Marie Claire | La Lugones and a must-see selection of national cinema to watch from home

On its anniversary month, and together with the Foundation Argentine Cinematheque, the emblematic Leopoldo Lugones Room of the Buenos Aires Theater Complex offers a cycle that is truly safety pin. Its title says it all: Argentine, classic and modern cinema (Online Edition) and will offer real jewels of national production every week. Each film will … Read more

Workshops, cinema and exhibitions will bring a month of November full of activity

The Santa María del Páramo City Council continues with its cultural and recreational activity and presents for the month of November a varied program that includes gatherings, workshops, cinema, exhibitions, a drawing contest … with the now traditional Black Friday Paramés that will arrive on last weekend with important discounts in the commercial establishments of … Read more

CINEMA | ‘She Dies Tomorrow’: Pandemic Allegory

MURCIA. Amy Seimetz began to forge her career amid the thriving independent film scene of the early 2000s, particularly within the movement mumblecore, in which its components collaborated actively in almost all departments: they acted, wrote the scripts and a good part of the troupe also directed. From that batch came names like Greta Gerwig, … Read more

José Sacristán or the passion for cinema

José Sacristán keeps the sticker albums from when he was a child. Movie sticker albums, of course, because everything in Sacristán’s life revolves around cinema and theater. He recently invited some neighbors over to his house and showed them those albums. In one of them, from the mid-40s, ‘Astros and Stars of the Screen’, four … Read more

‘Woman’ leads its last Wednesday but Telecinco’s cinema improves

‘Woman’ said goodbye to the Wednesday night before the arrival of ‘Mask singer’ in his line, with a great 16.9% and 2,037,000 viewers. The Turkish fiction of Antena 3, however, found a great rise in Telecinco’s cinema compared to Tuesday. The movie ‘The skyscraper’ scored a good 15.3% and 1,989,000 followers, remaining just one tenth … Read more

Recognize cinema as an essential good of culture

This is one of the twelve provisional conclusions drawn in a conference that took place this Wednesday, October 28, within the framework of the 65 Seminci, in which he has brought together some thirty festival directors, independent distributors and institutional representatives. Festival directors, independent distributors and institutional representatives met on Wednesday morning Valladolid to draw … Read more

Cinema multiplexes criticize reopening conditions: “They do not allow sustainable operation” | Arts and culture

After months of silence, the Chamber of Exhibitors of Multipurpose Rooms of Chile (CAEM) referred to the complex scenario that the main cinema chains have faced as a result of the covid-19 pandemic. Through a statement, the trade union body shared its concern about the economic effects of the health situation, as well as the … Read more

The worst director in the history of cinema

The history of cinema is full of good movies. We all remember classics like ‘The Godfather’, ‘Breakfast with Diamonds’, ‘The Great Dictator’, or more recent ones like ‘Forrest Gump’, ‘El Renacido’ o ‘Pulp Fiction’. But within the history of cinema, the worst films in history also generate some admiration, and you just have to see … Read more