (Jon Favreau)

As if it were a comparison to his professional life, New York director Jon Favreau moves away from action films, with the big explosions and special effects from his movies Iron Man or the disastrous Cowboys & Aliens, to return to the independent movies of his beginnings (Swingers of which he wrote the screenplay, and...
Begin Again (John Carney)

Begin Again (John Carney)

From director and former bass player of the Irish band The Frames comes this new comedy about music that will bring pleasant memories of the director’s previous work, the award winning indie musical Once (2006), to the biggest music lovers. A winner at the Independent Spirit, Sundance and Raindance awards, that feel good movie from John Carney...
Omar (Hany Abu-Assad)

Omar (Hany Abu-Assad)

Omar, a poignant love story between two young and politically separated Palestinians reaches the Spanish cinemas. The film competed for the Best Foreign Language Film award in the last Oscars, and it won the Jury Prize at the Cannes Festival, in the section Un Certain Regard. Omar is an interesting proposal that directs our attention...
God help the girl (Stuart Murdoch)

God help the girl (Stuart Murdoch)

The musician Stuart Murdoch, leader of Belle & Sebastian –considered by the critics the best Scottish band of the past 15 years-, successfully debuts in directing this musical with songs composed by himself in 2003 which did not fit for his band at that time. In 2009, he compiled those songs under the name of...
The hundred-year-old man who climbed out the window and disappeared (Felix Herngren)

The hundred-year-old man who climbed out the window and disappeared (Felix Herngren)

The film which has made a million and a half viewers in Sweden laugh out loud is here, the adaptation of the best seller by Jonas Jonasson, The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared. A hilarious comedy with bizarre situations about an old man who shortly before turning 100 happens to get...
The young and prodigious T.S. Spivet (Jean-Pierre Jeunet)

The young and prodigious T.S. Spivet (Jean-Pierre Jeunet)

Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s latest movie is a European production that picks up Amélie‘s (2001) color palette to tell us in a sort of 3-D tale the adventures of a 12-year-old child prodigy who travels without his parents’ knowledge from their ranch in Montana to Washington. There awaits a prestigious award for his work as a scientist...
A Touch of Sin (Jia Zhangke)

A Touch of Sin (Jia Zhangke)

From the director of the critically acclaimed Still Life (2006) –awarded with a Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival–, comes a demolishing wuxia pian, inspired by A Touch of Zen (1961), a classic of the genre by the master King Hu. The filmmaker Jia Zhangke is placed again in the pantheon of Chinese independent...
Only lovers left alive (Jim Jarmusch)

Only lovers left alive (Jim Jarmusch)

Despite the diversity of reviews that his last film submitted to the film festivals of Cannes (nominated for Palme d’Or), New York and Sitges (Special Jury Prize) has aroused, Only lovers left alive (2013) brings back the best of Jim Jarmusch, who seemed confused after Ghost Dog (1999), with the exception of Broken Flowers (2005)....
Sunshine on Leith (Dexter Fletcher)

Sunshine on Leith (Dexter Fletcher)

To the delight of music-lovers, the musical adaptation Sunshine on Leith arrives at Spanish cinemas featuring legendary songs by the Scottish duo The Proclaimers, such as the catchy I’m gonna be (500 miles)  which became popular in Spain through a mobile telephony advertisement. Written on a napkin by Stephen Greenhorn during a boozy night, the...