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Julia’s Eyes (Spanish Film Festival)

Sarah Ward May 29, 2011 0

As a primarily visual medium, film is often concerned with the concept of sight. Whilst the vision of the characters depicted drives the story, the inherent acceptance by audiences of the imagery placed before

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Carancho (Spanish Film Festival)

Sarah Ward May 28, 2011 0

Whilst doctors and nurses proliferate as protagonists in features and series, paramedics aren’t afforded the same level of attention. Indeed, apart from the clunky comedies Mother, Jugs And Speed and Paramedics, and Martin Scorsese’s

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Anything You Want (Spanish Film Festival)

Sarah Ward May 27, 2011 0

With a sizeable spate of accolades to his name for his debut effort El Bola and sophomore feature November (including two Goyas, a European Film and Cinema Writers Circle award, and recognition from the

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The Life Of Fish (Spanish Film Festival)

Sarah Ward May 25, 2011 0

The Chilean entrant for best foreign film at the 83rd Academy Awards (with Danish feature In A Better World winning out over eventual nominees Outside The Law, Dogtooth, Incendies and Biutiful), The Life Of

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Rage (Spanish Film Festival)

Sarah Ward May 23, 2011 0

Whilst the act of falling in love has such an abundance of positive consequences that the entire popular music industry appears to be predicated upon it, for some it can be fraught with negativity.

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The Last Circus (Spanish Film Festival)

Sarah Ward May 20, 2011 0

Beloved by some, belittled by others, and seen as both entertaining and frightening in various guises, the amusing comic performers known as clowns made the leap from the circus to the screen with the

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