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  • Berlin: Music Box Buys American Rights to 'Critico'

    Music Box Films has acquired all U.S. and Canadian rights to Hernan Guerschuny's post-modern homage to film criticism "El Critico." The Argentine-Chilean pic follows a world-weary Buenos Aires film critic who prefers to think in French and eschews...
  • Princess testifies in first criminal case against Spanish royalty

    Princess testifies in first criminal case against Spanish royalty
    MADRID -- Testifying in the first-ever criminal proceeding against a member of Spain's royal family, the king’s youngest daughter Saturday denied involvement in her husband’s business dealings, lawyers said following the lengthy closed-door...
  • David Trueba's 'Living Is Easy' Tops Spanish Goya Academy Awards

    David Trueba's dramedy "Living is Easy With Eyes Closed" swept Spain's 28th Goya Academy Awards Sunday, scooping best film, director, original screenplay, actor (Javier Camara) and breakthrough actress (Natalia de Molina). Ironically, another title...
  • Flamenco Guitarist Paco de Lucia Dies at 66

    Paco de Lucia, one of the world's greatest guitarists who dazzled audiences with his lightning-speed flamenco rhythms and finger work, has died in Mexico, Spanish officials said Wednesday. He was 66. De Lucia suffered a heart attack while on vacation...
  • Berlin: Zentropa Spain, Sweden Team on Thriller 'Vulcania' (EXCLUSIVE)

    As Lars von Trier' - the man, "Nymphomaniac," the media feeding frenzy - hit Berlin Sunday, Zentropa Spain and Zentropa Sweden - two affiliate companies of Von Trier's European network of production houses, established by his Zentropa production...
  • Multi-layered wines for a duck hash

    Multi-layered wines for a duck hash
    Jokes about things containing "all the basic food groups" will never die because they're too fun (such as, "There are four basic food groups: milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white chocolate and truffles"). But this dish actually is a delicious food...
  • 'Aha' moments, by way of Bierzo

    'Aha' moments, by way of Bierzo
    The memories in a wine life are made up, in large part, of "aha" moments, those times when you experience something in wine wholly unexpected, sometimes transcendent. Anyone interested in wine has them; they are blessed moments. Often, they are that...
  • Rich quiche requires a wine that cuts through fat

     Rich quiche requires a wine that cuts through fat
    No lemons in this recipe, but you can still make lemonade. Together, cheese, half-and-half and eggs sport a fair amount of fat. When paired with wine, fat is a formidable, albeit delicious, barrier to wine flavor getting through. (That is one reason...
  • The ultimate fast food in Spain

     The ultimate fast food in Spain
    In this glitzy seaside resort town in Basque country, locals in black berets mingle with tourists along the narrow stone streets edged by the gleaming Bay of La Concha, just 12 miles from France. You know it's a mecca for foodies because there are...
  • Rachel Marsden: Infrastructure attacks are cause for concern

    PARIS -- At a time when many of us have become fixated on U.S. intelligence agencies' "big data" programs, authorities are becoming aware of a much more insidious kind of threat -- one that could successfully exploit the growing blind spot created by...
  • Revolutionary Opera Director Gerard Mortier Dies at 70

    Gerard Mortier, a Belgian opera director whose nonconformist style often grated the tradition-bound elite and who became a fiercely avant-garde impresario, has died. He was 70. Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo made the announcement Sunday, and the country's...
  • Spain still healing 10 years after Madrid '11-M' train bombings

    Spain still healing 10 years after Madrid '11-M' train bombings
    MADRID — Reminders of her son hang close to Pilar Manjon's heart. There's the necklace she wears with his name, Daniel, and the golden pendant bearing his first initial. A locket holds a tiny snapshot of his handsome face, smiling with the promise...