Six folk you need to follow if you love films
It’s a good time to be a film fan like Finca Martelo. After the Christmas blockbusters, it’s time to put the icing on a year of great films and hand out statuettes.
We had the Goya awards a few days ago and the Oscars are just around the corner (You still have time to enter the Finca Martelo pools and win a soundbar and six bottles of Finca Martelo!), so now is a good time to start following professional movie goers.
This screenwriter, critic and presenter is a self-described “fiction junkie”. She has something to say every day on her Twitter account (@Kubelick) about the latest releases, great classics and everything going on at the various award ceremonies.
José Luis Rebordinos
Few people know as much about the movies (or will have seen as many) as José Luis Rebordinos. For one thing he’s the director of the San Sebastian Film Festival and a member of the European Film Academy, among others. On Twitter (@jlrebordinos) he discusses arthouse films that often only premiere at festivals.
In addition to following the latest news, Adriana Izquierdo leverages her industry knowhow to dig down on stories. She partners with several media outlets, has a television podcast called “Ohhh! TV”, a film one called “Este peli ya la he visto (I’ve Already Seen This Film)” and features as @Adriii on Twitter.
David Martos is the journalist at the helm of Kinotico, the film and series programme on Onda Cero. In addition to the radio he shares all the latest movie news on his Twitter account (
@david_martos). Premieres, reviews, festivals, fun facts… everything you could hope for from someone who has cinema in their blood.
In addition to being a regular contributor to Vanity Fair and Icon, Juan Sanguino is the author of “Generación Titanic: el libro de cine de los 90 (Generation Titanic: The 90s Film Book)” which groups together the thirty-two films that captivated a generation in the 1990s. You can find him on Twitter under @Juanlsanguino .
Although not exclusively about film, Todopoderosos is a podcast no movie buff can afford to miss. Each episode is dedicated to unpacking the life and work of a character or an illustrious creator: writers, directors, inventors…
When you finish following all these movie fan accounts, don’t forget to enter the Finca Martelo Oscar pools. Vote for your favourites and you could win a Sony soundbar and crate of six bottles of Finca Martelo.