Oscar Isaac will be Pablo Escobar

The Guatemalan actor Oscar Isaac continues his ascending path in Hollywood, the interpreter has gone from being secondary to playing great leading roles.

Cinema and education: This is my land

New entry to talk about another film classic related to education. And we dressed up to talk about "This is my land", a real gem of cinema, directed by the famous director Jean Renoir. The film is not fully educational, at least not to use, the lesson is not directed for the students, but for the whole of society, there is nothing ... With a script by Jean Renoir and Dudley Nichols, the 1943 film is starring: Charles Laughton, Maureen O'Hara, George Sanders, Walter Slezak, Kent Smith, Una O'Connor, Philip Merivale and George Coulouris, among others.

The end of Alta Films

Enrique González Macho, president of Alta Films, has confirmed that he does not see any way to continue with his activity.

Cinema and education: 'Not one less'

The film is 'Ni uno menos (Not one less)', directed by Zhang Yimou ('The Flowers of War') in 1999, and starring: Minzhi Wei, Huike Zhang, Zhenda Tian, ​​Enman Gao, Zhimei Sun , Yuying Fen, Fanfan Li, Zhang Yichang, Xu Zhanqing, Liu Hanzhi, Ma Guolin, Wu Wanlu, Liu Ru, Wang Shulan, Fu Xinmin and Bai Mei, accompanied by non-professional actors interpreting characters based on themselves.

UK prepares tomorrow's spectators

Ed Vaizey, British culture minister, stated that "we entrusted BFI with the creation of a strategy that not only boosts the number of spectators"

China censors Tarantino's 'Django unchained'

The screenings of Quentin Tarantino's film 'Django Unchained' were suspended at the last minute in theaters in China. They justified the cancellation for ridiculous "technical reasons." Some users have said on a popular Chinese social network that the movie was shown for a few minutes.

'lI Gincana Cinematográfica' of the Catalan school 'El Plató de Cinema'

Under the concept 'With creativity we overcome it', the II Cinematographic Gincana organized by the Catalan school 'El Plató de Cinema', aims to offer an alternative at such a difficult time for the world of celluloid and culture in general. The initiative was born with the desire to provide the cinematographic sector with fresh air, so it does not require technical or narrative knowledge of cinema, but a lot of creativity and a good dose of cinephilia.

Eliza Lynch: Queen of Paraguay

Alan Gilsenan is finishing the movie Eliza Lynch: Queen of Paraguay, a film that tells us the love story between Eliza and Francisco Solano López

Movie Marathon on Paramount Channel

Next Saturday, March 30, the well-known Paramount Channel celebrates “A year of cinema” and to celebrate it, it will give away a great movie marathon

Nantes Spanish Film Festival

The film Los Amantes Passengers opened the Nantes Spanish Film Festival, which will present several Spanish films until April 9.

Cinema piracy in Spain

Around 43% of Internet users pirate movies, adding that this number of acts of piracy reaches the figure of 536 million.

Ryan Gosling takes a break from his career

Canadian actor Ryan Gosling has stated in an interview with the AP agency that he is going to take a break. Apparently Gosling, who is doing the promotion 'Crossroads (The Place Beyond The Pines)', and who recently premiered in Spain '' Blue Valentine '', is tired, since according to himself he has said "He has been doing it a lot (act) ", and this has caused that" I have lost perspective on what I am doing. I think it will be good for me to take a break and reflect on what I do and how I do it. "

Henry Bromell passes away

Henry Bromell was an indisputable part of the Homeland team since its inception, but also of others well known around the world such as Doctor in Alaska.

Morocco awaits Oliver Stone

Oliver Stone is preparing to shoot in the deserts of Morocco, in a film that will deal with terrorism in the Sahel region.

Bloody west

Manuel M. Velasco sees that now is not a good time to start the project called Bloody West, although he does not give up

Simple and effective humor in 'If it were easy'

Judd Apatow directs and writes 'If It Were Easy', one of the latest additions to our box office featuring: Paul Rudd (Pete), Leslie Mann (Debbie), Megan Fox (Desi), Albert Brooks (Larry), Jason Segel (Jason) , John Lithgow (Oliver), Iris Apatow (Charlotte), Maude Apatow (Sadie), Melissa McCarthy (Catherine), Chris O'Dowd (Ronnie), Robert Smigel (Barry) and Annie Mumolo (Barb).

Willem Dafoe and Ellen Page together in 'Beyond: Two Souls'

It already happened with 'Heavy Rain' and now the exact same thing happens again with 'Beyond: Two Souls'; David Cage speaks and raises expectations, from the latest work of Quantic Dream, it is 'Beyond: Two Souls', a product halfway between the cinema and the video game that will end up coming soon to the PS3. It's normal for Cage to find your product exceptional, but maybe you should wait for the rest of us to say so, however, the new Quantic Dream game looks spectacular.

Mama could have her sequel

Mama, the film produced by Guillermo del Toro that is sweeping the box office around the world, could have its sequel.

Bruce Lee will have a new biopic

Biopic of Bruce Lee, which will focus on a dispute caused by the dissatisfaction of the Chinese community with Bruce Lee teaching Kung Fu.

Petro Vlahos, the inventor of the chroma, passed away

Special effects pioneer Petro Vlahos passed away on February 10 at the age of 96 after a life dedicated to making possible in film what seemed impossible through the use of chroma technology. Vlahos has won four awards from the Hollywood Academy for his contributions to the cinema industry and has amassed more than 35 patents for his creations.

The 10 best films of Alfred Hitchcock, the master of suspense

Following the premiere last weekend of the film 'Hitchcock' by Sacha Gervasi, the website labutaca.net has prepared a list of the Alfred Hitchcock films that they like the most. Inspired by your article, we have made a selection with our 10 favorites. Without a doubt practically all his filmography deserves to be in this article, but we want to value the 10 selected titles.

Art Directors Guild Awards

The Art Directors Guild has awarded its awards in which the films "Anna Karenina", "Life of Pi" and "Skyfall" have won.

Stefan Kudelski passes away

Stefan Kudelski, father of Nagra III, considered one of the basic audio tools of independent cinema, has died at the age of 83.

Scene from the movie 'Mom' that is sweeping the US box office.

'Mom sweeps the US box office

'Mama', the co-production between Spain and Canada directed by Andy Muschietti, played by Jessica Chastain (Annabel), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Lucas), Megan Charpentier and Isabelle Nélisse, is a horror story whose script has been run by the hand of Neil Cross, Andy Muschietti and Barbara Muschietti, based on the homonymous short film directed in 2008 by Muschietti himself.

Pepa Flores, Marisol, turns 65

Next Monday, February 4, the child prodigy of Spanish cinema and song will turn 65. The actress Pepa Flores, better known by her stage name, Marisol, became well known in our country with films such as "Tómbola", "Un ray de luz" or "Cabriola" in the 60s. An unprecedented success that years later the overflowed.

Actress Patty Shepard passed away

On January 3, 2013, American actress Patty Sheppard passed away. The actress was settled in Spain since the early 60s, where she appeared in about fifty films. The also American model died of a heart attack at the age of 67.

The 10 most profitable actors in Hollywood

Annual list with the ten actors who have reported the most money to their productions in relation to their salaries. This year the list is headed by Natalie Portman and the Twilight trio took three of the positions.

Spanish cinema at its best in the last 27 years

The FAPAE has congratulated all the Spanish productions for these results, being "The impossible", "The adventures of" Tadeo Jones "and" I have desire of you "the highest grossing films of 2012

Angelina Jolie nominated to direct 'Unbroken'

The actress and director, Angelina Jolie, could take over from Francis Lawrence to direct the film 'Unbroken'. A film that will tell the story of Louis Zamperini, a man who competed in the 1936 Olympic Games and fought in World War II.

Charles Durning dies at 89

Charles Durning passes away

Los Angeles Time announced in its obituary the death of the "king of secondary actors", Charles Durning, who died of natural causes at 89 on December 24.

'The Adventures of Tadeo Jones' hits the DVD market

December's Best DVD Releases

Without a trace. My sister's friend. From your window to mine. Happiness never comes alone. Ted. And where are the men? The Bourne Legacy. The Mercenaries 2 Love under the hawthorn. 9 months. Queens cops. Rock of Ages. Seven Swords. Brave Evelyn. Prometheus. Pirates! Madagascar 3: Marching through Europe. Rock'n'Love. Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter. The adventures of Tadeo Jones. Carminates or bursts.

Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy, ninth and first place of the least profitable

These actors are a wreck

Forbes magazine has published the list of the least profitable actors in Hollywood. Eddie Murphy tops the list of the ten least profitable actors. These actors are a wreck.

Tony Leblanc passed away yesterday

Spanish cinema mourns Tony Leblanc

Hundreds of people have come to the burning chapel of actor Tony Leblanc since early this morning this Sunday, November 25. The burning chapel had been located in the Fernando Fernán Gómez Theater, in the Plaza de Colón, to give his last goodbye to the artist who died yesterday at the age of 90.

4 + 1 film festival

Third edition of the 4 + 1 Festival

The festival, which will have us hooked on the screen, gets underway today, and until November 30 we will be able to enjoy a large number of titles.

Tribute to Juan Luis Galiardo

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Spain will remember the actor Juan Luis Galiardo with a tribute on Tuesday, November 5.

Amaia Salamanca and Óscar Jaenada in Robbery!

'Robbery!' on the Spanish billboard

Guillermo Francella, Amaia Salamanca, Nicolás Cabré, Óscar Jaenada, Daniel Fanego and Jordi Martínez lead the cast of '¡Atraco!', The new comedy produced between Spain and Argentina and directed by Eduard Cortés. The synopsis of 'Heist!' It places us in the winter of 1.955, when General Perón, exiled in Panama after being overthrown as president of Argentina by a military coup, finds himself in an economic situation of absolute precariousness. One of his assistants proposes to pawn the extraordinary collection of jewels of Evita, who died a few years ago. But it must be done without the general knowing because he would never authorize getting rid of them: for Perón they are a talisman. The assistant travels to Madrid and manages to secretly pawn them in a prestigious jewelry store in the city. But a fortuitous event endangers the custody of the legendary jewels and, alerted the Peronists, in order to recover them they organize a robbery. One of the most insane robberies in crime history.

"Snow White and the Huntsman Legend" hits the DVD market.

October's Best DVD Releases

Today we leave you a selection of the film premieres in the DVD market for the month of October, among which we highlight 'Snow White and the legend of the hunter' that hit the US box office. We hope you find it very useful so you don't miss anything: Eichmann. The day's cold light. Infiltrators in class. Love's Kitchen. United by a dream. Perfect Crime. When I find you. Strangers on a train. The shadow of betrayal. Diamond Flash. The Big Year. Kathmandu. Salmon fishing in Yemen. The sex of angels. Rookford's curse. The shadow of the others. Snowwhite and the legend of the hunter. A place to stay. What men think about. Finally alone! Warrior heart. Orange honey. ¿What if we all live together? MS1: Maximum security. The girls on the 6th floor. Bravery act.

Hotel employee fired for talking about Jennifer Aniston

An extremely curious fact: Jennifer Aniston is in Santa Fe, New Mexico, filming her new movie "We are the Millers" and she settled in the Encantado Resort hotel, a stay that has quickly resulted in the dismissal of one of the employees of said hotel.

Image from the filming of the movie 'El cuerpo' by Oriol Paulo

The Sitges International Festival kicks off with 'El cuerpo'

The International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia begins its 45th edition today, with a film as standard bearer and star of the opening day, the Catalan film 'El cuerpo', which is Oriol Paulo's debut feature, and has become one of the most anticipated premieres. In the premiere that took place this afternoon at 19:XNUMX p.m., the team formed by the director himself and the actors José Coronado, Belén Rueda, Hugo Silva and Aura Garrido were seen. 'The body' is a thriller that revolves around the disappearance of a corpse in the morgue.

«Beautiful Creatures»: two teenagers in trouble

We bring the first trailer for the supernatural drama "Beautiful Creatures", a film starring a cast that includes Alice Englert, Alder Ehrenreich, Jeremy Irons, Emma Thompson, Viola Davis and Emmy Rossum.

300 rename again

The sequel to the movie 300 continues to advance and now they have changed the title that it initially had from 300: Battle ...

Disney makes children cry

Disney is giving a lot to talk about, but not positively. Days ago there was talk of a chapter in a series where ...

Tony Scott committed suicide at age 68

Surprising news: English filmmaker Tony Scott - Ridley Scott's brother - died yesterday Sunday at the age of 68 when he succumbed by jumping off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Los Angeles.


Daniel Day-Lewis is already Abraham Lincoln

We already have the first official photo of Daniel Day-Lewis as Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States. The film will be called "Lincoln" and is directed by Steven Spielberg.

Second Online Film Festival

The second edition of the Online Film Festival is taking place on the Filmotech.com website, where we can see ...

"The Sessions": a virgin at 38

Producer Fox Searchlight shows us the trailer for "The Sessions," a film based on the autobiographical writings of California journalist and poet Mark O'Brien.

Cruise and Holmes part ways

Actress Katie Holmes, until now the wife of fellow actor Tom Cruise, has filed for divorce as announced by Bert ...

Keira Knightley is "Ana Karenina"

We bring the trailer for the film adaptation of the literary work "Ana Karenina", by Leon Tolstoy, starring Keira Knightley, Jude Law and Aaron Johnson.

"American": Salma Hayek is a stripper

The production company PI Pictures shows us the trailer for "Americano", a film starring Salma Hayek with Mathieu Demy, Chiara Mastroianni and Geraldine Chaplin.