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  • Andy Warhol's 'Jackie' works were his 'Guernica'

    Andy Warhol's 'Jackie' works were his 'Guernica'
    For art, the 1963 murder of a president became America's Guernica. In style, emotional tenor and generation, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol were very different artists. But both made paintings that spoke to an epic social trauma of their day. And both...
  • Film Review: '15 Years and One Day'

    At once overly buttoned-down and thoroughly improbable, Gracia Querejeta's "15 Years and One Day" plays like a standard telenovela with all the juiciest parts excised. Never allowing its overstocked cast of characters much breathing room, the film lurches...
  • Seville: A perpetual fiesta

    Seville: A perpetual fiesta
    Seville, the capital of Spain's southern Andalucia region, is as soulful a place as I've ever been. It's a wonderful-to-be-alive kind of town, buzzing with festivals, heat, color, guitars and castanets. The gateway to the New World in the 16th century,...
  • Spain's economy shakes off two-year recession in third quarter

    Spain pulled out of two years of recession in the third quarter, news that should give a boost to the efforts of its prime minister to repair the nation's economy though tax increases and spending cuts. The Bank of Spain said Wednesday that gross...
  • Mumbai Fest Crowns 'Jaula de Ora,' 'Powerless'

    HONG KONG - The Mexican film "La Jaula de Oro" was named as the best international film at the close of the 15th edition of the Mumbai Film Festival on Thursday. The Silver Gateway of India trophy was awarded to "Fandry," directed by Nagraj Manjule...
  • Spain calls in U.S. ambassador to complain of spying

    Spain calls in U.S. ambassador to complain of spying
    LONDON -- Spanish officials summoned the U.S. ambassador Monday to discuss allegations that the American government has intercepted tens of millions of Spanish phone calls in recent years. In an article based on documents released by former National...
  • 'Wanted,' 'Low,' 'Love' Bow at Baja

    LOS CABOS - Three awaited Mexican movies - "Mexico's Most Wanted," "Flying Low" and "Natural Philosophy of Love" - all world preem at the 2nd Baja International Film Festival whose Hollywood industry presence underscores that the U.S. is at least...
  • Fox Developing Remake of Spanish TV Hit 'Red Band Society'

    Fox has teamed with film producer Sergio Aguero and scribe Margaret Nagle on a remake of the Spanish TV drama "Red Band Society," from Amblin TV and ABC Studios. Project is a darkly comic coming-of-age drama about a group of six teenagers with serious...
  • A feast for the eyes: Spanish food and design

    A feast for the eyes: Spanish food and design
    In one glass case at the just-opened “Tapas: Spanish Design for Food,” a white dessert plate isn’t what it appears. Created by a pastry chef at the renowned El Celler de Can Roca restaurant in Girona, Spain, the silicone bowl looks...
  • Europa Cinemas Awards Spain's Golem Best Exhib Entrepreneur

    Spanish arthouse distributor-exhibitor Golem Cinemas has won the Best Entrepreneur of the year nod awarded during their annual confab by the EU-backed Europa Cinemas network of exhibitors which support European pics. The Europa Cinemas confab, held Nov....
  • Latin American Connection Drives New San Sebastian Trade

    BUENOS AIRES -- Firmly-established after just two meets as one of the most-important Latin American movie project showcases in Europe, San Sebastian Festival's new Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum has galvanized industry attendance at the...