NEW YORK, NY - MAY 06: Actress Amanda Seyfried and director Pedro Almodovar attend the Costume Institute Gala for the 'PUNK: Chaos to Couture' exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 6, 2013 in New York City.
We've put together a program that will appeal to every kind of movie lover, from exciting new American indies to the best international art-house fare and eye-opening documentaries to family films, thrillers and horror flicks ... We have 20 world premieres and have discovered some amazing new filmmaking voices to introduce alongside such masters as Pedro Almodovar, Marco Bellocchio, Costa-Gavras and Johnnie To.
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Behind the Candelabra
his latest boy toy (Scott Thorson, played by Matt Damon) into a mirror image of himself. He is a bizarro character worthy of a Pedro Almodóvar movie; but what makes the film so resonant is how brilliantly his self-delusion is played. Soderbergh (working from 1:42 PM from EDGE Boston Read more »
Are you ready for EXCITED!
Almodovar’s latest, a farcical comedy that just might be the gayest movie of the year – in every sense – is called I’M SO EXCITED! A return to the zaniness of WOMEN ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN with a sly cameo by Penelope Cruz, EXCITED! takes its title 10:53 AM from Boston Herald Read more »
Hot off the press: Seen and heard in Cannes
gave trophies to two new talents: actress Blanca Suarez and actor Jeremy Irvine. Suarez is perhaps best known for the Pedro Almodovar film "The Skin I Live In," while Irvine got his start in the Oscar-nominated film "War Horse." The two were chosen by a committee from The Seattle Times Read more »
Michael MacLennan: What to Do When an Acclaimed Film Director Normalises and Romanticises Rape?
Pedro Almodóvar's latest film I'm So Excited, which is out now in UK cinemas. I went in expecting to be underwhelmed, given that the reviews hadn't been glowing, but instead left furious at one of its main plot threads. To explain why, I think it best to reverse from The Huffington Post: UK Edition Read more »
for a crash-landing. Frantic with nerves, passengers and crew-members descend into an orgy of alcohol, drugs and sex. Thus Pedro Almodóvar, the prince of modern Spanish cinema, allegorises the state of his country in his latest film, “Los amantes pasajeros” from Economist Read more »