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Latin Star Ricardo Darin to Get Honorary Platino Award

The Latin America equivalent of the Oscars will honor the star of 'Wild Tales' and the original 'The Secret in Their Eyes' during its July 24 gala.

‘Wild Tales’ Dominates Platino Awards

Antonio Banderas wins a lifetime achievement award at the ceremony in Spain.

Road Movie ‘Gueros’ Big Winner at Mexico’s Academy Awards

Gael Garcia Bernal served as associate producer of Alonso Ruizpalacios's directorial debut.

Germanwings Crash Prompts U.K. Cinemas to Add Disclaimer About ‘Wild Tales’ Plot

The Argentinean portmanteau film includes a story line in which a man purposefully crashes a plane.

Oscars 2015: ‘Ida’ Wins Best Foreign Language Film

The awards are being handed out Sunday night in Hollywood.

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2,’ ‘McFarland, USA’ and More

Read what THR's critics are saying about the high school comedy 'The DUFF' and the best foreign-language film Oscar nominee 'Wild Tales.'

Why This Oscar Nominee Calls Pedro Almodovar His Professional “Godfather”

'Wild Tales' director Damian Szifron and his producer pose for THR's Oscars Issue as Almodovar praises his "accessible," "miraculous" film.

Miami Film Festival Unveils Lineup

The 32nd edition will feature 125 films, including a tribute to indie Cuban cinema.

Oscar Hopeful ‘Wild Tales’ to Open Miami Film Fest

The Pedro Almodovar-produced film has emerged as a favorite to land an Academy Award nom for foreign-language picture.

Goteborg Film Festival: ‘Inherent Vice,’ ‘The Theory of Everything’ Get Gala Screenings

Award contenders 'Cake,' with Jennifer Aniston, and Julianne Moore-starrer 'Still Alice' will also get the red-carpet treatment at Sweden's largest film fest

Spain’s Goya Awards Unveils Nominations

'Marshland' and 'El Nino' are up for the most awards, while 'Wild Tales' received nine nominations

Palm Springs Film Fest: THR Panel to Feature 7 of 9 Oscar-Shortlisted Foreign Filmmakers

All nine of the Oscar-shortlisted foreign-language films will screen at the fest