Instituto Cervantes Manila’s PELÍCULA 2015 (Greenbelt 3)

Instituto Cervantes Manila’s PELÍCULA Manila Spanish Film Festival celebrates the first leg of its 14th year with an 11-day long film showing in Greenbelt 3 Cinemas. PELÍCULA is the “most important showcase of Spanish Cinema in the Southeast Asian region”, and rightly so, due to the varied genres of films it offers. This year’s PELÍCULA includes comedy, drama, thriller, animation, documentary, and short films not just from Spain but from Latin American countries like Argentina, Colombia and Mexico as well. For the PELÍCULA Manila Spanish Film Festival 2016 schedule, please proceed here.

Instituto Cervantes Manila’s PELÍCULA 2015 Manila Spanish Film Festival

Instituto Cervantes Manila’s PELÍCULA 2015 Manila Spanish Film Festival

Schedule of Film Showing of the 2015 PELÍCULA Manila Spanish Film Festival at Greenbelt 3, Cinema 1 from October 8 to 18, 2015.

Schedule of Film Showing of the 2015 PELÍCULA Manila Spanish Film Festival at Greenbelt 3, Cinema 1 from October 8 to 18, 2015.

Here are all the full-length films shown at PELÍCULA 2015 at Greenbelt 3, Cinema 1:

Summary and other details of Stockholm by Rodrigo Sorogoyen

Summary and other details of Stockholm by Rodrigo Sorogoyen

Summary and other details of Negociador (Negotiator) by Borja Cobeaga

Summary and other details of Negociador (Negotiator) by Borja Cobeaga

Summary and other details of La Isla Mínima (Marshland) by Alberto Rodríguez. My film review here.

Summary and other details of La Isla Mínima (Marshland) by Alberto Rodríguez. My film review here.

Summary and other details of Paco de Lucía: La Búsqueda (Paco de Lucía: The Search) by Curro Sánchez

Summary and other details of Paco de Lucía: La Búsqueda (Paco de Lucía: The Search) by Curro Sánchez

Summary and other details of Tres Bodas de Más (Three Many Weddings) by Javier Ruiz Caldera

Summary and other details of Tres Bodas de Más (Three Many Weddings) by Javier Ruiz Caldera

Summary and other details of La Plaga (The Plague) by Neus Ballús

Summary and other details of La Plaga (The Plague) by Neus Ballús

Summary and other details of Loreak (Flowers) by Jon Garaño and José María Goenaga. Loreak is the Spanish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film to the 88th Academy Awards.

Summary and other details of Loreak (Flowers) by Jon Garaño and José María Goenaga. Loreak is the Spain’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film to the 88th Academy Awards.

Summary and other details of Hermosa Juventud (Beautiful Youth) by Jaime Rosales.

Summary and other details of Hermosa Juventud (Beautiful Youth) by Jaime Rosales.

Summary and other details of Ocho Apellidos Vascos (Eight Basque Surnames) by Emilio Martínez-Lázaro

Summary and other details of Ocho Apellidos Vascos (Eight Basque Surnames) by Emilio Martínez-Lázaro

Summary and other details of Ártico (Arctic) by Gabriel Velázquez

Summary and other details of Ártico (Arctic) by Gabriel Velázquez

Summary and other details of El Árbol Magnético (The Magnetic Tree) by Isabel de Ayguavives. This is the film I watched on Sunday, October 11.

Summary and other details of El Árbol Magnético (The Magnetic Tree) by Isabel de Ayguavives. This is the film I watched on Sunday, October 11.

Summary and other details of Todos Están Muertos (They Are All Dead) by Beatriz Sanchís

Summary and other details of Todos Están Muertos (They Are All Dead) by Beatriz Sanchís

Summary and other details of Aquellas Palabras by Luis Arroyo

Summary and other details of Aquellas Palabras by Luis Arroyo

Summary and other details of De Aliados de Masacrados by Ramon Vilaró

Summary and other details of De Aliados de Masacrados by Ramon Vilaró

Summary and other details of Relatos Salvajes (Wild Tales) by Damián Szifrón

Summary and other details of Relatos Salvajes (Wild Tales) by Damián Szifrón

Summary and other details of Gente en Sitios (People in Places) by Juan Cavestany

Summary and other details of Gente en Sitios (People in Places) by Juan Cavestany

Summary and other details of Milagro en Praga (Christmas Miracle in Prague) by Lenka Kny

Summary and other details of Milagro en Praga (Christmas Miracle in Prague) by Lenka Kny

Summary and other details of El Resto Del Mundo (The Rest of the World) by Pablo Chavarría Gutiérrez

Summary and other details of El Resto Del Mundo (The Rest of the World) by Pablo Chavarría Gutiérrez

Here are the short films shown at the 2015 PELÍCULA.

Abstenerse Agencias directed by Gaizka Urresti (15 minutes)

Abstenerse Agencias directed by Gaizka Urresti (15 minutes)

Chicas Day directed by Susan Béjar (10 minutes)

Chicas Day directed by Susan Béjar (10 minutes)

Cordelias directed by Gracia Querejeta (25 minutes)

Cordelias directed by Gracia Querejeta (25 minutes)

Epitafios directed by María Ballesteros (20 minutes)

Epitafios directed by María Ballesteros (20 minutes)

Inocente directed by Álvaro Pastor (15 minutes)

Inocente directed by Álvaro Pastor (15 minutes)

Pipas directed by Manuela Moreno (4 minutes)

Pipas directed by Manuela Moreno (4 minutes)

PELÍCULA films are shown at 430pm, 7pm and 930pm on weekdays, and at 2pm, 430pm, 7pm, 930pm, and 12 midnight on weekends. Tickets are at P100 (US $ 2.19) per movie.

From October 19 to 25, there will be an exhibit of posters of some notable films in Spanish cinema at the NCCA Building, 633 General Luna St., Intramuros. Simultaneously, PELÍCULA continues with the showing of iconic films of Spanish Cinema in the same venue.

The 2015 edition of PELÍCULA will have screenings in Zamboanga, Baguio, Iloilo and Davao.

All images are scanned copies from the programme provided by Instituto Cervantes Manila.

For more information about PELÍCULA 2015, or to know more about Instituto Cervantes Manila’s upcoming activities,  visit its website at http://manila.cervantes.es/en/default.shtm or its facebook page at  www.facebook.com/InstitutoCervantesManila.

 

 

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