In this episode of Horror Rises from Spain,Mistress Elena interviews the spanishfear.com collaborator and horror expert Erika Tiburcio about her experiences at Muestra Syfy 2017, an event which took place in Madrid at the beginning of March. A fest full of horror and more!
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In this new episode of Horror Rises from Spain Mistress Elena get to interview Nacho Vigalondo (Time Crimes, Extraterrestrial) about his latest feature film: Open Windows, that will be premiered soon.
Also she was so lucky to have James Harris (DOCTERROR.COM) organizer of the Italian Horror week who will tell us all about it, including an exclusive about the prices!!
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Short documentary featuring sculptures of Alonso de Berruguete and Juan de Juni in the Valladolid National Museum.
Rubén Iñiguez Pérez review: It is part of what is called Elemental Trilogy of Spain by José Val del Omar, one the greatest men of surrealistic and experimental cinema of his time. Although now his works are considered because of his subject matters and his time, he was underrated in Spain, also we have to take into account that these kind of works were for a selected audience. Anyway the international recognition of this work was remarkably and almost got the big award at Cannes for the best short film.
Here are the headers my dear listeners sent. They are sooo great that before I have a winner I wanted to show them all. BTW during the day I will publish the name of the winner of the DVD pack. Thanks a lot to everybody! LOVE YOU!
Un Chien Andalou is a sixteen minute silent surrealist short film produced in France by the Spanish director Luis Buñuel and artist Salvador Dalí. Its title means “An Andalusian Dog”, but it is normally released under its original French title in the English-speaking world. It was Dalí’s first film and was initially released in 1929 to a limited showing in Paris, but became popular and ran for eight months. It is one of the best-known surrealist films of the avant-garde movement of the 1920s.