Synonyms for cine_español or Related words with cine_español

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Examples of "cine_español"
Spanish critic Carlos Aguilar in his "Guía del cine español" considers this film "painful".
Spanish critic Carlos Aguilar in his "Guía del cine español" considers this film "in his own way, a classic".
The ("Festival de Málaga Cine Español") is the most prestigious festival dedicated exclusively to cinema made in Spain. It is held annually during a week in April.
It was also chosen by the Real Academia de Cine Español as Spain's pick for the 2003 Academy Awards over Pedro Almodóvar's "Talk to Her", which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director, and won Best Original Screenplay.
The Málaga Film Festival ("Festival de Málaga Cine Español (FMCE)"), dedicated exclusively to films produced in Spain, is one of the most important festivals in the country. It is held annually during a week in March or April.
Spanish critic Carlos Aguilar in his "Guía del cine español" says that the film has some flaws, such as the different treatment of historical characters, but these are outweighed by good realization and a good cast. Critics also noted the close resemblance of Gabino Diego and Gurruchaga with Philip IV and the Count-Duke of Olivares respectively.
Apart from presenting his show in Catalan, he also hosted a number of programmes for national airing in Spanish, such as "Memorias del Cine Español" (""Memories of Spanish Cinema"") (1978), "Mano a mano" (""Hand in Hand"") (1981) and the first edition of the nightly talk show, "Buenas Noches" (""Good Night"") (1982), with Mercedes Milá. But after that first broadcast, he tendered his resignation, due to an alleged incompatibility with the performance of other activities.
Ken Appledorn (born 1980 in Troy, Michigan) is an American actor known for his work in the series "The Refugees", a joint production of BBC Worldwide and Atresmedia. He is also known for his work in the film ¨Casting¨ where he won the best secondary actor award in the Festival de Málaga de Cine Español as well as the film ¨The Extraordinary Tale¨ in which he was nominated Best Andalucian Actor in the ASECAN awards.
Among the works of individual authorship, can be highlighted "Joaquín Romero Marchent. La firmeza del profesional" (1999), "Ricardo Palacios. Actor, director, observador" (2003), "Giuliano Gemma. El factor romano" (2003), "La espada mágica. El cine fantástico de aventuras" (2006), "Sergio Leone", "Guía del cine", "Guía del cine español" and "Clint Eastwood" in Spain, as well as "Jess Franco. El sexo del horror" (1999) and "FantaEspaña" (2002), in Italy.
The Filmoteca de Andalucía, headquartered in Córdoba, is a government-run entity in charge of the investigation, collection and diffusion of Andalusian cinematic heritage. Other important contributors to this last activity are such annual film festivals as the ("Festival de Málaga Cine Español (FMCE)"), the most important festival dedicated exclusively to cinema made in Spain, the Seville Festival of European Film (SFCE), the International Festival of Short Films - Almería in Short, the Huelva Festival of Latin American Film, the Atlantic Film Show in Cádiz, the Islantilla Festival of Film and Television and the African Film Festival of Tarifa.
In 2013, Spain saw the release of the film "All'Ombra Della Croce" (A la Sombra de la Cruz) directed by the Italian filmmaker Alessandro Pugno. The film tells the secret story of the children of the chorus who sing every day in the mass. They live in a boarding school inside the monument and receive an education that tries to resist the drift towards secularism and scientism of contemporary Spain and of global society. The film has been awarded with the first prize for the best documentary at Festival de Málaga de Cine Español.
The first film, directed by José Luis Sáenz de Heredia, was released in 1935 and starred Angelillo, Pilar Muñoz and Manuel Arbó. Luis Buñuel was the executive producer for Filmófono, and had a small role as an actor. One reviewer from Cine Español opined of the 1935 film, “It is essential to highlight the direction of La hija de Juan Simón as a decisive point in the creation of Spanish cinematic technique”. The film was a major commercial success. The second film was released in 1957, directed by Gonzalo Delgras, with Antonio Molina in the title role.
In 2013 Ken appreared in the film ¨Casting¨ which premiered at the Festival de Málaga de Cine Español, where he won the award for best secondary actor. That same year he also participated in the film ¨Obra 67¨, a film recorded in 13 hours that premiered at the Sevilla European Film Festival . Later that year he appeared in ¨The Extraordinary Tale of the Times Table¨, his first film as a leading man. He was nominated as best Spanish actor in the Andalucian Film Awards (ASECAN) as well as best actor at the Cardiff Film Festival. His most recent project was as a series regular in The Refugees, a joint production of BBC Worldwide and Atresmedia. He is currently filming the series ¨La Brigada de Fenomenos¨ with Canal Sur TV and is part of the cast of the second season of ¨Entertainment¨ a series by the production company Diffferent and directed by David Sainz.
"Soitu" found the pacing fine and discounted any inclination to compare it with similar American films when they wrote ""Nos encontramos ante una película de acción y de intriga bastante bien resuelta. La película tiene un buen ritmo y mantiene la intriga y la acción de manera convincente. Hay quien la clasificaría de “americana” en el sentido que es una película que recuerda a ciertas producciones de Hollywood, pero en mi opinión es una película española de un género y estilo al que no estamos acostumbrados en el cine de este país. Las películas españolas habitualmente se relacionan con la comedia o con el cine de author y, en este caso, se está presentando una película con acción, intriga, persecuciones, tiros, effectos especiales… que pienso que es una propuesta interesante dentro de lo que se considera cine español. "" (We are faced with an action movie and intrigue rather well resolved. The film has a good pace and treats the intrigue and action in a convincing manner. There are some who would sort it as "American" in style and state it is a film that reminds them of Hollywood productions, but in my opinion is a Spanish film genre and style that are not used in the films of this country. Spanish films are usually associated with comedy or art cinema, and in this case, we are presented with a film of action, intrigue, persecution, shots and special effects ... I think it's an interesting proposal in what is considered Spanish cinema.)