pedro almodóvar on the personal tragedies that inform his new film, 'pain and glory'
'I remember being on holiday in Ibiza, there were 20 of us staying in a villa and there were only two of us who weren’t on heroin.'
these photos capture madrid's club kids in the 80s
A new exhibition celebrates 'La Movida,' the experimental punk movement that emerged after decades of dictatorship in Spain.
pedro almodóvar talks bad taste, tears, and his baroque spirit
The iconic Spanish reveals which of his films you should start a Almodóvar education with.
a look back at pedro almodóvar's most essential work
As London's BFI celebrates his work with an extensive Pedro Almodóvar season, and his new film Julieta marks a return to his famous female-centric style, we look back to five of the visionary Spanish director’s most compelling films.
rossy de palma on 80s madrid, pedro almodóvar, and embracing her unique look
More than two decades after first becoming Pedro Almodóvar’s muse, the Spanish actor and auteur combine once more. Ahead of 'Julieta’s' release, De Palma separates fact from fiction whilst reminiscing about some of the good times.