• HOGMANAY 2021 | 12 CinemaAttic Grapes to See the New Year In

    The CinemaAttic team wishes you all the best things for 2022! As is customary in Spain on New Year’s Eve, we eat a grape with each of the twelve bell strikes at midnight to attract good fortune. Extending this tradition to what CinemaAttic is most passionate about, we are sharing

  • FOCUS: Clara Roquet

    Disinheritance, swimming pools, and magical moments of adolescence – looming over all this, the omnipresence of a clock that never stops, ticking and tocking, marking the passing of time. We are immensely proud to offer a retrospective on the cinema of Clara Roquet, celebrating the release of her first feature

  • FOCUS: Meritxell Colell

    Images blend with personal thoughts. Life blends with the process of making films. The personal is political. Family, students, actors move in front and behind the camera in Meritxell Colell’s films. To watch Meritxell’s films is to participate in a journey, a process that is yet to be defined. Meritxell


    The Catalan Film Festival returns to Scotland 25 November – 12 December 2021 with a mesmerising programme of award-winning films, bringing summery Mediterranean vibes to heat up the Scottish winter. We are extremely excited to return to our favourite Scottish cinemas, while maintaining an online window for Catalan Arts lovers across


    Join us for a Mediterranean Summer Special film season featuring great independent Spanish cinema to brighten up your staycation. A selection of films that include festival favourites and most of the big winners at the Goya Awards 2021. We recover some of the brilliant films that were part of the

  • Catalan Film Festival 2020

    Catalan Film Festival returns with a hybrid edition 19 November – 6 December 2020. An exciting expanded programme of films that will bring Mediterranean vibes to Scotland’s local cinemas and households – as the festival adapts to the new reality by offering its entire programme of films, talks and events

  • Creative Edinburgh awards 2020

    CinemaAttic nominated to the Creative Edinburgh Awards 2020

    CinemaAttic is over the moon to announce we have been nominated for Creative Edinburgh Awards 2020

  • the art of return // Pedro Collantes

    The Art of Return (El arte de volver) by Pedro Collantes

    From CinemaAttic we present “The Art of Return”, a debut by Madrid-born filmmaker Pedro Collantes, recently screened at the Venice Biennale, where the reviews received herald a promising future for a new director we should not lose track of. Macarena García plays Noemí, an actress who, after six years in

  • CinemaAttic Favourites | Ed Film Fest At Home

    Our friends at Edinburgh Film Festival are moving online with an exciting programme shown at Curzon Home. They included some films that we love , so make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to watch these and support the Edinburgh Int Film Festival. They also have a hot line-up of

  • Bye Bye! Cuarentena Recap + Audience Favorite Short Films

    This is the end amigos, it’s been an absolute pleasure to share this thirteen-week journey across Modern Spanish Cinema with you! Before we shut #CinemaAtticCuarentena, here is the list with the Audience Favorites and most voted films each week. We love them all the same but it’s nice to see

  • cinemaattic 10th anniversary

    #CinemaAtticCuarentena | 90 Essential Spanish Short Films of the Last Decade Online

    #CINEMAATTICCUARENTENA – SUPPORT YOUR INDEPENDENT CINEMA “Al mal tiempo buena cara”, says the famous Spanish proverb To celebrate 10 years of CinemaAttic promoting Spanish independent cinema in UK we are happy to announce  CinemAttic Cuarentena | 90 Essential Spanish Short Films of the Last Decade, an online initiative organised by CinemaAttic, Instituto

  • mujeres filmmakers

    Six Female Directors We Are Watching

    CinemaAttic is very proud of offering a gender balance programme throughout the year. We do this without claiming a feminist flag, although we do believe in a better future without discrimination, but out of share interest in new cinema. In new ways to look. That cinema that has been denied to

  • Glasgow Film Festival | Our Top Picks | Spanish & Latin American Cinema at GFF20

    We are excited and amazed by the amount of great Spanish, Latin and Ibero American cinema that Glasgow Film Festival is bringing this year from 26 February to 8 March (BRAVO GFF!). We’ve seen most of these in festivals and here are our top recommendations (Yes, those with stars are

  • Communications Volunteer

    Communications Volunteer CinemaAttic is moving fast from a small Edinburgh-based film collective towards a UK wide organisation (Edinburgh, Glasgow & London) promoting independent films from Spain and Latin American countries. While we are transforming in a formal organisation we will maintain our rebel spirit and passion for underground events with


    This Spring, Basque Films take over Scotland as Cinemaattic present the retrospective Basque Spring: Focus on Basque Country. The Retrospective features over a dozen films from the 1980s through today, which range from cult classics to recent releases. Together they provide a multi-dimensional portrait of Basque culture, with its own