Thursday 7 May 2009

IFI Spanish Festival

The IFI is running a Spanish and Latin American Film Season from May 8 - 16.

This year's celebration of recent Spanish-language cinema has a very strong selection of documentaries. These include our opening film, LT22 Radio la Colifata, which was a hit at the recent ¡Viva! festival of Spanish cinema in Manchester, and Night Flowers (Flores de luna), a fascinating historical study of a barrio in Madrid. The fiction films range from a Mexican science fiction flick (Sleep Dealer) and a smart Spanish thriller (Fermat's Room/La habitación de Fermat) to the latest seriocomic work from leading Argentine director Daniel Burman (The Empty Nest/El nido vacío)

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