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What to watch at LFF

The best Spanish and Latin American films at LFF 2021

Themes of containment and isolation rumble through the strong showing of films from Spain and Latin America at this year’s festival, says programme advisor Maria Delgado.

By Maria Delgado

The best Spanish and Latin American films at LFF 2021
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New Order clashes the corrupt against the exploited in a Mexican dystopia

By Maria Delgado

New Order clashes the corrupt against the exploited in a Mexican dystopia
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A Common Crime turns the screw on the Argentine intelligentsia

By Maria Delgado

A Common Crime turns the screw on the Argentine intelligentsia
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10 great Argentinian films of the 21st century

By Maria Delgado and Cecilia Sosa

10 great Argentinian films of the 21st century
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The female gaze: 100 overlooked films directed by women

By Isabel Stevens, Bryony Dixon and others

The female gaze: 100 overlooked films directed by women
Features

What to watch at LFF: Almodóvar and the best of Spanish-language cinema

By Maria Delgado

What to watch at LFF: Almodóvar and the best of Spanish-language cinema
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Forgotten treasures of the multiplex

By Ryan Gilbey, Nick James and others

Forgotten treasures of the multiplex
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End of the Century review: a bittersweet series of Barcelona romantic encounters

By Maria Delgado

End of the Century review: a bittersweet series of Barcelona romantic encounters
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Monos review: a fever dream of children at war

By Maria Delgado

Monos review: a fever dream of children at war
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Rojo review: a portrait of bourgeois malevolence in 1970s Argentina

By Maria Delgado

Rojo review: a portrait of bourgeois malevolence in 1970s Argentina
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3 to see at LFF if you like... Spanish-language films

By Maria Delgado

3 to see at LFF if you like... Spanish-language films
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Three to see at LFF if you like... Spanish-language films

By Maria Delgado

Three to see at LFF if you like... Spanish-language films
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Pain and Glory review: Pedro Almodóvar makes an art form out of reminiscence

By Maria Delgado

Pain and Glory review: Pedro Almodóvar makes an art form out of reminiscence
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The Chambermaid review: uncovering a luxury hotel’s dirty secrets

By Maria Delgado

The Chambermaid review: uncovering a luxury hotel’s dirty secrets
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Three to see at LFF 2018 if you like... Spanish-language films

By Maria Delgado

Three to see at LFF 2018 if you like... Spanish-language films
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Film of the week: The Heiresses follows a woman emerging from her shell of privilege

By Maria Delgado

Film of the week: The Heiresses follows a woman emerging from her shell of privilege
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Film of the week: Zama makes slow jest of a mouldering colonial mandarin

By Maria Delgado

Film of the week: Zama makes slow jest of a mouldering colonial mandarin
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Film of the week: A Fantastic Woman, Sebastián Lelio’s heartfelt tale of emotional survival

By Maria Delgado

Film of the week: A Fantastic Woman, Sebastián Lelio’s heartfelt tale of emotional survival
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Three to see at LFF 2017 if you like... Spanish-language films

By Maria Delgado

Three to see at LFF 2017 if you like... Spanish-language films
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Film of the week: The Clan

By Maria Delgado

Film of the week: The Clan
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Three to see at LFF 2016 if you like... Spanish-language films

By Maria Delgado

Three to see at LFF 2016 if you like... Spanish-language films
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10 great films set in Madrid

By Maria Delgado, Will Massa and others

10 great films set in Madrid
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Film of the week: The Pearl Button

By Maria Delgado

Film of the week: The Pearl Button
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Three to see at LFF if you like... films from Spain and Latin America

By Maria Delgado

Three to see at LFF if you like... films from Spain and Latin America
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Film of the week: Marshland

By Maria Delgado

Film of the week: Marshland
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Three to see at LFF 2014 if you like ... Spanish-language cinema

By Maria Delgado

Three to see at LFF 2014 if you like ... Spanish-language cinema
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Film of the week: Gloria

By Maria Delgado

Film of the week: Gloria
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BAFICI 2012 – on the turn?

By Maria Delgado

BAFICI 2012 – on the turn?
Features

Women on Film: Critics’ inspirations

By Catherine Wheatley, Ginette Vincendeau and others

Women on Film: Critics’ inspirations
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