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is for Spanish-language movies made in U.S.A. and also American movies with Hispanic themes.

Cinema of Spain entry at Wikipedia

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Books  on  Spanish  Cinema
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Blood Cinema, Reconstruction of National Identity in Spain book by Marsha Kinder  "Blood Cinema: The Reconstruction of National Identity In Spain"
[1993] by Marsha Kinder

Univ CA Press 8¾x6 pb [12/93] for $27.95
Univ CA Press 10x6¼ hardcover [12/93] out of print/used
Contemporary Spanish Cinema book by Barry Jordan & Rikki Morgan-Tamosunas  "Contemporary Spanish Cinema" [1998]
by Barry Jordan & Rikki Morgan-Tamosunas

Manchester Univ Press 9¼x6¼ pb [7/98] for $21.95
Manchester Univ Press 9¾x6½ hardcover [7/98] out of print/used

Spanish Cinema Auteurist Tradition book edited by Peter William Evans   "Spanish Cinema: The Auteurist Tradition" [2000] Edited by Peter Evans
Oxford Univ Press 8½x5½ pb [3/2000] for $75.00
Oxford Univ Press 8¾x5½ hardcover [3/2000] for $127.74
chapters/subjects include "Bienvenido, Mr. Marshall!" [1952]; "Calle Mayor" [1956] by Bardem; "Los Golfos"
[1962] by Carlos Saura; "Del Rosa ... al Amarillo" [1963] by Manuel Summers; "Tristana" [1970] by Luis Buñuel; "El Espiritu de la Colmena" [1973] by Victor Erice; "Furtivos" [1975] by Borau; "Cambio de Sexo"
[1977] by Aranda & Abril; "Mi Hija Hildegart" [1977] by Fernan Gomez; "El Corazon del Bosque" [1979] by Gutierrez Aragon; "Gary Cooper que Estas en los Cielos" [1980] by Miro; "La Muerte de Mikel" [1983] by Imanol Uribe; "Epilogo" [1984] by Suarez; "Que he Hecho yo Para Merecer Esto?" [1984] by Pedro Almodó-var; "La Vida Alegre" [1986] by Colomo; "Las Cosas del Querer" [1989] by Chavarri; "Jamon, Jamon" [1992] by Bigas Luna; "Belle Epoque" [1992] by Fernando Trueba; "Vacas" [1991] by Julio Medem; and "Nadie Hablara de Nosotras Cuando Hayamos Muerto" [1995] by Diaz Yanes

Spanish National Cinema book by Nuria Triana-Toribio  "Spanish National Cinema" [2003]
by Nuria Triana-Toribio

Routledge 9x6½ pb [1/2003] for $31.95
Routledge 9½x6½ hardcover [1/2003] for $125.00
Cinema of Spain & Portugal book edited by Alberto Mira   "The Cinema of Spain & Portugal" [24 essays 2005]
Edited by Alberto Mira, Preface by Román Gubern

Wallflower Press 9¼x7¼ pb [5/2005] for $29.50
Wallflower Press 9¼x7¼ hardcover [5/2005] for $80.00
Burning Darkness Half Century of Spanish Cinema book edited by Joan Ramon Resina & Andrés Lema-Hincapié  "Burning Darkness: A Half Century of Spanish Cinema" [2008]
Edited by Joan Ramon Resina & Andrés Lema-Hincapié

S.U.N.Y. Press pb [7/2009] for $27.95
S.U.N.Y. Press 9x6 hardcover [7/2008] for $75.00
Developments in Contemporary Spanish Cinema book edited by Ann Davies  "Spain On Screen: Developments In Contemporary Spanish Cinema"
[2011] Edited by Ann Davies

Palgrave Macmillan 8¾x5½ hardcover [1/2011] for $40.00

http://www.amazon.com/Years-Spanish-Cinema-Tatjana-Pavlovi/dp/1405184205/
http://www.amazon.com/Spanish-Cinema-Peter-William-Evans/dp/019818414X/
http://www.amazon.com/Cinema-Contradiction-Spanish-Film-1960s/dp/0748621601/
http://www.amazon.com/Remapping-Postfranco-Cinema-M-Kinder/dp/3718605449/
http://www.amazon.com/Spain-Screen-Developments-Contemporary-Spanish/dp/0230236200/

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Filmmakers  of  Spain

NOTE: Oscar Awards for Best Foreign Language Film are not attributed
by A.M.P.A.S. or IMDb to the director or producer, but to the country of origin.

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won Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film for "All About My Mother" [1999]  won Oscar for Best Original Script for "Talk To Her" [2002]    Pedro  Almodóvar  [Spain]
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awarded French Legion of Honor in 1997

"Almodóvar On Almodóvar" [2/2007] /0571231926/

Desire Unlimited Cinema of Pedro Almodovar book by Paul Julian Smith  
"Desire Unlimited: The Cinema of Pedro Almodóvar" [1994]
by Paul Julian Smith

Verso 2nd edition 8½x7¾ pb [10/2000] for $22.00
Verso 2nd edition 9x8 hardcover [10/2000] for $60.00
Viva Pedro Almodovar collxn  "Viva Pedro: The Almodóvar Collection [2007]
Sony color DVD [1/2007] 9 disks for $87.99
includes "Matador" [1986], "Law of Desire" [1987], "Women On The Verge of A Nervous Breakdown" [1988], "The Flower of My Secret" [1995], "Live Flesh" [1997], "All About My Mother" [1999], "Talk To Her" [2002], and "Bad Education" [2004]
"Matador" [1986]
"Law of Desire" [1987]

"Women On The Verge of A Nervous Breakdown" [1988]
a musical stageplay version of "Verge" opened on Broadway in 2010

"Kika" comedy [1993]

"The Flower of My Secret" [1995]
"Live Flesh" [1997]
"All About My Mother" [1999]
"Talk To Her" [2002]
"Bad Education" [2004]
"Volver"
"Broken Embraces" [Spain March 2009, USA Nov 2009]

"The Skin That I Inhabit" [2010] starring Antonio Banderas
"The first real bummer from Almodóvar." – David Denby, New Yorker Magazine film critic

"Los Amantes Pasajeros (Standby Lovers)" comedy [Spain 2013?]  
Written and directed by Almodóvar, starring Javier Camara, Paz Vega, Penélope Cruz & Antonio Banderas;
added 6/2012: possibly renamed "I'm So Excited", begins filming in July, Sony Pictures Classics purchased
North American distribution rights • latest info at IMDb


Alejandro Amenábar  [Spain]
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"Agora" [Spain Oct 2009, USA May 2010]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agora_(film) /tt1186830/
http://www.agorathemovie.com/ + 13 Goya Award noms, won 7


Vicente Aranda  [b. 1926; Spain]
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award-winning "Amantes" [1991]

Carmen 2003 movie by Vicente Aranda  "Carmen" [Spain Oct 2003]
An author from France observes the passionate love affairs of Spanish beauty Carmen, including a tragic one with the Basque soldier José. Co-written & directed by Vicente Aranda; co-written by Joaquim Jordà, based on the Prosper Mérimée novella of 1847 (before Bizet); starring Paz Vega, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Antonio Dechent, Joan Crosas & Jay Benedict; 7 Goya noms, won one
LionsGate Spanish-language {English subtitles} widescreen color DVD [8/2008] for $15.49
11"x17" poster from Amazon for $14.99
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipediaofficial movie site


won Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film for "The Discreet Charm of The Bourgeoisie" [1972]    Magic Lantern's
Luis  Buñuel  [1900-83] Page
Buñuel was born in Spain, and made films in Spain, France, U.S.A. & Mexico
Buñuel was praised by Alfred Hitchcock as the best director ever.


León  Klimovsky  [1906-96; Argentina/Spain]
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Carlos Saura  [Spain]
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The Films of Carlos Saura book by Marvin D'Lugo  
"The Films of Carlos Saura: The Practice of Seeing" [1991]
by Marvin D'Lugo

Princeton Univ Press 9¼x6 pb [4/91] for $33.95
Princeton Univ Press 10x6¾ hardcover [4/91] out of print/used


actor-director Santiago Segura Silva  [Spain]
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'Dumb Arm of The Law' Spanish hit film  "Torrente #1: El Brazo Tonto de La Ley (The Dumb Arm of The Law)" [Spain March 1998]
Segura's turn as lead character José Luis Torrente, a sleazy crime-fighter, brought him to stardom • Written & directed by and starring Santiago Segura; also starring Javier Cámara, Neus Asensi, Chus Lampreave, Tony Leblanc, Julio Sanjuán, Jimmy Barnatán, Darío Paso, Carlos Perea, Manuel Manquiña, Espartaco Santoni, Antonio de la Torre, Javier Jurdao, Carlos Bardem, Javier Bardem, César Vea, Manuel Tallafé, Rosa Zhidán, Jake Nong, Santiago Barullo, Nuria Carbonell, Carmen Navarro, Cela Ortega, Carlos Lucas, Sixto Cid, Daniel Monzón, El Gran Wyoming, Cañita Brava, Mariola Fuentes, Poli Díaz, Aquilino Gamazo, Eva Sklar, Olga Lorente, Juan Dakas, Luis Gutiérrez, Fernando Sáez, Graciano Fernández, Claudio Contreras, Nuria de la Fuente, Sergio Francisco, Máximo Pradera, Jorge Sanz, Luixy Toledo, Fernando Trueba
Region 1 Blu-ray/DVD not available • Amazon Instant Video [2014] HD rental $2.99, HD purchase $12.99
full credits at IMDbofficial movie websitemovie entry at Wikipedia
watch official trailer [1:03] online at YouTube

Torrente: El Juego computer game  
"Torrente: El Juego" computer game [2001]
from Virtual Toys SL & O~3 Entertainment

computer game for Windows PC from O~3 Ent. [2001] for $9.95
computer game for Windows PC from O~3 Ent. [10/2014] for $18.00

'Torrente 2 Mission in Marbella' Spanish top-grossing film  "Torrente 2: Misión en Marbella (Mission In Marbella)" [Spain March 2001]
Tagline: "Sequels have never been worse"; popularity of the first film led to a sequel that made €22,838,500 at the Spanish box office, becoming the highest-grossing Spanish film of all time • Exec-produced, written & directed by and starring Santiago Segura; also starring Gabino Diego, Tony Leblanc, José Luis Moreno, Inés Sastre, Arturo Valls, Juanito Navarro, Eloi Yebra, Rosanna Walls, Carolina Bona, Paloma Cela, José Luis López Vázquez, José María Rubio, José Antonio Calvo, Ignacio Charrabe, Luis Montes, Yola Berrocal, Ángela Castilla, Damián Ramos, Luixy Toledo, Diego El Cigala, Juan Miguel Fernández, José 'El Morito', Íñigo González, Jerónimo Cantero, Jaime Noguera, Rosa Zhidán, Nuria Carbonell, Julio Sanjuán, Pilar Ortega, Mansueto Manel, Morten Rubén, Santiago Chávarri 'Aco', Sergio Francisco, Miguel Segura, Borja Torres, Richy Castellanos, Fernando Torrente, Fernando Sáez, Paco Carvajal, Bill Holden, José Luis Sanz, Patricia Rivas, Verónica Luján, Manuel Tallafé, Torbe, Juan Manuel Gudari/Gudi, José Ángel Barros, Paco Collado, Goyito Fernández, Moncho Ferrer, Yuliya Bogdanenko, Juan Dakas, Bosco, Luís Alberto, Xavier Deltell, Jesús Bonilla, Rosa Maria Sardà, Cristina Tárrega, Pepe Navarro, Carlos Moyá, Antonio Resines, Manel Fuentes, Manolo Codeso, Santi Millán, José Mota, Jacobo Domínguez, Esther Cañadas, Santiago Urrialde, Andreu Buenafuente, Alexis Valdés, Máximo Pradera, Pablo Carbonell, El Gran Wyoming, Javier Cámara, Chus Lampreave, Neus Asensi
Region 1 Blu-ray/DVD not available • Amazon Instant Video [2014] HD rental $2.99, HD purchase $12.99
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watch 12/2013 subtitled official trailer [1:55] online at YouTube
Torrente 3 The Protector Spanish hit film  "Torrente 3: El Protector (The Protector)" [Spain Sept 2005]
When a popular and beautiful politician decides to expose an evil multinational corporation, the corporation's top executives decide to hire the most incompetent detective they can find to act as her bodyguard • Exec-produced, written & directed by and starring Santiago Segura; also starring José Mota, Javier Gutiérrez, Carlos Latre, Tony Leblanc, Eduardo García, Yvonne Sciò, Silvia Gambino, Ruth Zanon, Fabio Testi, Enrique Villén, Luis Larrodera, Martin Czehmester, Nicolás Rodríguez-Villar, Fernando Sáez, Paco Collado, Enrique Sarasola, Mad Crampi, Torbe, Jorge Segura, Jimmy Barnatán, Damián Ramos, Orlando Abad, Santiago Barullo, Xavier Deltell, Jaime Ordóñez, José María Rubio, Pablo Pinedo, Risitas, Richy Castellanos, Juan Miguel Fernández, Luixy Toledo, José Manuel Moya, Jerónimo Cantero, Regino Arellano, José M. Grande, Edda Díaz, Maite Pastor, César Román, Héc-tor Alba, Methieu Fremont, Jaime Lacasa, Susana Rugama, Briguithe Valderrama, Lucía Lapiedra, Gregorio Fernández 'Goyito', María Luisa Osorio, Emiliana Olmedo, Ana María Sobrino, José Ramón Zabaleta, Hicham Malayo, Dolores González, Mario Calvo Gutiérrez, Bea Morillas, Vanesa Zamora, Carola Baleztena, María Jesús Blascerra, Usun Yoon, Helga Liné, Habdou Diarra, Albert Canil, Fernando Torrente, Lee Lorentz, John Landis, Dani Mar-tín, Marisa Medina, Fofito, Marcos Mundstock, Carlos Iglesias, Florentino Fernández, Andreu Buenafuente, Mami Quevedo, Fran Murcia, Fernando Torres, Oliver Stone, Iker Casillas, José María Gutiérrez/Guti, Iván Helguera, Carlos Pumare, Eduardo Gómez, Cañita Brava, Santiago Urrialde, El Fary
Region 1 Blu-ray/DVD not available • Amazon Instant Video [2013] HD rental $2.99, HD purchase $12.99
full credits at IMDbofficial movie websitemovie entry at Wikipedia
watch 11/2013 subtitled official trailer [1:04] online at YouTube
Torrente 4 Lethal Crisis Spanish comedy film  "Torrente 4: Crisis Letal (Lethal Crisis)" [Spain March 2011]
The world's most uncouth private eye is framed for a crime he didn't commit; a parody of the American film "The Bodyguard" [1992], which starred Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston • Co-produced, written & directed by and starring Santiago Segura; also starring Carlos Areces, Goyo Jiménez, Javier Gutiérrez, Ernesto Sevilla, Maria Lapiedra, Francisco González, Tomás Pozzi, Fernando Esteso, Kiko Rivera, Dolores González, Sílvia Abril, César Vallejos, Carmen de Mairena, Luis Carlos Huapaya 'Luchito', Clever Rangeel, Enrique Apaza 'Amauta', Belén Esteban, Xavier Deltell, José María Rubio 'Barragán', Cañita Brava, Enrique Villén, Mago More, David Castillo, David Cuéllar, Soledad Mallol, Yolanda Ramos, José María Sacristán, Santiago Urrialde, Tony Leblanc, Luis Carlos Tortosa 'Bigotes', Álvaro Tortosa 'Dientes', Yon González, Kiko Matamoros, Juan Carlos Heredia, David Fernández, Dionisio Rodríguez 'El Dioni', Joselito, Fernando Sáez, Luis Valverde 'Luixy Toledo', David Venancio Muro, Jimmy Roca, Gabriel Baloucoume, Janfri Topera, Eduardo Antuña, Juan Carlitos, Emma Ozores, Juanito Navarro, Juan Cerrato, David Meca, Yola Berrocal, Sonia Monroy, Carlitos Way, Torbe, Richy Castellanos, Tony Leblanc Jr., El Batu, John Cobra, José Antonio Calvo, Andrés Amaro, Fernando Torrente, Juan José Jurado, Javier Párraga, Fernando Lázaro, José María Raboso 'Chinche', Juan Miguel Fernández, Gran Mago Gang, Alfonso Martínez, Jaume Togores, Marcos Navarro, Susana Pilar Males, Damián Ramos, Antonio Paniza, Andrés Fernández Iglesias, Ana Obregón, Josemi Rodríguez Sieiro, El Langui, José Mota, Isidro Montalvo, Cesc Fàbregas
Region 1 Blu-ray/DVD not available • Amazon Instant Video [0/00] HD rental $2.99, HD purchase $12.99
full credits at IMDbofficial movie websitemovie entry at Wikipedia
watch 11/2013 subtitled official trailer [1:32] online at YouTube
Torrente 5 Spanish comedy film   "Torrente V: Operación Eurovegas" [Spain Oct 2014]
The top release of 2014 in Spain; corrupt cop Torrente gets out of prison in 2018 and much has changed in his old habitat . . . • Co-produced, written & directed by and starring Santiago Segura; also starring Julián López, Jesulín Janeiro de Ubrique, Alec Baldwin, Damián Ramos, Luis Carlos, Álvaro Tortosa, Cañita Brava, José María Rubio, Angy Fernández, Anna Simon, Florentino Fernández, Carlos Areces, Chus Lampreave, Neus Asensi, José Luis Barroso, Jimmy Roca, Fernando Esteso, Tito Sáez, Sílvia Abril, Dolores González 'Lola', Andrés Pajares, Mary Carmen, Chiquito de la Calzada, Leo Harlem, Santiago Urrialde, Manuel Tallafé, Xavier Deltell, Juan Manuel Montilla 'Langui', Falete, Maxi Iglesias, Jimmy Barnatán, Rafa Mora, Grecia Castta, Carlos Latre, José María Gay de Liébana, Gran Mago Gang, Mocito Feliz, Torbe, Rubén Doblas 'El Rubius', Miguel Angel Rongel Perez, Jordi Gómez, Richy Castellanos, Gregorio Fernández 'Goyito', Luis Valverde 'Luixy Toledo', Tony Leblanc Jr., Fernando Torrente, Pablo Juantegui, Cipri Quintas, Christian Payo, Rafael Luque, Luis Valls, Alejandro Rodríguez Cerezo, Juan Miguel Fernández, Marco Belive, Toni Mata, Alex Kemp, Claire, Jimena, Calma, María José Campanario 'Mariajo', Iñaki Gabilondo, Pablo Motos, Pablo Ibáñez Pérez, Josema Yuste, Jorge D'Alessandro, Josep Pedrerol
Region 1 Blu-ray/DVD not available • Amazon Instant Video [8/2015] HD rental $3.99, HD purchase $12.99
full credits at IMDb
watch 12/2016 subtitled official trailer [1:37] online at YouTube



Actors & Others of Spain

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screenwriter  Rafael  Azcona  [1926-2008; Spain]
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won Oscar for 1992 "Belle Epoque"

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Javier  Bardem  [Spain]
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Penélope  Cruz  [Spain]

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author  Federico  García  Lorca  [1898-1936; Spain]
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"Bodas de Sangre (Blood Wedding)" [1981]
"Yerma" [1998]
"La Casa de Bernarda Alba" [1987]

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Fernando  Rey  [1917-94; Spain]
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actress Emma  Suárez  [Spain]
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Goya-winning Spanish actress Maria Valverde

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José  Luis  López  Vázquez  [Spain]
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Selected  Movies  of  Spain
{ in alphabetical order }

Spain's films have received 4 Best Foreign Language Oscar® wins,
among 19 Best Foreign Film nominations.
list of Spain's submissions for Oscar consideration

Selected movies of:  Asia   •   Canada   •   China   •   France   •   Germany
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"All About My Mother (Todo Sobre mi Madre)"
[Spain 1999]
Written & directed by Pedro Almodóvar; won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film
full credits from IMDb

"Belle Époque" [Spain 1993] Fernando Trueba WON BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR

"Blancanieves" [Spain Sept 2012, USA March 2013]  
Blancanieves (Snow White) 2012 silent film from Spain   Silent film version of the Snow White story; set in 1920s Madrid and retold as a Gothic melodrama, filmed in glorious black & white Co-produced, written & directed by Pablo Berger; starring Maribel Verdú, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Ángela Molina, Pere Ponce, Macarena García, Sofía Oria, Josep Maria Pou, Inma Cuesta, Ramón Barea, Emilio Gavira, Sergio Dorado; won ten Goya Awards, 8 C.E.C. Awards, 2 Fotogramas de Plata Awards, four Gaudi Awards {all of Spain), and several film festival awards
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available
full credits at IMDbSpanish/English official movie sitemovie entry at Wikipedia
watch official trailer [0:58] at YouTube

"Carmen" [Spain 1983] Carlos Saura BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"Course Completed (Asignatura Aprobada)" [Spain 1987] BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"Double Feature (Sesión Continua)" [Spain 1984] José Luis Garci BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"El Amor Brujo" [Spain 1967] Francisco Rovira Beleta BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"The Grandfather (El Abuelo)" [Spain 1998] José Luis Garci BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"La Casa de Mi Padre (My Father's House)" aka "Black Listed"
[Spain April 2009]
La Casa de Mi Padre filmed in Spain's Basque Country  Filmed in Spain's Pais Vasco (Basque Country); a businessman returns to Spain to reconcile with a dying brother; he and his wife and daughter lived in exile for eight years in Argentina to avoid terrorist threats by the Basque separatist group E.T.A. Directed by Gorka Merchán; written by Iñaki Mendiguren; starring Carmelo Gómez, Verónica Echegui, Juan José Ballesta, Emma Suárez, Álex Angulo, Mikel Aramburu, Irene Bau, Aitor Beltrán & Iñaki Font
video/DVD/Blu-ray not available • full credits at IMDb

"La Venganza" [Spain 1958] BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"Los Tarantos" [Spain 1963] BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"Mama Turns A Hundred)" [Spain 1979] Carlos Saura BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"The Matador" [2008] /tt1186238/

"My Dearest Señorita" [Spain 1972] Jaime de Armiñán BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"The Nest (El Nido)" [Spain 1980] Jaime de Armiñán BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"Pan's Labyrinth"
aka "El Laberinto del Fauno"
[Spain 2006
full credits from IMDb

"Plácido" [Spain 1961] Luis García Berlanga BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"The Sea Inside (Mar Adentro)" [Spain 2004]
Alejandro Amenábar WON BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR

"Secrets of the Heart (Secretos del Corazón)" [Spain 1997]
Montxo Armendáriz BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"The Spirit of The Beehive" [] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Spirit_of_the_Beehive

"Talk To Her" aka "Hable Con Ella" [Spain 2002]
Written & directed by Pedro Almodóvar; full credits from IMDb

"That Obscure Object of Desire" [Spain 1977]
Luis Buñuel BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"Tristana" [Spain 1970] Luis Buñuel BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM

"Volver" [Spain 2006]
Written & directed by Pedro Almodóvar; full credits from IMDb

"Volver a Empezar (To Begin Again)" [Spain 1982]
José Luis Garci WON BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR

"Women On The Verge of A Nervous Breakdown)" [Spain 1988]
Pedro Almodóvar BEST FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NOM


Spain  Cinema  Links

Cinema of Spain entry at Wikipedia

foreign movie poster catalog at AllPosters.com
Spanish Movies poster category at AllPosters.com

Foreign Films [dot] com
Lauren Film {distributor} in Spain/España
Cartel Producciones Audiovisuales SL in Madrid,Spain/España
European Film Academy [est. 1988]
European Film Festivals Coordination
Ciudad de La Luz studios [est. 2005] in Alicante, Spain
Complete Index To World Film
Yahoo! España Cine
Museu del Cinema [est. 1994] in Girona, Spain: en Españolin English
online Escuela Ciné (School of Cinema) [est. 2012] based in Spain

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