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Meet Ana de Armas, the Actress Who's Quickly Rising Through the Hollywood Ranks

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Meet Ana de Armas, the Actress Who's Quickly Rising Through the Hollywood Ranks
Ana de Armas is wasting no time making her mark on Hollywood, and you'd be smart to keep an eye on her. The 29-year-old is about to be everywhere with her role as Joi, Ryan Gosling's love interest in the new Blade Runner 2049 movie, and she's also set to star alongside Rosamund Pike and Clive Owen in Three Seconds, which will hit theaters in 2018. Get to know a few key facts about Ana before your girl-crush really intensifies. Cuba has her heart. Ana was born and raised in Cuba before she moved to Spain at age 18 in pursuit of her acting career. She's as tough as a bull (kind of). The actress was born on April 30, 1988, making her a Taurus. When she's not acting, she's dancing. Ana loves to share videos of her and her friends shaking what their mamas gave them on Instagram. She's got a serious case of puppy love.
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Recent Spanish Cinema Xviii - Announces 2012 Full Program & Guest - Press Event & Opening Gala Credentials

The Spanish Institute for Film and Audiovisual Arts (Icaa) a part of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, together with the American Cinematheque and Egeda (Audio-Visual Producers’ Rights Management Association) announce the 18th edition of Recent Spanish Cinema series that will showcase the most outstanding recent Spanish films at the American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles, October 11 – 14, 2012.

This 2012 series will be kicked off with the special opening premiere of the official Spanish Entry for Best Foreign Language Film for the Academy Awards 2013, Blancanieves (Snow White) directed by Pablo Berger and starring Maribel Verdú, Inma Cuesta & Macarena García.

This edition is honored with the attendance of directors Pablo Berger (Blancanieves), Benito Zambrano (The Sleeping Voice) and Patricia Ferreira (The Wild Ones).

Join us for our 18th annual showcase of the wildest, sexiest new films from Spain - on the big screen at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. Included in this year's lineup are the 2012 Goya Best Film winner No Rest For The Wicked, a searing neo-noir from director Enrique Urbizu, starring Jose Coronado; Alberto Rodriguez's crime drama Unit 7 and Fernando Gonzalez Molina's coming of age drama and romance I Want You (the sequel to Three Steps Above Heaven, a selection from last year's Recent Spanish Cinema), both starring Spanish star Mario Casas. Also included are Ignacio Ferreras' stunning animated feature Wrinkles, based on Paco Roca’s comic of the same title; The Wild Ones, an elegant triptych of coming-of-age tales and winner of four awards at the Malaga Spanish Film Festival; and 2011’s much-lauded, multiple-Goya winner The Sleeping Voice, starring Maria Leon, Inma Cuesta, from director Benito Zambrano.

In addition to the lineup, the series will screen the short film Wings by José Villalobos, the winning entry from the New Filmmakers from Spain short film contest, a competition for Spanish film students living in USA.

For further details on the schedule, please check the Recent Spanish Cinema website

Venue: 6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028. Tickets:

Blancanieves (Snow White)

2012| Mama Films, Arcadia Motion Pictures, Motion Investment Group, Noodles Production|104 min.

Dir. Pablo Berger.

Cast: Maribel Verdú, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Ángela Molina, Inma Cuesta, Macarena García.

The Sleeping Voice (La Voz Dormida)

2011|Maestranza Films, Mirada Sur|128 min.

Dir. Benito Zambrano.

Cast: Inma Cuesta, María Leon, Marc Clotet, Daniel Holguín.

Unit 7 (Grupo 7)

2012|Atípica films, La Zanfoña Producciones, Sacromonte Films|96 min.

Dir. Alberto Rodríguez.

Cast: Mario Casas, Antonio de la Torre, Inma Cuesta.

Wrinkles (Arrugas)

2011|Perro Verde Films, Cromosoma |89 min.

Dir. Ignacio Ferreras

I Want You (Tengo Ganas De Ti)

2012|Zeta Audiovisual, Antena 3 Films|124 min.

Dir. Fernando González Molina.

Cast: Mario Casas, Clara Lago, María Valverde.

The Wild Ones (Els Nens Salvatges)

2012| Distinto Films, Aralan Films, La Femme Endormie Sarl |100 min.

Dir. Patricia Ferreira.

Cast: Marina Comas, Álex Monner, Albert Baró.
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The Skin I Live In/Elena Anaya/Jan Cornet: Goya Winners

Fernando Tejero, Salma Hayek, As Luck Would Have It No Rest For The Wicked, The Artist, Un Cuento Chino: Goya Award Winners Pt.1 Best Actor Daniel Brühl, Eva Antonio Banderas, The Skin I Live In Luis Tosar, Mientras duermes * José Coronado, No Rest for the Wicked Best Actress Verónica Echegui, Katmandu: un espejo en el cielo * Elena Anaya, The Skin I Live In Inma Cuesta, The Sleeping Voice Salma Hayek, La Chispa de la vida / As Luck Would Have It Best Supporting Actor Juan Diego, 23-f: la película * Lluís Homar, Eva Juanjo Artero, No Rest for the Wicked Raúl Arévalo, Cousins Best Supporting Actress Goya Toledo, Maktub Maribel Verdú, De tu ventana a la mía Pilar López de Ayala, Intruders * Ana Wagener, The Sleeping Voice Best New Actor José Mota, As Luck Would Have It * Jan Cornet, The Skin I Live In Adrián Lastra, Cousins Marc Clotet, The Sleeping
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Goya Awards (Premios Goyas) 2012: Nominations: The Skin I Live In

The Skin I Live In (La piel que habito) and the other nominations for the 2012 Goya Awards (Premios Goyas) have been announced. The 26th Annual Goya Awards (Premios Goyas), presented by the Academia de las Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas de España (Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences), is “Spain’s main national film awards, considered by many in Spain, and internationally, to be the Spanish equivalent of the American Academy Awards.” The awards will be handed out on February 19, 2012 in Madrid, Spain.

The full listing of the 2012 Goya Awards (Premios Goyas) nominations is below.


La piel que habito (The Skin I Live In), Pedro Almodovar

No habrá paz para los malvados (No Rest for the Wicked), Enrique Urbizu

La voz dormida (The Sleeping Voice), Benito Zambrano

Blackthorn. Sin destino (Blackthorn), Mateo Gil


Pedro Almodovar, La piel que habito (The Skin I Live In)

Benito Zambrano, La voz dormida
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59th San Sebastian Film Fest includes latest from Urbizu, Lacuesta and Vigalondo

Last week we broke out news about the international lineup for the official section of the 59th San Sebastian Film Festival. Today we receive word on the Spanish titles that would be showcased at this year's edition including the latest from Enrique Urbizu, Isaki Lacuesta and Nacho Vigalondo (see pic). Competing for the Golden Shell award at the official section we find: “No HABRÁ Paz Para Los Malvados (No Rest For The Wicked)” from Enrique Urbizu, starring José Coronado, Rodolfo Sancho, Helena Miquel and Juanjo Artero. The comeback of one of the most gripping Spanish film noir directors after an eight year absence.“Los Pasos Dobles (The Double Steps)” from Isaki Lacuesta, a fictional documentary taking its inspiration from the biography of French artist and author François Augiéras. The artist painted every inch of the walls of a military bunker in the desert and let it sink into the sand
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Gays of our Lives (May 13, 2009)

This week’s Gool starts with a look at long running Spanish drama The Heart of the City, which features one of the most romantic and well told gay love stories ever presented on television. I’ve also got some great (and not so great) clips in Gool Theatre, including a pair from All That Matters that you don’t want to miss. Plus there’s dish on the season finale of Desperate Housewives, insane spoilers and big casting news for As The World Turns, some hot pics of Forbidden Love’s Thore Schölermann – and more!

Table Of Contents

Feature: Getting To Know...Heart Of The City

Gool Theatre

In My Humble Opinion (Imho)

Scoops & Spoilers

Gool Newsbeat

Bits & Pieces

Ratings & Rankings


Soap Stud Of The Week

Question Of The Week

Getting To Know: The Heart Of The City (El Cor de la Ciutat)

This week we bring you
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