Pelikula/Película: Manila Spanish Film Festival 2017 – The Films, Part I

PELÍCULA Manila Spanish Film Festival celebrates its 16th edition with an 11-day long film showing in Greenblelt 3 Cinemas. The 2017 PELÍCULA Manila Spanish Film Festival starts on October 5, 2017 and runs until October 15, 2017 in Greenbelt 3 Cinema 1.

Here are the full-length films included in the 2017 PELÍCULA Manila Spanish Film Festival:

2017 PELÍCULA Manila Spanish Film Festival starts on October 5, 2017 and runs until October 15, 2017 in Greenbelt 3 Cinema 1.

2017 PELÍCULA Manila Spanish Film Festival schedule from October 5 to October 10.

2017 PELÍCULA Manila Spanish Film Festival schedule from October 11 to October 15.

1898: Los Últimos de Filipinas by Salvador Calvo. A must-see film by all Filipinos.

Summary and other details of 1898: Los Últimos de Filipinas by Salvador Calvo

Summary and other details of Al Final del Túnel by Rodrigo Grande

Summary and other details of El Auge del Humano by Eduardo Williams

Summary and other details of El Bar by Álex de la Iglesia

Summary and other details of El Ciudadano Ilustre by Gastón Duprat and Mariano Cohn

Summary and other details of El Comienzo del Tiempo by Bernardo Arellano

Summary and other details of El Hombre de las Mil Caras by Alberto Rodriguez. José Coronado is my favorite character in El Príncipe.

Summary and other details of El Jugador de Ajedrez by Luis Oliveros

Summary and other details of Frágil Equilibrio by Guillermo García López

Summary and other details of Jota, de Saura by Carlos Saura

Ricardo Darín is my all-time favorite Argentine actor. I will watch Kóblic because of him.

Summary and other details of Kóblic by Sebastián Borenztein.

Summary and other details of La Casa del fin de los Tiempos (Alejandro Hidalgo), and La Delgada Línea Amarilla (Celso García).

Summary and other details of La Delgada Línea Amarilla by Celso García

Summary and other details of La Mano Invisible by David Macián

Summary and other details of La Noche que mi Madre Mató a mi Padre Inés París

For a complete list of 2017 PELÍCULA films, please read Pelikula/Película: Manila Spanish Film Festival 2017 (Greenbelt 3).

 

PELÍCULA Manila Spanish Film Festival patrons can take part in daily contests and have a hand in voting for the Audience Choice film. All you need to do is rate the movie you have watched and do so for four other films. J You will get a chance to win a trip to Spain!!!

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.

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

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