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ROSEWATER to be screened at AUSTIN FEST

“Rosewater,” Jon Stewart’s directorial debut retelling the story of imprisoned and subsequently-released journalist Maziar Bahari, will be shown as part of this year’s Austin Film Festival’s Closing Night event, it was just announced today. 37 more words

Festivals

Screening and Discussion of Who Is Dayani Cristal?

As part of the Buffalo Humanities Festival, Tanya Shilina-Conte and I screened Who Is Dayani Cristal? starring Gael Garcia Bernal and directed by Marc Silver, on Thursday, September 25. 53 more words

Events

Movies I can't wait to see!

There are some really great movies coming out. We are heading into fall where those dramatic contenders come out. I love movie trailers and I usually go and see a film based on the trailer and not so much the actor’s starring in the film. 56 more words

Movies

'Niño Santo' de Diego Luna y Gael García Bernal llegará a A&E

La serie mexicana “Niño Santo” la cuál fue producida por Diego Luna y Gael García Bernal, será adaptada para el canal A&E.

Su versión original fue creada por Mauricio Katz, Pedro Peirano y Pablo Cruz y trata de un grupo de jóvenes doctores que son enviados a un pueblo remoto a vacunar a las personas de ahí, pero en ese pueblo se encuentran con un culto inusual encabezado por un curandero. 275 more words

Noticias

Diego Luna & Gael García Bernal To Produce Adaptation Of Mexican Series 'Niño Santo' For A&E & Amblin TV

A&E Network has teamed with Mexican actors Diego Luna and Gael García Bernal and Steven Spielberg’s Amblin TV for Niño Santo, based on the Mexican spiritual medical drama series exec produced by Luna and Garcia Bernal. 312 more words

Primetime Pilot Panic

The Motorcycle Diaries

The Motorcycle Diaries (2004) (126 mins)

Starring – Gael García Bernal, Rodrigo de la Serna, Mía Maestro

Premise – The dramatisation of the 1952 expedition of South America which prompted Che Guevara’s transformation into the globally renowned revolutionary. 581 more words

Mammoth (2009)

Lukas Moodysson was only 29 years old when he impressed the world with his directorial debut Show Me Love. A coming of age story about two teenage girls who fall in love is one of the most honest and heart-warming lesbian coming of age films I’ve ever seen (this was of course until Abdellatif Kechiche’s masterpiece… 811 more words

Film Reviews