DONT BLAME IT ON YOUR KARMA“
At the MIAMI FILM FESTIVAL 2017
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DONT BLAME IT ON YOUR KARMA“
Nominated for Best Costume Design |  Goya Awards  2017
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DONT BLAME IT ON YOUR KARMA“
Triumphal first weekend at the box office |  El Periodico  2016
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DONT BLAME IT ON YOUR KARMA“
Addictive and accurate generational portrait |  El Periodico  2016
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NOW OR NEVER
The miracle of Maria Ripoll: 1,3 million people went to enjoy the film that converted Maria Ripoll into the highest grossing female film director in Spanish history |  el confidencial 2015
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NOW OR NEVER
The best Spanish premiere of 2015 |  El Periodico 2015
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NOW OR NEVER
At the Miami Film Festival 2015
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TRACES OF SANDALWOOD
Has been nominated for 7 Gaudís, including best soundtrack.  It took home the award for BEST PICTURE |  Gaudi Awards 2014
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TRACES OF SANDALWOOD
Delighting in cross-cultural contrasts, follows two separated sisters |  Variety 2014
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TRACES OF SANDALWOOD
Audience Award at the Montreal World Film Festival 2014
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CROMOSOME 5
“A human chemistry is born that is transformed into pure cinematic magnetism” | Cine Maldito 2013
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CROMOSOME 5
Chromosome 5 is a documentary of loss and encounter   |  2013
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“YOUR LIFE IN  65´“
A bittersweet Comedy about Love and Death, an adaptation of Albert Espinosa’s theatrical work  |  EL PAIS 2005
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“YOUR LIFE IN  65´“
Maria Ripoll shoots her 5th film in Barcelona   |  ABC 2005
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“UTOPIA
Intelligent fantastic thriller using the tools of American cinema without losing its own personality  |  fotogramas 2003
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“TORTILLA SOUP”
Tortilla Soup adjusts a Recipe: inspired by Ang Lee’s ‘Eat Drink Man Woman’ but seasons a universal theme with its own flavors  |  Los Angeles Times 2001
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“TWICE UPON A YESTERDAY”
A Spanish film made in London with a mostly British cast |  New York Times 1999
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“TWICE UPON A YESTERDAY”
Warm welcome in Montreal | El PAÍS 1998
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Maria Ripoll, Student at the AFI in Los Angeles, lands an interview with with Denzel Washington and Julia Roberts for Catalan Tv “Cinema 33” | Los Angeles, 1992
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