Spanish Film Festival 2021

1135 Spanish Film Festival 2021

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The Moro Spanish Film Festival offers a curated selection of films we missed last year as well as some brand-new titles, offering film lovers a cinematic journey across Spain and Latin America.

By popular demand screenings now announced 17-19 May:
Rosa’s Wedding
While at War
Heroic Losers
The Goya Murders


From Spain, the selection includes:

Internationally acclaimed director Alejandro Amenábar’s (The Others, The Sea Inside) exposé of the 1936 Spanish coup While at War (Mientras dure la Guerra). Filmed across Spain and Argentina, it reveals the personal side of politics through the eyes of writer Miguel de Unamuno.

Trapped inside a small apartment where hidden secrets slowly rise to the surface, The Plan (El plan) sees three friends forced to confront revealing truths in this biting comedy featuring Spanish stars Antonio de la Torre and Raúl Arévalo.

Raúl Arévalo also stars in The Europeans (Los europeos) opposite Juan Diego Botto in an unforgettable romantic holiday adventure set in the wild world of 1950’s Ibiza, where dreams sometimes carry a sting in the tail.

And the dream of home ownership takes an unexpected turn in One careful Owner (El inconveniente) when a young woman must wait for a property’s current elderly owner to die in this offbeat tale of women’s friendship. Starring Almodóvar favourite, Kiti Mánver and Juana Acosta.

From Latin America comes:

Heroic Losers (La Odisea de los Giles) the number one Argentinian film of 2019. Heroic Losers is a homespun Ocean’s 11 featuring superstar Ricardo Darín and his son Chino in a comedy heist rich in local colour and unforgettable characters.

And highlighting the Australian-Spanish connection is Latigo in which Australian comic and filmmaker Simon Palomares visits Cuba to explore the universal joy of laughter in a film heralded as “The Buena Vista Social Club of comedy!”


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