CINEMAATTIC EVENTS ALL OVER THE UK
Cinemaattic films take all over the UK in May with special events happening in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, and London
We never thought our mad dream would get this far, but here we are, looking at our calendar for May and finding special retrospectives, screenings of Spanish classics in 35mm, a special programme promoting Spanish women directors, panel debates, talks, workshops… What an exciting month ahead! Cinemaattic takes independent Spanish films all over the UK
Let’s do it in chronological order:
MUJERES | MANCHESTER | Spanish Women Filmmakers at Instituto Cervantes Manchester + Panel Debate. In May 10th we take our programme MUJERES to Instituto Cervantes Manchester. For the first time, the Instituto Cervantes in Manchester will hold one of Cinemaattic’s projects with the Focus on ‘Mujeres’. F-rated programme to celebrate a new wave of female filmmakers coming from Spain, that will include the screening of 5 short films -amongst them the Goya-winner Los Desheredados by Laura Ferres- followed by a panel discussion. Estefania Cortes, director of Miss Wamba will join us to discuss the challenges in making one of the most award winning Spanish shorts films this year.
When and Where? Thursday 10 May at Instituto Cervantes Manchester
Tickets and information here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cinemaattic-presents-mujeres-women-in-film-tickets-44480331870
SIETE DIAS DE ENERO on 35mm | GLASGOW. Special Screening of Siete Dias de Enero (Seven Days in January) by Juan Antonio Bardem on 35mm CinemaAttic proudly present a special screening of J.A. Bardem’s classic anti fascist “Seven Days in January” on 35mm as part of this year’s Radical Film Network Scotland programme. With the help of ICAA and Consulado General de Edimburgo we bring back to life this touchstone political drama. A reconstruction of the tragic events of January 1977 in Madrid known as the Massacre of Atocha – an attack by right-wing extremists during the Spanish transition to democracy after the death of Franco in 1975.
When and Where? Friday 18 May at Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow
Tickets and inforamtion here: https://cinemaattic.crushdigital.co.uk/event/seven-days-in-january-on-35-mm-cinemaattic-radical-film-network/
HASTA LA VISTA BABY | LONDON Classic Spanish Shortfilms to celebrate the last screening of Cinemaattic London in Hackney Attic. We are moving house, new exciting hub to be announced soon. A special selection made by the London team choosing what we consider some of the most fundamental short films of Spanish cinematography.
When and Where?Friday 25 May at HackneyAttic
Tickets and inforamtion here: https://www.picturehouses.com/cinema/Hackney_Picturehouse/film/cinemaattic-hasta-la-vista-baby
RETROSPECTIVE TO KIMUAK | BASQUE CINEMA | EDINBURGH & GLASGOW
Five days of screenings, talks, masterclasses and special events celebrating Basque cinema.
Full list of Events and Talks here: https://cinemaattic.crushdigital.co.uk/event/retrospectivekimuak20-years-of-basque-films/
This year Kimuak celebrates its 20th Anniversary and Scotland joins the celebrations. Here it is, Cinemaattic’s homage to Kimuak: 24-26 May in Edinburgh // 30-31 May in Glasgow
Directors attending: Asier Altuna, Isabel Herguera, Maider Fernandez Iriarte and Kimuak’s director Txema Muñoz
SCREENINGS – EDINBURGH (Click each for info and tickets)
SCREENINGS – GLASGOW (Click each for info and tickets)
MASTERCLASSES AND TALKS
When and Where? Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow, Edinburgh College of Art, Summerhall
24-26 May in Edinburgh
30-31 May in Glasgow
Cinemaattic’s Retrospective KIMUAK: 20 YEARS OF BASQUE FILMS is a project supported by Etxepare Basque Institute, Film Hub Scotland and Accion Cultural Española through the PICE‘s grants programme.
This month we are teaming up with a lot of amigos. Thanks to Etxepare Institute, Acción Cultural Española, Instituto Cervantes Manchester, Embajada de España en Reino Unido, ICAA, AECID, Consulado General Español en Edimburgo, Kimuak, Radical Film Network Scotland, Edinburgh College of Art and Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow
Featured main image by @Laura Feliu Lloberas