The author of 'Noticias del Imperio’ (News from the Empire) was awarded the Cervantes Prize in 2015
The Uruguayan poet Ida Vitale (Montevideo, 1923) has been awarded with the 2018 Cervantes Award.
Babelia is the cultural section of El País, a Spanish-language daily newspaper in Spain.
The writer will also participate in the round table Mesa: la narrativa para los jóvenes en Iberoamérica.
The film’s opening musical sequence plants the audience onstage with Cooper’s Jackson Maine as he performs a song called Black Eyes for thousands of adoring fans. Bradley shares the screen with Lady Gaga. The star could be in the run to get a nomination for the Oscars. Actor and now a director,…
Brühl, who is best known for Good Bye Lenin! Inglorious Basterds, Rush, Captain America: Civil War and The Cloverfield Paradox, plays Laszlo Kreizler, a doctor focused on patients with mental health problems; in other words, ..
Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Rihanna y Sarah Paulson get together for the reboot of the heist franchise that had .....
The latest role may have been her most demanding and meaningful. Directed by and co-starring her husband, John Krasinski, A Quiet Place is an intense monster thriller punctuated with the fierce, determined Blunt.
Based on J.M. Ledgard’s novel of the same name and adapted by screenwriter Erin Dignam, the film revels parallels between time periods and points of view, the film opens with Vikander, a professor and scientist obsessed with the literal bottom of the ocean, who is embarking on the biggest journey…
A portrait that was an opportunity of a lifetime, as he puts it. The actor spent more than 200 hours in the makeup chair to become the iconic British politician Winston Churchill, and at the film’s end had carried around half of his body weight with the prosthetics that added 10 pounds each day.
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This book offers a compilation of literary and reference texts destined for Spanish readers of various ages, ranging from those who are being introduced to books and the language, but still haven’t learned to read autonomously and individually, to those who are already proficient in Spanish and are about to commence their university studies.
In Fall 2006, America Reads Spanish launched an on-line survey addressed to librarians in charge of Latin American collections in public, academic and research libraries in the United States of America, so that, in their capacity as experts, they would suggest works germane to the creation of a bibliographic Hispanic database which was initially thought would comprise 500 titles. The works would refer to Spanish letters, language and literatures: fiction, poetry, theater, essays, reference works and children’s literature.
In response to your demand, once again the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX) and the Spanish Association of Publishers Guilds (FGEE), sponsors of the promotional campaign America Reads Spanish, have published this core collection of more than 600 titles of books in Spanish, which is aimed to increase the use and reading of our beautiful language in the thousands of libraries, schools and book stores in the United States of America.