Carlos Saura, Vittorio Storaro’s ‘The King of the Whole World’ Is Snapped Up by Latido (Exclusive)

Carlos Saura, Vittorio Storaro’s ‘The King of the Whole World’ Is Snapped Up by Latido (Exclusive) “The King of the Whole World” (“El Rey de Todo el Mundo”), a musical drama directed by “Carmen’s” Carlos Saura and lit by “Apocalypse Now” cinematographer Vittorio Storaro, has been snapped up for ...

Uruguay’s Lucia Garibaldi Prepares ‘The Last Queen’

Uruguay’s Lucia Garibaldi Prepares ‘The Last Queen’ Panama City — Uruguayan helmer Lucia Garibaldi is prepping her second feature after her debut pic, “The Sharks,” which swept the 2018 San Sebastian Films in Progress awards and later premiered in ...

The Jacques Rivette Collection on Blu-ray From Arrow Video May 23rd

Although François Truffaut has written that the New Wave began “thanks to Jacquette Rivette,” the films of this masterful French director are not well known. Rivette, like his “Cahiers du Cinéma” ...

Joshua Reviews Carlos Saura’s Argentina [Theatrical Review]

Best known to most cinephiles as the director behind one of the great out of print Criterion Collection releases, director Carlos Saura is so very much more than just the auteur at the center of ...

The Marquise of O… | Blu-ray Review

Film Movement brings Eric Rohmer’s classic period film The Marquise of O… to Blu-ray, the first time the title is made available in the Us (previously, it was sandwiched into a Region 2 Rohmer ...

Most Anticipated Films by Foreign Auteurs for 2014

7. Leviafan (Andrey Zvyagintsev) Andrey Zvyagintsev’s The Return and Elena were mysterious, slow-burning films. His 2014 entry, Leviafan, described by IMDb as “human insecurity in a ‘new country’” ...

Movie Poster of the Week: The Top 10 Favorite Posters of La Boca's Scot Bendall

A couple of months ago I featured some exquisite silkscreened King Kong prints designed by the British design studio La Boca. I’ve been following La Boca’s work for the past few years and so I thought ...

Blu-ray Review: 'Cría Cuervos' (BFI rerelease)

★★★★★ As General Franco lay dying during the summer of 1975, Carlos Saura was mirroring Spain's monumental era of transition through the story of a young girl struggling with issues of mortality. ...

‘Clandestine Childhood’ a film about wartime displacement and coming-of-age

Clandestine Childhood Directed by Benjamín Ávila Argentina, 2011 Philadelphia Film Festival Benjamín Ávila’s debut feature is a fine balance of youthful longing and militant resistance. Ernesto ...

Philadelphia Film Festival 2012: ‘Clandestine Childhood’

Clandestine Childhood Directed by Benjamín Ávila Argentina, 2011 Philadelphia Film Festival Benjamín Ávila’s debut feature is a fine balance of youthful longing and militant resistance. Ernesto ...

Must Watch: Nicole Kidman in Park Chan-wook's 'Stoker' First Trailer

"Personally speaking, I can't wait to watch life tear you apart." While Spike Lee is working on a remake of Park Chan-wook's Oldboy, the South Korean filmmaker is back with his new film Stoker. ...

HeyUGuys UK DVD/Blu-ray Round-Up – 20th August

Last week saw the release of a handful of new international films, with Jo Nesbø’s Headhunters topping the list, and this week brings with it a rather different line-up, with Peter Berg’s Battleship ...

Day three - live!

All the latest news, reviews, comment and buzz from the Croisette 10.04am: Day three of Cannes 2012 rolls round. If you want to catch up with what happened yesterday (whenever that was), here's ...

'Magic Mike' Star Alex Pettyfer To Lead 'Diamond Dogs,' Gwyneth Paltrow & Antonio Banderas Star In Picasso Biopic 'Guernica 33 Days'

Alex Pettyfer, star of failed franchise starter “I Am Number Four,” and Steven Soderbergh's upcoming "Magic Mike," has found a new starring role in the new film from “Heartbreaker” helmer Pascal ...

DVD Review: Carlos Saura's Flamenco Trilogy

★★★★☆ During the 1980s - and as one of Spain's most influential directors - Carlos Saura moved away from his Franco-era political films such as Ana y Los Lobos (1973) and the sensational Cria Cuervos ...

Director Carlos Saura and Producer Elias Querejeta Combine Forces Once More for ‘33 Dias’

After collaborating on seven different projects, it was only inevitable that the directing and producing duo of Carlos Saura and Elias Querejeta would be teaming up once again. Now, Variety tells us ...

Carlos Saura: 'Franco took so long to die we had time to buy champagne'

His 1975 classic Raise Ravens still points the way for new film-makers wishing to tackle the tricky subject of the Spanish civil war. The old revolutionary reminisces to Giles Tremlett Carlos Saura ...

Kung Fu Panda 2 sweeter than Honey

DreamWorks' furry friend leads the pack in its UK opening weekend, but dance movie sequel is out of step with the public The winner Twelve months ago box office was down in the dumps, with major ...

"Super 8," "Viva Riva!," "The Trip," "Cría cuervos," More

First, a quick reminder that entries on several films playing here or there have been updated through today: Film Socialisme, Agrarian Utopia, Road to Nowhere and The Tree of Life. Alright, on with ...

Cría Cuervos – review

Two of the screen's most impressive performances by a child are given by Ana Torrent in allegories of fear, bad faith and patriarchal suppression in fascist Spain, made during the last years of ...

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