On October 20, 2006, the masterpiece Pan’s Labyrinth, a symbolic but also historical film, was released in Mexico, the birthplace of director Guillermo del Toro. Let’s take a deep-dive into it.
One of the most famous and long-living musicals, The Phantom of the Opera, was not actually born for theatre but as a novel, exactly on the 23rd September 1909, that is why we celebrate and talk about it today.
On September 1, 1902, the masterpiece of the transalpine director Georges Méliès was released in France. Here are some curiosities about a film that has entered the history of cinema.
A journey into the life of Christopher MCCandless, known as Alexander Supertramp, who passed away on August 18, 1992, whose story inspired Sean Penn’s film Into The Wild.
Fifteen years after its release, we’ll tell you all about the plot and themes of The Devil Wears Prada, and the reasons for its success.
Unlike popular opinion, there were not only women in Giacomo Casanova’s rich existence. On the occasion of the anniversary of his death we tell you the real story of his life.
The evil witch from Sleeping Beauty is not what we think she is. This was revealed by Disney’s Maleficent film, released in cinemas on May 28, 2014.
More than four centuries after his death, we discover how much William Shakespeare is still the most rock & roll writer!
Let’s summon Beetlejuice and all other ghosts in the occasion of the first release of the world-famous film!
On the occasion of her 55th birthday today, we celebrate Björk and her avant-garde life, works and successes.