New Italian Cinema
From writer/director Icíar Bollaín, this joyous new romcom features the superb Candela Peña as a woman who finally decides to take charge of her life after always putting others first.
The number one Argentinian film of 2019, Heroic Losers is a homespun Ocean’s 11 featuring superstar Ricardo Darín and his son Chino in a comedy heist rich in local colour.
The long-anticipated sequel to the Basque hit comedy Aupa Etxebeste!, it’s a battle-of-the-sexes in this sharp social satire about corruption, marriage and power in local politics.
Oscar-winner Alejandro Amenábar’s exposé of the 1936 Spanish coup reveals the personal side of politics through the eyes of writer Miguel de Unamuno in this six-time Goya-winning drama.
Australian comedian and filmmaker Simon Palomares visits Cuba to explore the universal joy of laughter in a film heralded as “The Buena Vista Social Club of comedy!”
A devil-may-care road trip film, starring screen icon Victoria Abril, about three women taking the adventure of a lifetime when their own lives come to a crossroads.
The Spain Tourism Board proudly presents Wishlist.
An extraordinary portrait of a brave young mother in Barcelona who must decide whether to reject her father in order to protect her own child, starring Eduard and Greta Fernández.
In this nocturnal thriller, Mario Casas stars as a good-natured man who has an unexpected deadly confrontation on a night of adventure, taking him to extremes he could never have imagined.
Taking Spanish audiences by storm, this hilarious blockbuster comedy sees three unemployed university professors turn their talents to Madrid’s recreational drug trade.
A box office hit tale of love lost and wealth found, Santi’s (Álex García) life takes an unexpected twist when he wins a lottery jackpot in Álvaro Fernández Armero’s hilarious rags-to-riches comedy.
The dream of home ownership takes an unexpected turn when a young woman must wait for a property’s current elderly owner to die in this offbeat tale of women’s friendship.
This thrilling, highly awarded western set in the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War sees a reclusive shepherd (Luis Tosar) and a terrified young boy form an unexpected friendship.
Winner of Best Film at the 2021 Goya Awards, female friendship lies at the heart of Pilar Palomero’s celebrated coming-of-age drama set in Spain in the early 1990s.
A summertime coming-of-age tale for the thirty-somethings, The August Virgin celebrates a woman’s journey of discovery in the balmy streets of Madrid.
Award-winning actors Raúl Arévalo and Juan Diego Botto unite in an unforgettable romantic holiday adventure set in the wild world of 1950’s Ibiza, where dreams sometimes carry a sting in the tail.
An enthralling serial killer mystery set in the world of wealthy art collectors, as a murderer finds gruesome inspiration in the famous paintings of Spanish master Francisco Goya – starring Maribel Verdú.
The highly anticipated debut film from Catalan filmmaker Lucía Alemany is a powerful snapshot of growing up in a small, conservative village.
A captivating historical drama brimming with twists and turns, The Island of Lies reveals that nothing – and no one – are what they first appear.
Trapped inside a small apartment where hidden secrets slowly rise to the surface, three friends are forced to confront revealing truths in this biting comedy featuring Antonio de la Torre and Raúl Arévalo.
A gripping WWII journey where obsession, determination and courage reign supreme, this exhilarating thriller follows a fugitive guerrilla trying to survive in northern Spain.
Friendship, true love and professionalism collide with hilarious results when a die-hard single woman is hired to plan the wedding of her best friend to the man she secretly loves.
A divorce, a mortgage and sharing an abode with your ex – it’s a hilarious War of the Roses scenario where the battlelines are literally drawn through the middle of the house.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Pablo Larraín returns with an electrifying portrait of a free-spirited dancer who is forced to examine her wild lifestyle to address a mistake from the past.
A love letter to adolescence, Go Youth! explores the loves, dreams, and fears of four teens in Mexico City who rebel against the adult world.
In powerhouse filmmaker Andrés Wood’s engrossing political thriller, the horrors of Chile’s past haunt the lives of a group of one-time radicals.
A witty, contemporary Argentinian take on the very unique and sometimes unanticipated challenges that can occur when starting a family in your 40s, and in a same-sex relationship.
An exhilarating and upbeat film about love, loyalty and family in 1990s Argentina, a young girl is forced to act when her parents’ divorce threatens to separate her from her father.
A satirical Godfather-like crime epic, spanning from the 1950s to 1970s, about a slick grifter working the seedy underbelly of South American book-cooking schemes.
A compelling portrait of a photographer who crosses dangerous lines in life and love when obsessing over his client’s young bride-to-be in late 19th century South America.