The always-great Javier Bardem punches below his weight in this naggingly light comedy of workplace manners.
From the Basque-language drama Loreak to the snuff film-inspired Tésis, there’s more to Spanish cinema than Almodóvar.
Two films at the San Sebastian Film Festival showcase a more old school way of depicting the bittersweet passage of time.
In Carmen and Lola, a young couple challenge the patriarchal and heteronormative attitudes of society.
Zama star Lola Dueñas gives an astonishing central performance in Journey to a Mother’s Room.
Álex de la Iglesia’s frisky, single-set survival thriller from Spain loses its steam after an impressive opening act.
Penélope Cruz stars in this frolicsome love letter to Spanish cinema’s golden age from director Fernando Trueba.
The iconic Spanish filmmaker will serve as President of the main competition jury for the first time.
By Adam Cook
The director’s 1963 film The Executioner is getting a home video release courtesy of the Criterion Collection.
By Matt Thrift
With the Spanish maestro back in action we take a look back at his formative years.
Pedro Almodóvar is back to his very best with this beautiful, quietly devastating portrait of a broken woman.
Before you see Almodóvar’s latest seek out these lesser seen Spanish gems.
Check out 10 of the Spanish maestro’s most flamboyant, exuberant and downright gaudy posters.
The latest from the Spanish master is a complex, brilliantly made tale of estrangement and grief.
Pedro Almodóvar is back to his peak with this sumptuous and remarkably subtle Cannes competition entry.
In anticipation of Pedro Almodóvar’s new film Julieta, revisit the Spanish director’s liberating 1988 gem.
If you trust trailers, then this one confirms that Spain’s finest director has returned to doing what he does best.