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Andalusia has been the backdrop for some of the greatest movies of all time. From Dr. Zhivago in the Alpujarras and Solas in Seville, to Sergio Leone’s Spaghetti Westerns filmed in Almeria. Interviews, directors, reviews and documentaries. A gateway to understanding the cinema industry in Andalusia.

With a wide range of audiovisual skills, the multifaceted Khader is beginning to create a name for himself in the national panorama of short films and......
Lakshmi I. Aguirre  |  emerging artists  | 5 Comments

Have you ever felt the urge to spontaneously set out to explore Andalusia without a care in the world? Or head for Africa without a map or compass? The best way......
Cecilia Bogaard  |  cinema  | Comment

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cinemaMalaga Spanish Film Festival (T. de la Rosa)
Malaga comes to life in the spring, and not only because of the weather. One of the most important dates on the calendar of the Costa del Sol, each and every year cameras start rolling and projectors...

cinemaMalaga French Film Festival - Alliance Française (B. A. Etxaniz)
Every year the Alliance Française in Malaga welcomes the autumn with a film festival brimming with the latest French films. France and Andalusia come closer together than ever in this unique...

cinemaAfrican Film Festival in Tarifa (José Lorenzo Benítez)
Africa on the big screen. Every spring Tarifa plays host to a rare and unique film festival which offers a window onto the cinema of the African continent across the Straits of Gibraltar. “A miracle...

cinemaCines del Sur Festival in Granada (Julio Ruiz)
Is it possible to cram three continents into one city for eight days? No. Nevertheless, the Cines del Sur Festival boldly takes on this challenge every spring by including films from daring and...

cinemaReview: Even the Rain (Leonardo Sardiña)
A shower of varying perspectives. The film Even the rain by Icíar Bollaín soaks the spectator in a shower of magical, committed, honest and necessary ways of seeing at the Avenida 5 Cines in Seville...

cinemaAlbéniz Cinema - Malaga (Lakshmi I. Aguirre)
Malaga’s iconic cinema has re-opened its doors on Calle Alcazabilla to some of the best movies of all time. Four screening rooms with a permanent programme jam-packed with European films,...

cinemaThe Film Archive of Andalusia (T. de la Rosa)
Hidden away in the centre of Cordoba, you’ll find a small family who while away the hours guarding one of the city’s best kept secrets. For just a few hours a day they open their doors and show it...

cinemaPeter Viertel (Lakshmi I. Aguirre)
With dangerous friends such as Hemingway and John Huston, Peter Viertel survived the sweet torture of being a screenplay writer in Hollywood. In the midst of some of the great geniuses of his time,...

cinema14-F-10: Winners of the 2010 Goya Awards (Tertulia Andaluza)
Celda 211 won Best Film, while Ágora by Amenábar unsurprisingly won big at this year’s Goya awards. The Andalusian productions Yo, también and La dama y la muerte also took home little...

cinemaAntonio Banderas (Lakshmi I. Aguirre)
In this exclusive interview, an enthusiastic Antonio Banderas celebrates the Oscar nomination of the animated short film The Lady and The Reaper, which he produced in collaboration with Granada-based...

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Review: 3a (se necesita chica para trabajar) ( José Lorenzo Benítez)

Review: Cines del Sur 2009 ( Cecilia Bogaard)

Review: Solas ( Lakshmi I. Aguirre)

Review: The Appeared ( Joaquín Abreu)

The Missing Lynx ( Lakshmi I. Aguirre)




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