• 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

  • Spanish Short Film Fringe

    Hi CinemaAttic@s, we are so happy to announce a new and promising partnership we have established with a restaurant in town that, apart from having an amazing space for films and happenings, are doing really well in terms of providing excellent service and very fresh food! From this Sunday on,

  • Kimuak and CinemaAttic

    ‘School for film directors. A way station towards feature films. A genre by itself, to which even successful directors return. Short film are all that: small cinematographic works of art reccreating their own worlds. As they are outside the industry and there is no rrom in the commercial circuit for

  • LABCC 100viewpoints

    Segovia is living heritage. It is pure culture to be experienced and visited, to be seen, built and shared. Segovia Inhabited Culture has came out of the hard work and the enthusiasm put forward by the local community in their pursuit to become Segovia2016 European City of Culture. It has

  • Lucio Urtubia Anarchist and Mason 1/9

    Lucio Urtubia JimΓ©nez (born 1931 in Cascante, Navarre) is a Spanish anarchist famous for his practice of expropriative anarchism. At times compared to Robin Hood, Urtubia carried out bank robberies and forgeries throughout the 1960s and 1970s. In the words of Albert Boadella, “Lucio is a Quijote that did not

  • Luis Garcia Berlanga

      β€œIn cinema I echoed what it came up. What you find in my films is mostly pessimism though I could cover it up with a comic surface. I pursuit absurd situations out of everyday life, and some of them did genuinely turn up. During the Spanish Civil War, I

  • Final Week Spanish Film Festival!!

    Hi all, thanking you all so much for the two very special nights we had at The Third Door and Alba Flamenca last Friday and Saturday, we are entering now the final week of our Spanish Film Festival. Yeah, you’re still on time to catch something! THURSDAY 1st December, Block

  • Spanish Film Festival weekend

    Hi CinemaAttics, we hope that the break of almost two weeks we had from activities has provoked enough expectation for the remaining to come: we face now the core -and hence the most unmissable section- of the Spanish Film & Arts Festival Edin 2011 and have prepared a double bill

  • Spanish Film & Arts Festival Edin’11: second session.

    Hi all, after a very remarkable night at Inspace last Friday with the opening of the festival, we return this saturday the 12th of November with a new block of newly acclaimed Spanish short films and much more. As for this second session, CinemaAttic have opened a new collaboration with

  • Paper portraits, by Omar Arraez

    Paper portraits, by Omar Arraez

      Omar Arraez’s [1982, Alicante] career can be described as a gradual, ever-finer depiction of the human body, with special attention paid to the human face. Hence, portraits have been his core theme in recent years, with paintings, charcoal drawings and sculptures all deployed as key to his artistic expression.