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Eduardo Chapero-Jackson has been dubbed by critics as the latest ‘one to watch’ in new Spanish cinema. Here at London'sThe Spanish Film Festival, supported by the Cervantes Institute, the writer and director talks to LatinoLife about his acclaimed debut feature Verbo, a scathing critique of...
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On the DVD release of Cell 211, Latinolife interviews Daniel Monzón, one of the new great directors of Spanish Cinema, Daniel Monzón reveals his passions and fears during the making of his film, which ended in some unexpected, life-changing findings.
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As daughter of Hollywood legend Charlie Chaplin, Geraldine Chaplin was destined for fame or failure in her own film career. Instead, she became an unlikely icon of Spanish cinema through some unusual choices of her own. Celebrated at this month's London Spanish Film Festival, Latinolife gets...
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Over the net the controversial film about a street vendor stitched up by the Mexican legal system is spreading like wildfire and in England it is about to go on general release. Back in Mexico, judges are seeking to ban screenings after its phenomenal box office success. Rebecca Jarman and Helen...
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Can Venezuela’s new state-sponsored cinema live up to its Cuban and Russian precedents or will it drown in the accusations of mediocrity and dogma that surrounds it?
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Award-winning filmmaker Patricio Guzmán, one of Latin America’s most important directors of the 20th and 21st centuries, talks to Latino Life about his new film, Nostalgia for the Light, and about his approach to and opinions of documentary film.
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A five-film season as part of the London Spanish Film Festival, supported by the Instituto Cervantes, looks at the acting styles of one of the Spanish-speaking world’s most iconic directors. Here the season’s curator, Maria Delgado, discusses the importance of acting to any consideration of Pedro...
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Award-winning filmmaker Patricio Guzmán, one of Latin America’s most important directors of the 20th and 21st centuries, talks to Latino Life about his new film, Nostalgia for the Light, and about his approach to and opinions of documentary film.
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