‘Eyes of Fire’, an adaptation of a novel Stephen Kinga drama with religious overtones starring Mark Wahlberg, ‘Father Stu’s Miracles’ and a story about gender-based violence with Natalia de Molina, ‘The Turtle Maneuver,’ is coming to the cinema billboard this Friday.
The new adaptation of Stephen King’s classic meets the audience in cinemas. horror company Blumhouse and Universal directed by Keith Thomas (‘Watch’). The film tells the story of a girl with extraordinary powers who fights to protect her family and herself from the sinister forces that want to capture her.
Andy (Zac Efron) and Vicky (Sydney Lemmon) have been on the run for over a decade to hide their daughter Charlie (Ryan Kiera Armstrong) from a dark US agency determined to use their abilities to turn fire into a weapon. Mass destruction.
Mark Wahlberg plays Stuart Long, An agnostic amateur boxer who became a priest and took a radical turn in his life by finding the meaning of his existence on this path. Mel Gibson and Jacki Weaver join the cast.
Based on true events, this drama about a lost soul who finds meaning in the most unexpected places in her life is written and directed by Rosalind Ross, Gibson’s current partner.
Actress Natalia de Molina and director Juan Miguel del Castillo working together for the first time on the award-winning film. ‘Roof and Food’ (2015) reunites with ‘Turtle Maneuver’, a spooky thriller about gender-based violence.
Based on Benito Olmo’s novel of the same name, the story revolves around a nurse hiding in a hospital in Cádiz, who is about to be released from prison, trying to go as undetected as possible so her former partner’s attacker does just that. can’t find it.
Bernard Campan and Alexandre Jollien direct, write and star in this movie fiction inspired by the story of their own friendshipA hymn to life that won the audience award at the last Malaga Film Festival.
Funeral director Louis (Campan) and Socrates, Nietzsche, and Igor (Jollien), a cerebral palsy man who enjoys reading Spinoza, embark on a journey together to transport the body of a deceased woman to her grave.
Third Feature film by French director and screenwriter Régis Roinsard, bBased on Olivier Bourdeaut’s novel of the same name published in more than 40 countries, it is a mental health family drama starring Virginie Efira and Romain Duris.
Told from his son’s point of view, little Gary talks about his eccentric parents who lived together in a Paris apartment where there was only room for fun, fantasy and friends until his mother’s health began to fail.
María León, Salva Reina, Pedro Casablanc and young newcomer Rubén Fulgencio star in the first fictional film of Alexis Morante, director of documentaries such as ‘Héroes’. Silence and Rock & Roll’ and ‘Camarón: Flamenco and revolution’.
a story about growing up adventure and a love letter to parents and grandparents. In 1985, it is a before and after in the life of Oliver, an imaginative boy, just as he is about to cross Halley’s Comet when he and his family move to the southernmost corner of Europe. .
After ‘The Law of the Market’ (2015) and ‘At War’ (2018)French director Stéphane Brizé explores the most devastating consequences of capitalism in ‘A New World’, a film that closed the last Venice Film Festival.
Vincent Lindon puts himself in the shoes of the manager of an industrial conglomerate overwhelmed by the system and pressured by his superiors to stay competitive at all costs.
Portrait of Ennio Morricone
Giuseppe Tornatore (‘Cinema Paradiso’, 1988) worked on it for years. documentary tracing the life of the great Italian composer Ennio MorriconeThe series featuring some of the most famous characters in the cinema world, from Clint Eastwood, who died in July 2020, to Bernardo Bertolucci, who died in 2018.
From his childhood in fascist Rome to his work for Sergio Leone, the documentary reviews his career through an intimate conversation between Morricone and the director.
‘They carry death’, Galician cinema
Galician Helena Girón and Canarian Samuel M. Delgado A critical look at colonization and the construction of historical narrative in ‘Eles transportan a morte’, It’s an experimental film that was screened at the Critics’ Week at the Venice Film Festival.
Written and directed by four hands, the film was shot entirely in Galician between Ourense and Tenerife and parallels the two plots set in 1492. A woman who turns into a healer to try to save her dying sister in the “old world”.
Leading representatives on 20 January 1942 Nazi regime They met in a villa in Berlin-Wannsee, at a meeting that went down in history as the Wannsee Conference, where it was decided to systematically murder eleven million Jews.
The minutes of this meeting, written by Adolf Eichmann, formed the basis for the screenwriters of this film directed by German Matti Geschonneck.
film Animation based on books and songs created by Jujja and Tomas Wieslander She is interested in Sven Nordqvist’s illustrations and themes such as friendship and learning from diversity.
The day a roaming stork appears on the farm, Mama Moo wonders what the word home really means. It’s hard for Cuervo to show his great friend that life isn’t always better elsewhere.