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Sydney Melbourne – Spanish Film Festival 2010

May 5, 2010toMay 23, 2010


Spanish Film Festival 2010 – Full Programme Announced - the best films from Spain and Latin America

  • MAY 2010:    Sydney: 5 – 16         Melbourne: 12 – 23       Brisbane: 20 – 30       Adelaide: 13 – 16       Canberra: 6 – 16     

 The Spanish Film Festival is back in 2010 for its 13th edition this May with a programme with over 40 of the best in contemporary Spanish language films from Spain and Latin America that will weave their Spanish storytelling magic for audiences in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and Adelaide.  Honoured by the Spanish Government in 2009 as the most important Spanish cultural event in Australia, The Spanish Film Festival is a window into the wondrous world of Spanish Cinema!

Full festival programme and ticketing information available from April 8 at: www.spanishfilmfestival.com . Tickets on sale Sydney from April 8, other states to follow soon.
See below for full film listing.
Further special events and special guests still to be announced.

Sydney:  Wed 5 – Sun 16 May at Palace Norton Street and Academy Twin Cinemas 
Melbourne: Wed 12 – Sun 23 May at Palace Cinema Como & Kino Cinemas
Brisbane:  Thu 20 – Sun 30 May at Palace Centro Cinemas
Adelaide:  Thu 13 – Sun 16 May at Palace Nova Eastend
Canberra: Thu 6 – Sun 16 May at GU Manuka


CINE CONTEMPORANEO – Contemporary Spanish Cinema
AGORA     (Spain 2009)
ROOM IN ROME    (Spain 2010)
PAGAFANTAS  (Friend Zone)         (Spain 2009)
FOR THE GOOD OF OTHERS (El Mal Ajeno)      (Spain 2010)
AFTER      (Spain 2009)
BORN TO SUFFER (Nacidas para sufrir)     (Spain 2010)
SPANISH MOVIE       (Spain 2010)
ROAD TO SANTIAGO (Al final del Camino)   (Spain 2009)
V.O.S.      (Spain 2009)
MAD LOVE (Amores Locos)        (Spain 2009)
THROUGH THE EYES OF OUKA LEELE (La mirada de ouka leele)       (Spain 2009)
THE LADY AND THE REAPER        (Spain 2009)

ALL BY WOMEN – Directed by Women
THE MILK OF SORROW (La teta asustada)      (Peru/Spain 2009)
THREE DAYS WITH THE FAMILY (Tres dies amb la Familia)      (Spain 2009)
NORA’S WILL (Cinco días sin Nora)       (Mexico 2009)
TOURISTS (Turistas)         (Chile 2009)
THE DRESS (El Vestido)      (Argentina/Spain 2008)
THE GOOD NEWS (La Buena Nueva)          (Spain 2008)
THE PATH (El Camino)      (Costa Rica/France/Nicaragua 2008)
RETURN TO HANSALA (Retorno a Hansalá)       (Spain 2009)
ONE WORD FROM YOU (Una Palabra Tuya)      (Spain 2008)
MATAHARIS        (Spain 2007)
OF HEART AND COURAGE (El esfuerzo y el ánimo)     (Spain 2009)

CINE EN ESPAÑOL – Cinema in Spanish
LEO’S ROOM (El cuarto de Leo)      (Uruguay/Argentina 2009)
GIGANTE      (Uruguay/Argentina/Germany/Spain 2009)
BAD DAY TO GO FISHING (Mal día para pescar)     (Uruguay/Spain 2009)
THE ARTIST (El Artista)        (Argentina/Italy 2009)
ANDRES DOESN’T WANT TO TAKE A NAP (Andrés no quiere dormir la siesta)       (Argentina 2009)
FRANCE (Francia)     (Argentina 2009)
HUACHO     (Chile/France/Germany 2009)
PACO      (Argentina 2009)

THE GIRL OF YOUR DREAMS (La niña de tus ojos)     (Spain 1998)
BELLE EPOQUE      (Spain/Portugal/France 1992)
THE DANCER AND THE THIEF (El baile de la Victoria)        (Spain 2009)
54TH STREET (Calle 54)     (Spain/France/Italy/Mexico/Belgium 2000)
CRAB TRAP (El vuelco de cangrejo)       (Colombia/France 2009)
THE PASSION OF GABRIEL (La pasión de Gabriel)       (Colombia 2008)
CASE 11.227 COLOMBIA       (Colombia 2009)
PARAISO TRAVEL     (Colombia/USA 2008)

BLANK CANVAS     (Australia 2009)
CELIA THE QUEEN (Celia la Reina)    (USA 2008)

THE MISSING LYNX (El lince perdido)       (Spain 2008)
MAGIC JOURNEY TO AFRICA        (Spain 2010)


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