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 Catalan season.
We wanted to state however that behind any geographical bound this festival may’ve been related to we’ve simply offered quality contemporary Spanish cinema – a rarity in Scotland.
Any support beyond this point will still be very much appreciated since the whole organization of this festival is based on volunteering roles.
Saying that, let the cinema speak for itself:
– Next Sunday 16th December we’ll be screeniing, for the first time in Scotland, one of the best Spanish films of recent years and Academy Awards Nominated Pa Negre (Black Bread, 2010) by Agustí Villaronga at 1:30pm at Cameo Edinburgh.
Pre-booked tickets have gone pretty fast so we strongly reccomend you to make your move to avoid dissapointments.
– Still on Sunday, from 8pm the festival will (un)officially close at the venue that has lately best represented our ethos where we’ll be offering an exciting selection of films in short format that will be refreshed by UK number one imported beer Estrella Damm and followed by a proper Dj set running until 1am.
The CinemaAttic Sunday menu of 9.95 for three tapas and a drink will be available before the screenings if you want to get some calories for the party afterwards….
The basement at La Tasca on Charlotte square believe us is a gem for nights like the one we have prepared for you.
Tickets and more info here:
Finally, the festival will close with arguably the finest film of the season: the stunning Silence before Bach by Gaudí Honour author Pere Portabella at Cameo Edinburgh on Monday 17th at 9pm.
Information and tickets here:
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See you around!