A Tarantino-style alternate history plot with elements from Buñuel’s singular sense of the absurd.
Based on Raymond Queneau’s best seller “We Always Treat Women Too Well”.
In the cold autumn of 1945, the survivors from a batallion of resistance fighters flee to the Pyrenees, trying to escape the Francoist army. Our protagonists are an unlikely group of romantics, dim-wits and idealists. Their lack of any tactical ability and a cruel twist of fate lead them to take a post office by force in a forgotten village: Black Eagles.
SUPERTHINGS is a content franchise for kids that will include a two-season series and a feature film that have been conceived and developed parallel to a very successful IP in the toy sector: the SUPE
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It’s time for the latest installment of the most successful saga in Spanish movie history, whose first two parts, “Spanish Affair” and its sequel, “Spanish Affair 2”, still occupy the first and third positions, respectively, in the ranking of the biggest, Spanish-produced box office hits of all time.
The first film from the famous TV presenter and star of Spanish stand-up, Eva Hache.
A documentary about how you can still be an actress when your memories are slowly fading away.
A convincing invitation to live in the here and now.
The new film by the director of PIGGY, Carlota Pereda.
Emma wants to learn how to communicate with the spirit of a little girl who has spent centuries trapped inside a chapel and so she tries to convince Carol, a skeptical and fake medium, to help her. Contacting the spirit will help her to remain close to her sick mother once she dies. What Carol doesn’t suspect is that Emma really does have “the gift” and, if she keeps on trying to use it without her help, she will be putting her young life at risk.
The Sleeping Woman is a thriller with supernatural elements, that has a complicated love triangle at its core.
Ana, a nursing assistant, starts to feel attracted to Agustín, the husband of the woman in a coma whom she’s caring for. It is then that she begins to be harassed by strange, paranormal phenomena, that seem to be trying to kick her out of the house and separate her from Agustín.
Based on a true story set during Spain’s cruel civil war.
In 1935, Antoni Benaiges is hired as a teacher in a small, isolated village in Burgos, Spain. There, he establishes an intense relationship with his students, a group of young boys and girls between the ages of six and twelve, to whom he makes a promise: to take them to see the sea for the first time in their lives.
75 years later, the granddaughter of one of those students discovers the wonderful story hidden behind a promise that was never fulfilled.