Spain & Portugal

King Conqueror (2009)
Muslim Era (8th to 15th century)
James I the Conqueror (reign 1213-1276), King of Aragon, Count of Barcelona, and Lord of Montpellier
Ines de Castro (1944)
Muslim Era (8th to 15th century)
Loved one of Pedro I of Portugal (1357-1367); she had a tragic ending
Inês of Portugal (1997)
Muslim Era (8th to 15th century)
Loved one of Pedro I of Portugal (1357-1367); she had a tragic ending
The Jew (1996)
Muslim Era (8th to 15th century)
The Portugal Inquisition (1497 to l821) tries a converso (i.e., a Jew who had converted to Catholicism)
Non’, ou A Vã Glória de Mandar (1990)
Muslim Era (8th to 15th century)
Portuguese in Portuguese Colonial War review early history of Portugal
Torquemada (1989)
Imperial Spain (16th & 17th centuries)
Spanish Inquisition
Secret Passage (2004)
Imperial Spain (16th & 17th centuries)
Two Jewish Spanish sisters and a daughter try to escape the wrath of the Spanish Inquisition
The Conspiracy (2008)
Imperial Spain (16th & 17th centuries)
Deceit and betrayal in the court of 16th century King Philip II of Spain who reigned 1556-1598
Don Carlos, Infant von Spanien (2005)
Imperial Spain (16th & 17th centuries)
Bad relations between King Philip II of Spain and his son Don Carlos
Cervantes (1981)
Imperial Spain (16th & 17th centuries)
Cervantes (1547–1616), later author of Don Quixote, persuades Philip of Spain to join the Holy League and then becomes a soldier
Expulsados 1609, la tragedia de los moriscos (2009)
Imperial Spain (16th & 17th centuries)
1609 Moriscos expelled from Spain
El Greco (2007)
Imperial Spain (16th & 17th centuries)
A Greek film about the Greek painter (1541–1614) of the Spanish Renaissance
El Greco (1966)
Imperial Spain (16th & 17th centuries)
About the Greek painter of the Spanish Renaissance
Alatriste (2006)
Imperial Spain (16th & 17th centuries)
Heroic Spanish soldier fighting in Flanders in 17th century has to look after a dying friend's son in Madrid; King Philip IV depicted
Esquilache (1989)
Imperial Spain (16th & 17th centuries)
Spain under troubled reign of Charles II (1665-1700); (specifically, the Esquilache Riots of March 1766)