CinemaAttic: The Great Escape (I just want to get away)

18th March 2016

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Spanish & Latin- American Short-film nights. A powerful curated selection of short films all with English subtitles with networking breaks for the enjoyment of both the Ibero-American community and the cinema lovers alike.

Every Cinemaattic Night has to be different from the previous one. To this mantra, if last month we wanted you to dive deep inside your own self with a bunch of minimalist stories the aim of our March program is quite the opposite: Break away.

Whether you are the mayor of Benidorm in the fifties, a Croat migrant escaping from your war torn hometown or you just robbed a bank there’s something pushing you to run. No matter how big are the obstacles you’ll keep runnin’. All our cinemaattic characters are trying to get away this month. Just like you. Some of these castaways may get into extreme sports, call a meeting with General Francisco Franco, arrange a marriage of convenience or simply retire to their dwelling place.

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We offer you a cheapest and handier option, book a ticket, get yourself a beer and seat back. CinemaAttic’s back!

Now pencil down folks this is important:
Friday 18 March 8pm Summerhall,
Red Lecture Theatre, Edinburgh, EH9 1PL
For an easy and handy fiver
£5

 

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