Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon embark on a road trip along the coast of Spain.
Best friends Galleria, Chanel, Dorinda, and Aqua, A.K.A. the girl band "The Cheetahs," get the opportunity of a lifetime when they strut their way to Barcelona, Spain, to perform in an international music festival. Along the way, the "amigas Cheetahs" learn that, although their paths are not the same, they are lucky to have one another for the journey.
"Filmed in Spain, Finland, Sweden, and West Germany, Spain! investigates ideas of internationalism and solidarity, using personal testimonies from former members of the International Brigades who joined the Republican side during the Spanish Civil War and from members of the Workers’ Commissions (Comisiones Obreras)." - Film Society of Lincoln Center
Alice Guy shoots a travelogue documentary all around Spain.
Four loosely connected stories tell of the here and now, where human trafficking, the vagaries of people smugglers, violence against women, restrictive immigration laws, gambling addiction, debt and business deals of all kinds are the order of the day.
A feature-length documentary based on film reports from the Spanish civil war.
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A documentary about the 1968 student demonstrations and university occupations in Spain.
David (Mark Stevens) is a physician who returns to Spain 30 years after his involvement in the Spanish Civil War. Now a member of a medical convention, he looks up old friends and finds his former lover, now a married woman with a flamenco-dancing daughter. He and the daughter (Manuela Vargas) have an immediate and mutual attraction to each other. He considers running away with the exotic beauty before asking his wife to join him for an extended vacation after the convention .
A widow shepherd who lives at the Aragonese Pyrenees sees how his three young daughters, Cándida, Visi, and Nieves, go to Madrid to find a better life and leave him alone. There they all get married, have sons and forget their father. One day, Marcelino receives a letter from Cándida, who wants him to stay with her family for some time. What she really wants is some help from her father, as she's not able to take care of her ten daughters and her upcoming child. Marcelino goes to Madrid, but, once there, he only finds an unknown, frantic and hostile world, and also three unhappy daughters...
This Traveltalks entry looks at four of Spain's most famous cities, with an emphasis on the Moors and their influence on the country.
In another lifetime, a Spanish couple takes drugs and teleports through their television set. A troubled young man travels through the countryside and meets a lost woman. During the trip, they discover a museum housing the expatriated paintings of the most important Filipino artist of the revolution. Eventually, the Spanish couple disappears toward their colony. Inspired by one of the earliest teleportation accounts, which happened between the Philippines and Mexico during the colonial period.
Dolores, a woman of bad temper and good feelings, works as a laundress with her daughter Sole. They live with the stepfather and godfather, a charming bon vivant who often returns home drunk. They all have a very different character, but share the illusion of seeing Sole turned into a great artist. Then, a representative of artists comes to Sevilla looking for a good singer to launch to fame
Short documentary film about Spanish castles, with a fiction part performed by two uncredited actors.
In the last years of the Middle Ages, the Corpus Christi procession takes place in the Spanish city of Toledo. There, the young Calixto meets the beautiful lady Melibea, and he falls in love immediately, trying to court her, but getting only the rejection of the young woman. Determined to make her his mistress, Calixto chases her wherever she goes, thus causing "incidental" encounters. Then the lover decides to follow the advice of his servant Sempronius and go to an old bawd called Celestina, who, with the help of her evil arts and tips, bow down Melibea's will and causes tragic consequences for everyone.
A surreal miniature portrait of epic proportions takes place in a sunny Spanish beach.
Orson Welles pitches to potential investors his vision of a largely improvised bullfighter movie about an existential, James Dean type troubadour who sets himself apart from other matadors. In front of an audience of wealthy arts patrons, Welles pontificates on the state of cinema, the filmmaking process, and the art of bullfighting.
A documentary about the Spanish Civil War of the 1930s.
Survivor Spain is the Spanish version of the popular reality Survivor. This version of the show has aired on Spanish broadcast channels Telecinco, from 2000 to 2001 and 2006 to the present, Antena 3, from 2003 to 2005, and on laSiete from 2009 to the present. Throughout its time on air in Spain, Survivor has gone by many names. From 2000 to 2001 it was known as Supervivientes: Expedicion Robinson, a show that closely followed the American version of the program. From 2003 to 2004 it was known as La isla de los FamoS.O.S, which, unlike its previous incarnation, resembled more of a Big Brother format and included celebrities as contestants. In 2005, it was known as Aventura en África, and since 2006 it has been called simply Supervivientes. The prize for the winner has varied from season to season depending on the show's current format.
La Voz is a Spanish reality talent show that premiered on 19 September 2012 on Telecinco. It is part of the international syndication The Voice based on the original Dutch television program The Voice of Holland, created by Dutch television producer John de Mol. One of the important premises of the show is the quality of the singing talent. Four coaches, themselves popular performing artists, train the talents in their group and occasionally perform with them. Talents are selected in blind auditions, where the coaches cannot see, but only hear the audition. The series is hosted by Jesús Vázquez, with Tania Llasera as social media correspondent. The original judging panel consisted of David Bisbal, Rosario Flores, Malú and Melendi as the four coaches. In the second season, Antonio Orozco replaced Melendi.
The Vuelta a España (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈbwelta a esˈpaɲa]; English: Tour of Spain) is an annual multiple stage bicycle race primarily held in Spain, while also occasionally making passes through nearby countries. Inspired by the success of the Giro d'Italia and the Tour de France, the race was first organized in 1935.
The Art of Spain is a BBC Four documentary series on Spanish art presented by Andrew Graham-Dixon. It consists of three one-hour episodes, and premiered on 31 January 2008.
Made In Spain is a 2008 food and travel series starring José Andrés, the show focuses on ingredients, cooking techniques and historic locations. Cooking is shown both in Spanish restaurants and in Andrés' home kitchen near Washington, DC.
The eccentric but highly acclaimed British Chef Keith Floyd goes in search of the true flavour of Spain. Floyd celebrates the food and drink of regional Spain in restaurants and bars, mountain tops and the length and breadth of this rich and diverse country.
Spain… on the road Again is a 2008 American food and travel series produced by PBS. The show features Iron Chef Mario Batali, actress Gwyneth Paltrow, New York Times food writer Mark Bittman, and Spanish actress Claudia Bassols. Each episode covers a different region of Spain as the foursome explore the country's culinary traditions and history. Before the series premiere on PBS, Paltrow and Batali promoted their tour and series on the September 17, 2008 episode of Oprah.
Masterchef winner, author and cook Tommi Miers returns alongside adventurer Guy Grieve to bring the very best of Spanish cuisine to the table.
From Spain With Love with Annie Sibonney is an English-language television show run on the Cooking Channel.
Simon Sebag Montefiore embarks on a fascinating journey to unlock 2,000 years of Spain's history.