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Netflix Trailer for Mexican Thriller 'The House of Flowers: The Movie'

"Something strange is going on at our house…" Netflix has unveiled the official trailer for The House of Flowers: The Movie, also known as La Casa De Las Flores: La Pelicula in Spanish, from filmmaker Manolo Caro. This is a continuation of the Netflix series and the first "movie" based on the "The House of Flowers" show, created by Manolo Caro who also directs this film. The members of the De la Mora family return home, well… former Casa de las Flores, with one single purpose: to fulfill Del...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Virginia, Netflix, Pato, Delia, Mora, Paulina, To Watch, Paco Leon, House of Flowers, Manolo Caro, La Casa De Las Flores, La Pelicula, Casa de las Flores


Disney Plus’ First Spanish Original, Mediaset España’s ’Besos al Aire,’ Bows on Star

Starring “House of Flowers’” Paco Leon, produced by “Patria” showrunner Aitor Gabilondo for network Mediaset España, and written by “Elite” creator Darío Madrona, Disney Plus’ first Spanish original bows Friday in Spain on Star. Billed as “a kind of ‘Love Actually’ in times of pandemic,” “Besos al Aire” weighs in as a two-part miniseries, crisscrossing […]
Tags: News, Global, Spain, Mediaset Espana, Aitor Gabilondo, Paco Leon, Disney Plus, Besos al Aire, Darío Madrona Disney


‘Patria’ Director Felix Viscarret to Direct Paco Leon, Leonor Watling in ‘From the Shadows’ (EXCLUSIVE)

In a powerful Spanish talent package, “Patria” director Felix Viscarret is set to direct “House of Flowers” Paco Leon and “Nasdrovia” star Leonor Watling in psychological thriller “From the Shadows” (“Desde la Sombra”), adapting a novel by Spanish writer Juan José Millas, winner of most of Spain’s foremost literary awards, including the Planeta, Nadal and […]
Tags: News, Global, Spain, Patria, Latido Films, Paco Leon, Felix Viscarret, From the Shadows, Paco Leon Leonor Watling, Leonor Watling, Juan José Millas, Planeta Nadal


Beta Film Acquires Movistar + Original ‘Arde Madrid’ (EXCLUSIVE)

MIAMI —  Jan Motjo’s Beta Film has acquired worldwide sales rights to one of the most singular of Spanish comedy series released last year, Paco Leon’s “Arde Madrid,” a Movistar Original. Beta Film made the announcement just after “Arde Madrid” was announced as one of the series at the 2019 Berlinale Drama Series Days Market […]
Tags: News, Global, Markets & Festivals, Madrid, Natpe, Beta Film, Paco Leon, Arde Madrid, MIAMI Jan Motjo, Movistar Original Beta Film


Movistar Plus’ Drive Into Fiction Is Centered on Women

Cutting-edge international drama used to be deadly serious: Think Nordic Noir. “Arde Madrid,” represents a departure. An eight-part half-hour created by Paco Leon and Anna R. Costa, the comedy-thriller yokes Spain’s grand movie comic tradition of caustic neorealism — think Rafael Azcona and Luis Berlanga — with suspense and romance, B&W cinematography of, in set […]
Tags: Spain, Markets & Festivals, Movistar, Movistar Plus, Paco Leon, Arde Madrid, Mipcom 2018, Anna R Costa, Rafael Azcona, Luis Berlanga


Movistar + Expands Its International Reach

In budget, and even maybe cinematographic values, the weightiest world premiere at this year’s San Sebastian Festival, the biggest movie event in the Spanish-speaking world, will be a TV drama: Movistar Plus’ “Gigantes,” a brutal Madrid crime family saga. Another Movistar+ original series, Paco Leon’s “Arde Madrid,” a comedy shot in black-and-white about the antics […]
Tags: Global, Madrid, Telefonica, Movistar, Paco Leon, Gigantes


Netflix Announces ‘Seven Years,’ Its First Original Film in Spain

MADRID – – Starring Spanish actor-turned-director Paco Leon, drama “Siete Años” (Seven Years), the first Netflix original film shot and produced in Spain will debut around the globe on Oct. 28 on the U.S. streaming giant. Directed by Goya-Award winner Roger Gual (“Smoking Room,” “Tasting Menu”) and written by Jose Cabeza and Julia Fontana, “Seven... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Global, Spain, Netflix, Madrid, Goya, Paco Leon


Strand Releasing Acquires U.S. Rights to Paco Leon’s ‘Kiki’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Strand Releasing has acquired U.S. rights to Spanish director Paco Leon’s sexy and edgy comedy “kiki, Love to Love.” The third feature of Leon, an actor-turned-director, “Kiki” is a Spanish-language adaptation of Josh Lawson’s critically-acclaimed Australian comedy “Little Death.” Written by Leon and Fernando Perez, “Kiki” weaves together five stories dealing with sex and love.... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Global, Leon, Kiki, Strand Releasing, Paco Leon


'Kiki, Love to Love' ('Kiki, El Amor Se Hace'): Film Review

The blend of comedy and pathos in Paco Leon’s third film, about people controlled by their fetishes, is currently making the Spanish box office go 'oooh.' read more
Tags: Movies, International, Movie Reviews, THR Online, Kiki Love, Kiki El Amor, Paco Leon