Festival Of New Spanish Cinema Miami 2010Oct 21–Oct 28
The FESTIVAL OF NEW SPANISH CINEMA is back! And we’re sure you will find in its program the kind of stories you were looking for: Double agents! Awkward family gatherings! Crazy and boozy nights gone wrong! Unconventional romances! This and much more in your own city or very close, who can resist such a tempting offer?
From the 21st to the 28th of October 2010, the third edition of this travelling Festival will bring the latest works of Spanish filmmakers to the Miami International Film Festival in Miami, Florida: stunning debuts (Me Too, Three Days with the Family) coincide with major works of renowned authors (The Island Inside, After) in a program which celebrates the diversity and vitality of contemporary Spanish Cinema.
Other Special Activities –
Opening Night Reception: Thursday Oct. 217:30 pm Pre-screening reception courtesy of Freixenet Miami Dade College North, School of Entertainment & Design Technology in Room 21588:30 pm: Screening of Me Too!
Masterclass and Q&A with filmmaker: Thursday Oct. 21, 12:00 pm: In the Limelight with Adán Aliaga. Masterclass at Miami Dade College North, School of Entertainment & Design Technology, Room 2158.Friday Oct. 22, 8:30 pm: Screening of Stigmata at Raleigh Hotel and post-film Q&A with filmmaker Adán Aliaga. Co-hosted by Miami Beach Cinematheque.
SPECIAL OFFER: Films and Party courtesy of Soleá Restaurant.Enjoy a wine and sangria bar and a tantalizing array of complimentary Spanish pica-picas (small plates) at Soleá at the glorious W hotel. Meet filmmaker Adán Aliaga (Stigmata) and fellow film enthusiasts. Flamboyant, colorful, romantic and magical, like the flamenco music it is named for, Soleá Restaurant,takes you on a whirl of Spain’s most divine dishes brought to life in a contemporary interpretation. Buy the series pass and you will be a VIP for the party on Friday 22 after the 8:30 pm show.NOTE: Discount valet parking for $15 or public lot in front of the hotel.