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 that you chose both pure enjoyable comedies and more thought-provoking films.
We hope #CinemaAtticCuarentena brightened these strange lockdown weeks up a bit!
We’d like to extend our immense gratitude to all filmmakers, producers and distributors that helped to offer this 92-film programme. Special thanks to our partners Instituto Cervantes London, Instituto Cervantes Mánchester, Instituto Cervantes Leeds, Spain Culture & Science UK, Film Hub Scotland and The National Lottery’s Awards For All for supporting this project and helping us reach new audiences.
Please note that some of the films were made available for a week by their authors and now they are not openly available to the public. In those cases we have used the trailers and we will keep updating this post as films become available.
AUDIENCE FAVS (Winners per week)
Week 1 – Eskiper by Pedro Collantes
Week 2 – Matria by Álvaro Gago
Week 3 – 7.35 in the Morning by Nacho Vigalondo
Week 4 – Desayuno con Diademia by Óscar Bernàcer
Week 5– The Hidden Smile by Ventura Durall
Week 6 – (Draw)
The trip by Toni Bestard
Buenos Dias Resistencia by Adrián Orr
Week 7 – (Draw)
Cucli by Xavier Marrades
Lo que tu dices que yo soy by Virginia García del Pino
Week 8 – Misterio by Chema García Ibarra
Week 9 – Decorado by Alberto Vázquez
Week 10 – Aliens by Luis López Carrasco
Week 11 – El Viaje de Said by Coke Riobóo
Week 12 – El Empleo by Santiago Bou Grasso
Week 13 – Elena Asins – Genesis by Álvaro G Sarmiento
What a great taste you have!
? 92 Films ?️30 Guests ? 13 weeks and 1 last word ? GRACIAS! ?
We’ll see you again in the cinemas!