During the marihuana bonanza, a violent decade that saw the origins of drug trafficking in Colombia, Rapayet and his indigenous family get involved in a war to control the business that ends up destroying their lives and their culture.
Daniel (Roberto Enríquez), Ana (Natalia Millán), and their little boy, Manuel (Kevin Almodóvar), travel from Madrid to a resort on the Costa Brava for the summer. Ana runs into Marta (Irene Montalà of L'Auberge Espagnole), a local shopgirl whom she's met on previous visits. Marta introduces Ana to her cousin, Robert (David Selvas), who runs an antique shop. Robert is immediately attracted to Ana. Marta tells him that Ana is happily married, and confesses that she has a crush on Ana's husband, Daniel. Robert, intrigued, makes a pact with Marta. Robert will help Marta seduce Daniel if she will help Robert seduce Ana. One night, the cousins cunningly arrange to separate the couple, and some serious flirtation ensues. While Marta, casually dates a local surfer, Tomás (Roger Casamajor), begins to have second thoughts, Robert grows more obsessed with the couple. He befriends Daniel and peppers him with questions about the strength of his nine-year marriage.
"Jorge Grau's first feature film, shot in glorious black and white in 1962, this Spanish-Italian coproduction is in many ways related to Antonioni's "La Notte". Both films speak about the impairing ability to communicate as well as the desire and impossibility to establish a relationship, and a party as background scenery. Where Antonioni's film depicts a luxurious party in Milan, Grau's version portraits the gathering of several characters with no expectations on the night of the sommer solistice in Barcelona."
Rodrigo is a solitary teenager, a king in the private world he shares with his mother. Things change when she takes her new boyfriend home to live. He must decide if he fights for his throne and crushes the happiness of the person he loves the most.
Patricia is guide of a travel agency. One night, when accompanying a group of tourists through the old Madrid, she meets Carlos and falls for him. Days later, Patricia embarks on a summer cruise meeting up again with Carlos. The romance begins, but Patricia is not the only one chasing Carlos. Three villains want to kidnap him
A comedy about love, loneliness and fear.
In this drama, a still-young grandmother has a suitor whose son is suffering from an incurable illness. The woman knows that the son has fallen in love with her granddaughter, but the granddaughter does not reciprocate his feelings. Convinced she should do something about that situation, grandmother talks her granddaughter into going on a trip to Paris with the young man -- intent on bringing the two together. But this simple plan, it turns out, has unforeseen consequences
Two French girls, Monique and Colette, come to Spain in their convertible car to attend a summer course at the International University of San Sebastian. The first contact with the country is in Pamplona. Monique considers heroes the boys who run in front of the bulls during the San Fermin festival.
Aging lecher struggles to launch an institution of higher learning for young ladies.
Enrique Vila-Matas directed in 1969 a black and white short film entitled "All the sad young people". The copy was lost and today there are only a few photographs of the shooting. In 1970 he directed his second work, "End of Summer", played by Maria Reniu, Luis Ciges and Yvonne Sentís and photographed by Xabier Miserachs. The film was premiered at the Benalmádena festival in 1971. The second exhibition took place 39 years later at The Peripheral Film Festival (S8) in La Coruña in a program dedicated to opere prime of filmmakers of the Spanish transition and which had as title: "Peter Pan in the cinema of the Spanish transition"
A portrait of Madrid's summer
A father in financial problems takes his son on vacation as he tries to solve his life.
A love story based on William Shakespeare's classic "The Dream of a Summer Night." Our beloved dog Scruff is determined to keep his beautiful bride Pedigrí is matched by an obligation, with a Great Dane. So he decided to escape and hide in the forest trying to avoid the union ... but unfortunately will be enchanted by a magical flower that appears only during the longest night of the year, the San Juan night.
Summer of Goliath is a documentary/fiction hybrid that narrates various stories of the people of the town of Huilotepec in rural Mexico. Teresa's husband has disappeared and she believes he has left her for another woman. Gabino, her son, is a soldier who searches cars at the side of a country road, where very few cars pass by. He hopes one day him and Alberto, his soldier partner, will get machine guns to further intimidate the people driving by. Amalio, Nico, and Oscar are three brothers whose stories we learn through a series of interviews and reenactments. Their father left them many years ago, and their mother can barely support them. Oscar has gained the nickname Goliath after the mysterious death of his girlfriend.
Young Jorgelina feels estranged from her boy-crazy older sister, who has entered adolescence and doesn't want to hang around with little kids anymore. Finding refuge in their Boyita camper-van, Jorgelina travels with her father to the countryside, where her lifelong playmate Mario is undergoing some unexpected changes of his own.
Mrs. Forbes, a German governess, is hired for six weeks to take care of two children, while their parents are away. She is authoritarian and repressive, so the children plan to murder her. But when they spy on her during the night, they discover Mrs. Forbes' secret.
Verano de amor is a Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa. It is a remake of a famous Argentine telenovela, Verano del 98, adapted for the Mexican audience. The soap opera premiered on February 9, 2009, replacing the completed series Juro que te amo. Verano de amor aired in the United States on Univision. Verano de Amor became a phenomenon of cyberspace, the melodrama produced by Pedro Damian became the most watched on the internet to receive about 350 thousand visitors on your website, followers of Mexico, USA, Brazil, Spain, Colombia and Argentina. In Slovenia, Verano de Amor was broadcast by Kanal A and secured second place of the top programs with the highest audience of the channel. According to the magazine TVyNOTAS, Verano de Amor was the second most watched program in the afternoons on all U.S. Hispanic Broadcasters during your broadcast by Univision.
Oscar and Hedgehog are dropped off at a strange summer camp, full of fantastical things ranging from magical camp counselors to sticky notes that are portals to other dimensions.
Molly Pargeter is a forty-something wife and mother of three girls, who leads a stable but dull life in 1980s West London. She feels overweight and there is no passion in her relationship with her husband Hugh, who is secretly seeing another woman. For most of her life she has found escape in detective novels and books on art, especially about the fifteenth century Italian fresco painter Piero Della Francesca. Then in a newspaper's small ads Molly sees the details of a villa in Tuscany, Italy to let and after travelling to Italy to view the villa "La Felicita" she decides to take it for the family's August holiday.
Three year's previously Min-woo lost his first love in a tragic accident. As he struggles on with life he meets Hae-won who reminds him of his lost love but is racked with emotion and confusion as his feelings for these two women become intertwined. Unbeknownst to the florist Hae-won she has received her heart transplant and a second chance at life from Min-woo's first love. When the two cross paths Hae-won notices her unusual heart beat. Nobody knew it was her heart that remembered and beats strong for her lost love Min-woo. As Hae-won starts falling in love with Min-woo soon the conflict erupts between the lovely florist and her fiance Jung-jae.