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

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.

This is the second part of a two-part feature on full-length films included in the 2017 PELÍCULA Manila Spanish Film Festival:

Las Películas (The Films)

Summary and other details of La Propera Pell by Isaki Cuesta and Isa Campo

La Puerta Abierta

Summary and other details of La Puerta Abierta by Marina Seresesky

Summary and other details of Psiconautas, los niños olvidados by Alberto Vázquez and Pedro Rivero

Que Dios Nos Perdone

Summary and other details of Que Dios Nos Perdone by Rodrigo Sorogoyen

Selfie

Summary and other details of Selfie by Víctor García León

Summary and other details of ¿Ta Acorda ba tu el Filipinas? by Sally Gutiérrez Dewar

Summary and other details of Tarde para la Ira by Raúl Arévalo

Summary and other details of Zona Hostil by Adolfo Martínez Pérez

Los Cortos (Short Films)

Summary and other details of Kalebegiak by Koldo Almandoz, Asier Altuna, Luiso Berdejo, and many others

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

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 five movies you have watched. 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, and 930pm, and. 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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