Psychological thrillers usually have an underlying morality (…) Check Out the full review in Spanish Film Festival, ‘Sleep Tight’ | Melbourne | The Thousands.
As Luck Would Have It was the film screened as an Australian Premiere in the 15th Festival Opening Night. Indiewire refered to it as the jewel of Tribeca Film Festival. Check Out his… Continue reading
Emma is a blind woman. This is an engaging movie on her determined struggle to become a mother (…) Read a full review of this film in: Variety Reviews – Six Points About… Continue reading
An organised crime boss (Miguel Rodarte) is ordered by his mother to rescue his younger brother, a soldier who went missing in action in Iraq while fighting for the Americans. Read the full… Continue reading
Salma Hayek :“I’m the straight person in this opera, in this circus, so it was difficult to know where to go.” The diminutive Mexican beauty stars in her first Spanish-language film (As Luck… Continue reading
The festival’s director and at-the-ready translator, Natalia Ortiz, who is waiting on the line, too, is apologetic. Argentinians are not known as morning people, she explains (…) Read the full interview in: The… Continue reading
The Spanish Film Festival launched last Monday evening at the Chauvel Cinema with sangria and savouries and a screening of the sweet Argentinean comedy, CHINESE TAKEAWAY. (…) Read the full article in: Sydney… Continue reading
Courtesy of Palace Cinemas we have tickets for the 15th Spanish Film Festival in July to give-away! The double passes are to a general session of your choice excluding special events and the… Continue reading