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Pedro Almodovar

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  1. Lucrecia Martel's Project 'Zama' Swaps Top Producer (Exclusive)

    12:28 pm 12/20/2013

    Benjamin Domenech and Santiago Gallelli board production as local legend Lita Stantic steps down from the period film co-produced by Almodovar's El Deseo.Read more

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  2. Spain 2013 in Review: Pedro Almodovar Lights Up Box Office, Government Cuts Back

    12:49 pm 12/16/2013

    Massive unemployment, a sharp dip in TV advertising and less government support made 2013 a rough year for the Spanish industry, but local films enjoyed a box-office bump. Read more

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  3. European Film Awards: 'The Great Beauty' Takes Top Prize

    6:19 am 12/7/2013

    Italy's Oscar candidate takes best film, actor and director trophies while Cannes winner "Blue Is the Warmest Color" is snubbed.Read more

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  4. European Film Awards: Diane Kruger, Noomi Rapace to Walk Red Carpet

    5:22 am 12/2/2013

    Kristin Scott Thomas also will be among the big names attending the 26th annual gala for Europe's leading cinema honor, which will take place Dec. 7 in Berlin.Read more

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  5. Pedro Almodovar to Get European Achievement in World Cinema Award

    8:48 am 9/16/2013

    The European Film Academy will honor the Spanish auteur at the European Film Awards in December. Read more

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  6. No Obvious Front Runners in European Film Award Contenders

    8:53 am 9/9/2013

    Ari Folman's "The Congress" and Juan Antonio Bayona's "The Impossible" are among the titles up for Europe's top film honor.Read more

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  7. Pedro Almodovar's 'I'm So Excited' Not on Foreign-Language Oscar Shortlist

    8:17 am 9/9/2013

    The final decision on which film will represent Spain will come at the end of the month.Read more

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  8. Pedro Almodovar's 'I'm So Excited' Among 12 Titles for San Sebastian Fest's Made in Spain Sidebar

    4:01 am 8/29/2013

    The section, aiming to pick the best of Spanish cinema for the year, also will include Isabel Coixet's "Yesterday Never Ends" and Neus Ballus' "The Plague."Read more

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  9. European Filmmakers Declare Victory in Culture Trade War

    11:43 pm 6/15/2013

    European Union takes audiovisual industries off the table, for now, in upcoming free-trade talks with the U.S..Read more

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