The Silence of Others reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain's 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, who continue to seek justice to this day. Filmed over six years, the film ... See full summary »
José María Galante,
Isra and Cheíto are two brothers who have gone their separate ways. When Isra comes out of prison and Cheíto's long mission in the navy comes to an end, they both return to the isle of San ... See full summary »
Israel Gómez Romero,
Francisco José Gómez Romero,
In the wee small hours, an elderly King and a recently dethroned one receive an unexpected visit from their ghosts. The King himself is Juan Carlos I. The visiting ghosts are some of most ... See full summary »
Alberto San Juan,
Alberto San Juan,
Vir and Lluis have been dating for a year now. Vir finds out she is pregnant. During the next nine months, Vir and Lluis will live their fears, joys, expectations and realities that, during their pregnancy, grow before them.
Maria Rodríguez Soto,
Lupe Verdaguer Rodríguez
"The humor comes out of sorrows, of misfortunes" He was a jeweler, a musician, a businessman, a painter, an actor, even an amateur hypnotist, but he was known as a man who never laughed but... See full summary »
Mónica, a 47-year old dancer, receives a call from Spain: her father is terminally ill. After 20 years, Mónica must return to the remote village where she was born. When she arrives, her ... See full summary »
On the front line of the Syrian war, 30-year-old Commander Arian guides a female battalion towards the city of Kobane to release its people from the grip of ISIS in Alba Sotorra's empowering tale of emancipation and freedom. When the war in Syria erupted, a group of women from the Kurdish resistance formed the YPJ - Women's Protection Units. Arian, who at a young age had witnessed the barbaric treatment of sexual assault victims, leads the unit and dedicates her life to defeating ISIS. As the YPJ inches closer to its target, she implores her comrades to discover the true meaning of their fight: freedom for the next generation of women. With unprecedented access to the commander and her troops, including harrowing scenes of Arian's slow recovery from multiple bullet wounds, Sotorra brilliantly crafts an enthralling portrait of a woman on a mission.