We talk to Danny DeVito, recipient of one of the Donostia Awards (honorary awards) this year in San Sebastian.
Tag: David Martos
In 1979 a teenage girl emigrates back to Brazil from Paris, plunging into the political and social storm of that country.
Set in the early 1980’s, the film tells the story of John DeLorean through his friendship with charming ex-con turned FBI informant, Jim Hoffman.
Recovered almost 90 years after being shot, archive materials are put together in order to reconstruct one of Stalin’s regime fake trials.
The young Clare, after a tragic incident, chases a British soldier through the wilderness in Tasmania.
José is a young man living in Guatemala. Amidst violence and poverty, he faces life and the challenges of being gay.
A study into the Utoya and Oslo terrorist attacks in Norway, back in 2011. The film follows one of the victims’ recovery and the trial on the murderer.
A young German boy wants to be an artist after the Second World War.
Two films about reconciliation and the weight of guilt. The first is a poetic song to humankind; the second is a comedy depicting a live capital.
“El Pepe” is Pepe Mujica, former president of Uruguay, who holds a long and thoughtful conversation with the director about his everyday life and political ideas.