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  1. Films by Spanish directors

    Films by Spanish directors

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  2. Spanish films by genre

    Spanish films by genre

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  3. Spanish 3D films

    Spanish 3D films

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  4. Spanish animated films

    Spanish animated films

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  5. Spanish short films

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  6. Spanish silent films

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  7. Spanish Christmas films

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  1. 11-11-11

    11-11-11 (2011)


    11-11-11 is a 2011 supernatural horror film written and directed by Darren Lynn Bousman. The film is set on 11:11 on the 11th day of the 11th month and concerning an entity from another world that enters the earthly realm through Heaven's 11th gate. The film was released on November 11, 2011 in 17 theaters domestically. It was not distributed any further in North America, thus most of its revenues were generated from foreign showings.

  2. 15 Years and One Day

    15 Years and One Day (2013)


    15 Years and One Day (Spanish: 15 años y un día) is a 2013 Spanish drama film directed by Gracia Querejeta. The film was selected as the Spanish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

  3. 20 Centimeters

    20 Centimeters (2005)


    20 centímetros (English title 20 Centimeters) is a 2005 Spanish film about a narcoleptic transgender woman's life as she works to get the surgery to fix her "20 centímetros" problem. The film was written and directed by Ramón Salazar, and stars Mónica Cervera as Marieta and Pablo Puyol as Raúl, the man who loves "all" of Marieta.

  4. 25 Degrees in Winter

    25 Degrees in Winter (2004)


    25 Degrees in Winter is a 2004 international comedy-drama film directed by Stéphane Vuillet.

  5. 28 Weeks Later

    28 Weeks Later (2007)


    28 Weeks Later is a 2007 British-Spanish post-apocalyptic science fiction horror film, structured as a sequel to the 2002 critical and commercial success, 28 Days Later. 28 Weeks Later was co-written and directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, with Danny Boyle and Alex Garland, respectively director and writer of 28 Days Later, now acting as executive producers. It was released in the United Kingdom and United States on 11 May 2007. The on-location filming took place in London and 3 Mills Studios, although scenes intended to be shot at Wembley Stadium, then undergoing final stages of construction, were filmed instead in Wales, with Cardiff's Millennium Stadium used as a replacement.

  6. 31 minutos, la película

    31 minutos, la película (2008)


    31 minutos, la película is an animated film based on the Chilean television show 31 minutos, directed by Álvaro Díaz and Pedro Peirano. The movie premiere for the public had been scheduled since late 2006, but was delayed for several improvements in its post-production phase, including conducting a contest to find the voices of some characters. The film premiered in Chile on March 27, 2008, in Brazil it was released on August 3, 2012.

  7. 7:35 in the Morning

    7:35 in the Morning (2003)


    7:35 in the Morning (Spanish: 7:35 de la Mañana) is a 2003 Spanish short film directed and written by Nacho Vigalondo.

  8. 7 Days in Havana

    7 Days in Havana (2012)


    7 Days in Havana (Spanish: 7 días en La Habana) is a 2012 Spanish-language anthology film. Set during a week in the Cuban capital Havana, the film features one segment for each day, each segment directed by a different filmmaker. The directors are Julio Médem, Laurent Cantet, Juan Carlos Tabío, Benicio del Toro, Gaspar Noé, Pablo Trapero and Elia Suleiman. The screenplay was written by the Cuban novelist Leonardo Padura Fuentes. The film is a co-production between companies in Spain, France and Cuba. It was shot on location in Havana.

  9. 800 Bullets

    800 Bullets (2002)


    800 Bullets (Spanish: 800 Balas) is a 2002 Spanish film directed by Álex de la Iglesia. The film is about the Westerns made in Almería, Spain and the Spaghetti Western in general. The characters are old stuntmen.

  10. A Crysanthemum Bursts in Cincoesquinas

    A Crysanthemum Bursts in Cincoesquinas (1998)


    Un crisantemo estalla en cinco esquinas (English: A Chrysanthemum Bursts in Cincoesquinas) is a 1998 Argentine, Brazilian, French, and Spanish film, written and directed by Daniel Burman, his first feature film. The picture was produced by Diego Dubcovsky. It features José Luis Alfonzo, Pastora Vega, Martin Kalwill, among others.

  11. A Day Without a Mexican

    A Day Without a Mexican (2004)


    A Day Without a Mexican is a 2004 film directed by Sergio Arau. It offers a satirical look at the consequences of all the Mexicans in the state of California suddenly disappearing (with a mysterious "pink fog" surrounding the state preventing any communication or movement with the outside world). A series of characters show the apparent statistical impact of Mexicans on California's economy, law enforcement and education systems as well as the resulting social unrest.

  12. A Fistful of Dollars

    A Fistful of Dollars (1964)


    A Fistful of Dollars (Italian: Per un pugno di dollari; referred to on-screen as Fistful of Dollars) is a 1964 spaghetti western film directed by Sergio Leone and starring Clint Eastwood, alongside Gian Maria Volonté, Marianne Koch, Wolfgang Lukschy, Sieghardt Rupp, José Calvo, Antonio Prieto, and Joseph Egger.

  13. A Night in Old Mexico

    A Night in Old Mexico (2013)


    A Night in Old Mexico is a 2013 Spanish-American co-production film directed by Emilio Aragón about a man (Robert Duvall) and his grandson (Jeremy Irvine).

  14. A Night with Sabrina Love

    A Night with Sabrina Love (2000)


    Una noche con Sabrina Love (English: A Night With Sabrina Love) is a 2000 Argentine, Spanish, Italian, French, and Dutch film, written and directed by Alejandro Agresti. The film is based on the Pedro Mairal novel.

  15. A Pistol for Ringo

    A Pistol for Ringo (1965)


    A Pistol for Ringo (Italian: Una Pistola per Ringo) is a 1965 Spaghetti Western, a joint Italian and Spanish production. Originally written and directed by Duccio Tessari, the film's success led to a sequel, The Return of Ringo, later that year.

  16. A Sight of Light

    A Sight of Light (1943)


    Huella de luz is a 1943 Spanish comedy film directed by Rafael Gil on his directing debut. It is based on a novel by Wenceslao Fernández Flórez.

  17. A un dios desconocido

    A un dios desconocido (1977)


    To an Unknown God (Spanish: A un dios desconocido) is a 1977 Spanish film directed by Jaime Chávarri. The film is about an aging man coming to terms with his homosexuality and mortality. It was a pioneer in his frank and mature examination of homosexuality.

  18. El abanderado

    El abanderado (1943)


    El abanderado is a 1943 Spanish film directed by Eusebio Fernández Ardavín.

  19. Accidente 703

    Accidente 703 (1962)


    Accident 703 (Spanish: Accidente 703) is a 1962 Spanish drama film directed by José María Forqué and written by Vicente Coello.

  20. Acción mutante

    Acción mutante (1993)


    Acción mutante is a 1993 Spanish science fiction black comedy film co-written and directed by Álex de la Iglesia and produced by, among others, Pedro Almodóvar.

  21. Acteón

    Acteón (1967)

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    Acteón is a 1965 Spanish drama film directed by Jorge Grau. It was entered into the 4th Moscow International Film Festival.

  22. Actrius

    Actrius (1997)


    Actrius (Catalan: Actresses) is a 1996 film directed by Ventura Pons. In the film, there are no male actors and the four leading actresses dubbed themselves in the Castilian version.

  23. Adela

    Adela (2000)


    Adela is a 2000 Argentine thriller film directed and written by Eduardo Mignogna. The film was based on the novel Le Coup de lune by Georges Simenon, adapted by François-Olivier Rousseau. The film starred Eulalia Ramón and Grégoire Colin.

  24. Adiós, Alejandra, Andrea

    Adiós, Alejandra, Andrea (1973)


    Adiós Abuelo (English language: Goodbye Alexandra, Andrea) is a 1973 Argentine drama film directed by Carlos Rinaldi and written by Norberto Aroldi. The film starred Ángel Magaña and Raúl Padovani.

  25. Adiós Argentina

    Adiós Argentina (1930)


    Adiós Argentina (English language: Goodbye Argentina) is a 1930 Argentine musical film directed and written by Mario Parpagnoli. The film starred Ada Cornaro and Pierina Dealessi. Libertad Lamarque also made an appearance at the age of 22 as the Bride of the Homeless.

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