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Spanish Film Festival - Perth

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The 2019 Moro Spanish Film Festival presented by Palace Cinemas comes to Perth from 24 April – 12 May exclusively at Cinema Paradiso, Northbridge.

The 2019 Spanish Film Festival presented by Palace welcomes Moro Olive Oil as principal partner for the national festival which celebrates cinema from Spain and Latin America.

The 22nd edition of the festival will be further enriched by the Cine Latino Film Festival sidebar, formerly a separate event in December. The following five titles are highlights from the curated program of 32 films, which will screen from 24 April exclusively at Palace Cinema Paradiso.

Opening the festival on April 24 will be the Best Film winner at the Goya Awards (Spanish Oscars) CHAMPIONS (Campeones). This critically-acclaimed feel-good film by Javier Fesser smashed box office records in Spain and stars Javier Gutiérrez as Marco, an ambitious and arrogant basketball coach forced to train a team of people with disabilities.

From Mexico, comes THE GOOD GIRLS (Las niñas bien). Directed by Alejandra Márquez Abella, this gorgeously mounted and beautifully played feature is at once a scathing and glamourous depiction of the wives of upper-class men in 1982 Mexico.

Argentinian comedy SUPER CRAZY (Re loca) boasts a lead performance bursting with energy and charisma from actress Natalia Oreiro as a woman who takes a remedy that makes her unable to stop speaking her mind.

Catalan Goya Award-winning director Carlos Marqués-Marcet’s THE DAYS TO COME (Els dies que vindran) expertly captures the complicated experiences of a new couple grappling with parenthood, in a film loaded with euphoria, heartbreak, and everything in between.

And Cannes regular Jamie Rosales returns with PETRA, a complex, stunningly shot melodrama that mixes themes of parental responsibility, artistic authorship, sexual intrigue and revenge, boldly told and featuring outstanding performances.

Tickets on sale Wednesday 27th March. For updates and more information, visit www.spanishfilmfestival.com or www.palacecinemas.com.au.

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Wednesday, April 17 – Thursday, May 16


Cinema Paradiso
164 James Street
Northbridge, Western Australia


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