As Luck Would Have It: Salma Hayek interview | SBS Film

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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

From psychotic peeping Tom to God’s waiting room (The Blurb Magazine)

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Many will agree Spanish cinema is innovative and exciting. It has the quality of making us see the world with fresh eyes, through the work of film practitioners as diverse as Buñuel, Almodóvar,… Continue reading

The Adelaide Review – A special anniversary

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Spanish Film Festival director and founder Natalia Ortiz was “really concerned” this year’s anniversary event wouldn’t run due to Spain’s economic woes. Thankfully, Palace Cinemas wouldn’t let that happen (…) Read the full… Continue reading

AMIGOS IN HIGH PLACES (WAtoday.com.au)

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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

OPENING NIGHT SPANISH FILM FESTIVAL “As Luck Would Have It” – The Perth Social Club (Perth)

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July 19 – 26 at  Cinema Paradiso Bienvenido to the 2012 Spanish Film Festival, presented by Estrella Damm! Celebrating its 15th birthday, this year’s festival will warm your winter with a rich selection… Continue reading

Spanish seduction | Spanish Film Festival Melbourne

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IT’S 8.30am in Buenos Aires and the actor and star of one of this year’s Spanish Film Festival highlights, Daniel Hendler, is missing in action for his phone interview. Read the full interview… Continue reading

15th Spanish Film Festival 2012 Competition

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15th Annual Spanish Film Festival Competition Thanks to the Spanish Film Festival, we have three double in-season tickets to giveaway! Read the full article in:  15th Spanish Film Festival 2012 Competition.

Spanish Film Festival: Luck, love and life star – Melbourne Weekly

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SHE may have wooed Antonio Banderas as Kitty Softpaws in Puss in Boots, but there’s no swashbuckling in Salma Hayek’s newest film, As Luck Would Have It, which kicks off this year’s Spanish… Continue reading

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