Famed Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar announced in an interview with the Financial Times that he is making a “return to the cinema of women” with his next film, titled Silencio. Almodóvar explained that the film is titled Silencio—the Spanish word for “silence”—”because that’s the principal element that drives the worst things that happen to the main female protagonist.” READ FULL STORY
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The Los Angeles Film Festival has lined up its opening night film. I’m So Excited!, the latest from Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar (Talk to Her, Volver), will kick off the festival on June 13.
Film Independent, which produces the L.A. Film Festival, announced the opening night selection on Wednesday. The festival will be the North American premiere of I’m So Excited!, following openings across Europe last month. A U.S. release date is set for June 28. READ FULL STORY
When last we saw Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar, he was making movies about grieving doctors cutting off people’s genitalia and making them wear strange body socks and live in brilliantly colorful houses.
And then, in December, a teaser for his next film leaked, and the world wondered: Could I’m So Excited really be that different from The Skin I Live In?
Based on the film’s first full trailer, released by Total Film, the answer is yes, yes, and yes. Watch it below.
Pedro Almodovar's 'I'm So Excited' teaser trailer shows off dancing male flight attendants getting campy - VIDEO
If you love Spanish director Pedro Almodovar’s movies, prepare to snort with laughter.
The new teaser trailer of his upcoming Spanish language comedy I’m So Excited shows off a trio of drunk, stoned male flight attendants shaking their bums and mouthing the words to the Pointer Sisters disco tune I’m So Excited on an airplane in front of a spate of intense passengers. The roughly 50 second trailer is indeed a salty, sassy tease. Sony Pictures Classics is releasing the movie next summer. Watch the video below! READ FULL STORY
Any big fan of Pedro Almodóvar can respect the absolutely expansive, colorful scope of his work, and now the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is honoring the Spanish Oscar-winning filmmaker with a retrospective Dec. 13 in London.
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