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Pedro Almodóvar

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    Criterion Announces August Titles, Almodóvar and Cuarón Films Included

    Criterion Collection has just got its hands on some awesome titles that will be released come August. Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron's coming of age road trip drama, "Y Tu Mama Tambien" and Pedro Almodovar's "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!" are among the mix.

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    Cassavetes, Almodovar and Cuaron Top Criterion's Heavenly Late-Summer Lineup

    Mark your calendars, cinephiles. From a rarely seen John Cassavetes masterpiece to an iconic 1970s musical, The Criterion Collection's Summer release lineup couldn't be sweeter.

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    Criterion Heats Up Summer With 'All That Jazz, 'Love Streams, 'Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!' & More Coming In August

    It's the middle of the month, which means Criterion has once again unveiled their next slate of releases. Kind of. The folks Criterion Cast have poked around the corner's of the boutique label's site, and found out what they've got up their sleeve for August.

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    Here Are 10 Indies to Watch With Your Mother This Mother's Day

    If you're lucky enough to be spending time with your mother this Sunday and want nothing more than to watch some great films together, then Indiewire has you covered. Here are 10 mommy-centric indies sure to deepen your bond this Mother's Day.

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    Lucrecia Martel's "Big Budget" 'Zama' Aiming For 2014 Shoot, Pedro Almodovar Producing

    It's hard to believe that it's now five years since Lucrecia Martel blew us away with "The Headless Woman," and ever since, we've been eagerly awaiting her next feature. While she's tackled some shorts in the interim, and spent some time trying to mount the sci-fi comic book adaptation "El Eternauta...

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    Pedro Almodovar's Top 12 Films Of 2013 Includes 'Blue Is Warmest Color,' 'Mud,' 'Act Of Killing'& More

    Along with critics, filmmakers also like to get into the ranking of the year's best movies. So far we've seen the likes of Quentin Tarantino and John Waters weigh in, and now another auteur has decided to put down his choices for the best 2013 had to offer, and as always, it's a fascinating look at ...

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    LatinoBuzz: LALIFF-Pablo Ferro Receives "GABI Lifetime Achievement Award"

    Pablo blends documentary and animation elements to tell the saga of "famous unknown" Pablo Ferro, a man with a personal journey that starts in Havana during the pre-Cuban revolution and spans to today in his current home in the garage behind his son's house. The animation takes us through the dream...

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    Heroines of Cinema: Almodóvar’s Seven Favorite Actresses

    The term “Almodóvar’s women” is irrevocably tied to his cinema, though it is not a phrase that I like. For a start, it perpetuates the trope of a male leader surrounded by a rotating orbit of females. More importantly, the women in question - whether fictional characters, or the actresses who play t...

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