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The Yellow Oscars of 2015 go to ..

Five Yellow Oscar Awards went to films from France, Spain, Ukraine, USA and Germany/Denmark Rio de Janeiro, 12/05/2015 - The International Uranium Film Festival was held this year for the first time in Quebec City and Montreal. During nine days, between April 15th to 24th, the festival screened more than 40 documentaries and movies about nuclear power: from uranium mining to nuclear power plants, atomic bombs and atomic waste. The Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee) was ...


Submissions open from now on until 31th July 2014     Awards & Prizes Best short film: 500 $ + award  Audience award: 300 $ + award  The feature films haven't competition Rules & Terms SHORT FILMS:  -Maximum length: 15 minutes.  -Filmed in 2013 or 2014.  -IMPORTANT: With spanish or english subtitles (preferably spanish). FEATURE FILMS:  -Length be...

Torremolinos International Fantastic Film Festival

Torremolinos International Fantastic Film Festival has become in a few years in one the most important events at Costa del Sol (Spain). Place in the Torremolinos' exhibition and conference centre: theaters with 480 and 920 people capacity. Organized by the Cultural Association "Cinefans", the festival it's now a reference of innovate and transgresive ideas. It starts at Halloween (with its own Halloween night) and it lasts 10 days: galas, shows, cosplay, horror movies marathons, lecture, concerts, charitable sessions, guests and honored films for their anniversary.


'Living is Easy with Closed Eyes' gets 6 Goya Awards

            The beautiful film telling the story of this English teacher who travels Spain ti meet John Lenon at a set in Almería and ask him to add lyrics to his LP´s. Based on a true story written and directed by David Trueba who won this 2 Goya Awards(Best Director and Best screenplay). Javier Cámara won his first Goya for Best Actor for the portrait of this teacher and Natalia de Molina won hers as a New Actress.  The sixth Goya was to ...

Nominees to the XIX Jose Maria Forque Awards

                       The Spanish race to decide the best films, directors, actors and film professionals of the year has begun. Forqué Awards, FEROZ® Awards, MEC, Gaudis, etc… all giving hints before the Goya® Awards, due in Feb 9th, 2014. On Friday, EGEDA announced the list of final candidates to the XIX Jose Maria Forqué Awards, named after one of the most important Spanish producers. A 30000€ Awa...

Angela Molina received the Spanish Golden Medal

                                        Spanish actress Angela Molina received early this week the Golden Medal Award (Medalla de Oro 2013).  This is an award given by the Spanish Academy of Arts and Sciences to honor a lifetime achievement career. “For being a key and essential face in the Spani...

Love Unlimited

Director: Alejandro Ochoa.

This is a story about love for humankind, about loss, corruption and arms trafficking, set against the backdrop of the global financial crisis. A doctor and anesthesiology expert from an NGO, trying to relieve pain all over the world, suddenly enters a personal journey to the limits of suffering. Portraying the eternal fight between good and evil, this drama/thriller celebrates the heroism of people who struggle for a better world and the strength of the human spirit. It combines the humanity found in "The Constant Gardener" with the action of "The Bourne Trilogy", adding a twist of magical realism. Starring Javier Alcina, Belen Lopez, Anne Hof Bauer, Cesar Pereira, Pedro Casablanc, Ian Pirie, Ed Hughes and Antonio Garrido. Directed by Alejandro Ochoa.

27th Goya Awards nominees

27th Goya Awards Nominees Today at the Academy of Cinematographic Sciences in Madrid, Goya awards winners, Elena Anaya and Antonio de la Torre joined Enrique Gonzalez Macho, President of the Academy in the reading of the nominees to the 27th Goya Awards. A happy Antonio de la Torre received two nominations in two different categories. Also special was the nomination of a mother and her two children. Paco León, a famous tv actor in Spain directed his first film Carmina o revienta and ...

Short-Film Festival Ópera Prima en Corto


The Short-Film Festival Opera Prima en Corto is a platform for shorts films from international and nacional schools of cinema and video. At the same time, the Festival works to promote dialogue as a meeting point between Film`s Schools, filmmakers and the audiences.

We offer free cinema workshops and several activities. Selected directors are invited to the Festival to participate in colloquiums with public.

Nominees to the 27th Goya Awards

Nominees to the XXVII Goya Awards Today at the Academy of Cinematographic Sciences in Madrid, Goya awards winners, Elena Anaya and Antonio de la Torre joined Enrique Gonzalez Macho,President of the Academy in the reading of the nominees to the 27th Goya Awards. A happy Antonio de la Torre received two nominations in two different categories. Also special was the nomination of a mother and her two children. Paco León, a famous tv actor in Spain directed his first film Carmina o revien...

Festival 25 for "Covariance"!

"Covariance" received its 25th festival acceptance today from the 38th annual Filmets: Badalona International Film Fest in Spain (near Barcelona) for November 16-25, 2012. This is a special festival for filmmaker Dawn Westlake as she was an exchange student in Barcelona in 1980, and she considers Catalunya to be a second home. For more information on "Covariance", please consult ...

Interview with Vilamor Actor Rubén Riós

By Maria Esteves – September 3, 2012 Rubén Riós (RR) is a Spanish actor in film and television who lives in Galicia, Spain. A person who never set limits began his passion for acting at age seven after performing in a school play. Riós first TV soap opera role Libro de Familia (2005) and feature film Pradolongo (2007) was a success. He stars in a TV soap opera Matalobos. In the U.S., Riós is a prominent actor through the New York City International Film Festival. His latest film ...


This cultural project takes place in Godella (Valencia, Spain) since 2000. Catacumba is an International Film Festival, involving short and feature films, open to filmmakers of any nationality. Theme is focus on horror, fantasy, science fiction, gore, psychological, experimental, bizarre, animation…  GENERAL RULES FOR PARTICIPATING:

Dimitre Dinev: Living different lives through the characters one creates, is much more interesting than writing about oneself

Writer Dimitre Dinev has been living in Austria for years now. As a co-writer of Anja Salomonowitz’ debut feature Spain, he was a special guest at the 16th Sofia IFF. The following are excerpts from the press conference that turned into a cosy conversation between Dinev and the film critic Antonia Kovacheva, and the P.S. for four eyes and two swings in front of the festival center Matti’D. How did you meet Anja Salomonwitz and how did you work together on the script of Spain?   An...

Festival #11 for "Covariance"!

"Covariance" will be presented in the Festival de Cine de Lanzarote from the 9th-16th of April in Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain. This is the 11th festival acceptance for "Covariance". For more info about the film and to see a trailer, please visit: ...

Cine Migratorio

Cine Migratorio is a migration-themed film festival that will take place May 10-13, 2012 in Santander, Spain. The Festival aims to present a program of artistically accomplished, thematically challenging and stimulating films about migration to students, migrants, Santander residents, and anyone who wishes to join us for this weekend-long event. We hope these films will incite reflection and discussion about migration, but also about the power of film to capture mobility in a modern age. We welcome all film genres (feature, short, documentary, experimental, animation) and do not endorse any one political stance on migration issues. Cine Migratorio endeavors to screen films that explore a wide range of migration-related themes and issues, from the way in which economic and social forces that drive migration cross as many borders as migrants themselves, to personal migration stories, to films less directly concerned with migration but still resonant with its effects and contexts. In addition to screenings, Cine Migratorio will feature lectures, workshops, live music, and other events. Leading up to the festival, Cine Migratorio will host an array of programs in local high schools and local centers. Cine Migratorio will take place May 10-13th in Santander, Spain, in the Paraninfo at the Las Llamas campus of the Universidad Internacional Menendez Pelayo (UIMP).

"A.L.I.C.E." in Marbella/Festival #20!

"A.L.I.C.E." has been short-listed from 800 submissions representing 52 countries for the "Shorts Cinema" program at the Marbella Int'l Film Festival in Marbella, Spain running October 14-16, 2011. This is the 20th festival acceptance for "A.L.I.C.E.". During the same dates, "A.L.I.C.E." will be participating in the Beijing Int'l Movie Fest in China. Later in the month, the film moves to the Gold Lion Film Festival in Manzini, Swaziland. ...

When is a boondoggle not a boondoggle?

A lot of people in the advertising business think of a boondoggle the way the Supreme Court thinks of porn –– they can't define it, but they know it when they see it. I don't think it's that hard to draw the line. It all comes down to responsibility. If you're doing something you honestly intend to help your client, you're not engaging in boondogglery. If you're doing something for your own personal gratification at the expense of your client, you are. Take me, for exam...

European film Nights

We are very happy with the reponse from our Europeans filmmakers that we will have 2 days showing film from Spain, Germany, Netherland, Italy, France and Portugal.We will follow with a big party in our Manhattan boat, we can accomodate 100 people.  Champagne and wine will be served.Send your film to be part of thsi event!  ...

MAWLA"S WEDDING (Documentary)

Synopsis: Mawla, a young man from Bangladesh living in Madrid (Spain), dreams of having a family. After seven years he decides to go back to his country for the first time in order to find a bride and get married. English title: MAWLA’S WEDDING Original title: LA BODA DE MAWLA Original format: HDV (Color, Stereo, 16:9) Lenght: 52’42’’ Year: 2009 Original language: Spanish, Bengali and English Subtitl...

The Frost

Director: Ferran Audi.

Film festivals in Spain

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Renderyard Short Film Festival

 Renderyard Short Film Festival we are pleased to announce we are now accepting films that are between 1 min and 12 min in length for the festival. Submit your film to this years festival to be in with a chance of winning prizes worth $1000.

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The aim of the Granada Film Festival "Cines del Sur" ("Cinemas from the South") is to disseminate and promote films made in the countries of the so-called geopolitical south. Thus, the Festival will provide a space for the meeting of both young filmmakers and established talents from these countries, allowing for the screening of both new productions and emblematic and historic works.