• Short Film Show: Marvin&Wayne session I

    There was a time when Spanish films were all about flamenco dancers and macho bar regulars surrounding the young lolitas and saritas. A time when the cutting-edge attraction was to see how many fried eggs could the film start eat at once. A time when, unlike Fellini’s, the films were

  • Pablo’s winter (2012) by Chico Pereira, MIT Edinburgh Premiere

    Order tickets via Eventbrite: http://pabloswinter-efbevent.eventbrite.com/ M.I.T. (Tuesdays Invade Earth in its Spanish initials) is an initiative aiming to bring independent European cinema outside generic cinemas. MIT Spain has recently partnered with CinemaAttic to exhibit some of these precious titles at Summerhall Edinburgh -where else could you better be? MIT Edinburgh

  • Pablo’s winter (2012) by Chico Pereira, MIT Edinburgh Premiere

    M.I.T. (Tuesdays Invade Earth in its Spanish initials) is an initiative aiming to bring independent European cinema outside generic cinemas. MIT Spain has recently partnered with CinemaAttic to exhibit some of these precious titles at Summerhall Edinburgh -where else could you better be? MIT Edinburgh Premiere is an extraordinary good

  • Festival Closing Session

    Hey cinemaattics, the festival is now entering its last phase and it brings out the last three chances to catch up with the best of Catalan film industry – including an Academy Award nominated film, a Closing Session with exclusive surprises and cutting-edge cinema, and the finest film of this

  • Festival Closing Night

    The festival will close at the venue that has lately best represented our ethos -unique selection of films to plural audiences in unusual pop-up cinemas-. For the night at the unique basement of La Tasca Charlotte Square we will curate a selection of the best of the festival plus three

  • 2nd week Catalan Film Festival: short films!

    Hey cinemaattics, first week of the festival is now gone and the sensations were pretty good as the attendants showed us. In two days though we are starting the most inventive and freshest events of the festival: the short film sessions! Divided in two complementary blocks, the programme we have

  • 1st Catalan Film Festival Scotland, Nov-Dec 2012

    CinemaAttic, in association with Scotland’s Catalan Centre, is proud to present the 1st Catalan Film Festival to see light in Scotland. This initiative stems from our endeavour to organise pioneering festivals around the UK and it has come into fruition thanks to the interest of Scotland’s Catalan Centre to promote

  • Catalan Film Festival

    Hey all, here we go! Once again CinemaAttic is keen to bring pioneer initiatives as an alternative source of entertainment in UK cities like Edinburgh to which we hope you can respond favourably. This time we are bringing up the best of contemporary Catalan cinema because, merely, we believe the

  • 1st Catalan Films Festival Scotland, Nov-Dec 2012

    CinemaAttic, in collaboration with Scotland’s Catalan Centre presents its first focus season on Catalan cinema in Edinburgh. The festival will be offering, in five different venues throughout Edinburgh, 9 nights of feature films, documentaries, the best of Catalan short films and a conference by an Edinburgh-based Scottish author. Starting on

  • CinemaAttic monthly screenings this Sunday

    Hey cinematics! Once more we are back to the venue that has best represented our ethos in the last few months -unique selection of films addressed to plural audiences in unusual pop-up cinemas. It has been truly moving to see new comers to the screenings yet we are still looking

  • The Best of Catalan Short Films: Marvin&Wayne, Catalan Film Festival day 3

    When cinema is made, promoted and distributed by people with a passion for the medium the results can not be other than the excellence. Marvin&Wayne is a distribution company established in Barcelona since 2009 that nonetheless work with film directors worldwide. We will pay tribute to the diversity of Catalan

  • The Best of Catalan Short Films: Gaudí Awards I, Catalan Film Festival day 4

    Established in 2009 by Catalan Academy of Cinema, Gaudí Awards are Catalonia´s national film awards -a reunion of the best of Catalan cinema. Granted with international recognition, some of the films that will conform the Gaudí Awards sessions have only be seen before at festivals of the like of Biennale

  • The Best of Catalan Short Films: Gaudí Awards II, Catalan Film Festival day 5

    Curated by Catalan Academy of Cinema’s director Montse Majench, and not seen in UK before, this selection of films not only complements Gaudí Awards I but in fact enhances it -if you have seen the first you cannot miss the second; if you have not seen the first you must

  • Enxaneta (Human Castles) 3D, by Paulí Subirá, Catalan Film Festival day 6

    L’enxaneta is the little boy or girl, aged between five and ten, who summits Catalonia thirty-metres-high human castles. The Castells were declared Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in November 2010 and represent one of the most spectacular traditions in Europe nowadays. This 80′ film

  • Pa negre (Black bread), by Agustí Villaronga, Catalan Film Festival day 7

    Agustí Villaronga’s latest masterpiece is an atmospheric piece of storytelling of post Civil War Catalonia heightened with exquisite central performances. The film won nonetheless thirteen Gaudí Awards, nine Goya Awards, including Best film, Best director and Best adapted screenplay. It was selected as the Spanish entry for the Best Foreign