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Music Box Acquires Pablo Larrain's 'The Club' For North America

Music Box Films has acquired North American rights to Chilean director Pablo Larrain’s The Club, which won the Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Berlin Film Festival. 215 more words


Gael García Bernal se une al elenco de 'Neruda'

El director chileno Pablo Larraín y Gael García Bernal vuelven a hacer mancuerna en el cine con Neruda.

De acuerdo a Variety, García Bernal interpretará a Oscar Peluchoneau mientras que… 221 more words


Cannes: Gael Garcia Bernal Joins 'Neruda' Drama (EXCLUSIVE)

Gael Garcia Bernal will co-star in “Neruda,” Pablo Larrain’s follow-up to Berlin Grand Jury Prize winner “The Club,” and one of the biggest and highest-profile of projects currently coming out of Latin America, … 275 more words


Rosewater (2014)

Rosewater is a film based on the memoir, Then They Came for Me: A Family’s Story of Love, Captivity, and Survival (2011), by Maziar Bahari. Bahari is an Iranian-born journalist who had left Iran for England, was engaged and having a child with a European woman, but returned June of 2009 to Iran to visit his mother and to cover for Newsweek the presidential election between Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and main opponent Mir-Hossein Mousavi. 486 more words

2014 - Movies



Run time: 103mins

Director: Jon Stewart

Cast: Gael Garcia Bernal, Kim Bodnia, Claire Foy, Dimitri Leonidas, Shohreh Aghdashloo

Synopsis:  This adaptation tells the true story of Iranian Canadian journalist, Maziar Bahari, who was detained in Iran in 2009 while attempting to cover the presidential election. 457 more words


Gael García Bernal manages to choose roles which have something to say about the world, often political, and frequently featuring real people or events (I’m thinking… 116 more words


B007 Ep 92: Rosewater

An 8 minute spoiler-free review of Jon Stewart’s directorial debut, the movie Rosewater. It stars Gael Garcia Bernal as the journalist Maziar Behari who was arrested in Iran following the “Colour Revolution” in 2009 and accused of collaborating with a US spy when really he was just giving an interview for The Daily Show. 41 more words