A film for dreamers who believe everything will fall into place, and who have heard their hearts broken because falling into place at the right time takes more than dreaming. Scott Wilson reviews.
SPIDER’s message is not just that history is important to understand our present, but that history is here with us now, living on and sometimes festering, in ugly and disconcerting ways. Matt Hall reviews.
Although a lively mishmash of racial issues, politics, music gatherings, and espionage vibes, BLACK IS BELTZA cares more about adding iconic names of the 60s than delivering a coherent narrative. Serena Scateni reviews at Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival.
Dubbed by Netflix audience as “the scariest horror film ever”, VERONICA has almost too much to live up to. Whether that statement is true or not, Paco Plaza delivers an entertaining film with just a couple of letdowns throughout. As eerie as it may sound for some, it has been already more than a decade … Continue reading Verónica
Unpretentious and fresh in its approach to tackle patriarchy within a local Spanish church, HOPELESSLY DEVOUT offers a feast of eccentric characters who will definitely make you smirk. There is always some kind of genuine excitement when you take a seat in the cinema and you are about to watch a young director’s first feature. Even … Continue reading Hopelessly Devout
Supported by the strength of the cinematography and sound design, MARSHLAND is is an engaging look into the psyche of Spain during its period setting. Amber Heath review at Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival.
HANDIA is a technically accomplished and engrossing tale of two brothers in the 19th-century Basque country. Jim Ross reviews at Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival.