Recent Cinema From Spain Film Series: Double Feature
Friday, 11/18/2016 – 06:45 pm – 12:00 am
174 E Flagler St,
Miami, Florida 33131
Cost: $15 (per film)
THE OPEN DOOR (LA PUERTA ABIERTA)
Miami Premiere, 2016, 82 min, Dir. Marina Seresesky
Cast: Carmen Machi, Terele PaÌvez and Asier EtxeandiÌa.
Producers: Meridional Producciones, Chester Media Producciones, Stop&Play Europa, Milciclos & Babilonia con la participacioÌn de Telemadrid.
Rosa is a sex worker who inherited the profession from her mother, Antonia, who believes she is Sara Montiel and turns her daughterâ€™s daily life into a living hell. Rosa does not know how to be happy, she cannot. The unexpected arrival of a new member to her peculiar family will give her a unique opportunity to find hope and happiness.
Q&A with filmmaker Marina Seresesky following the film.
Followed at 9:45 PM by
OUR LOVERS (NUESTROS AMANTES)
US Premiere, 2016, 88 min, Dir. Miguel AÌngel Lamata
Cast: Eduardo Noriega, Michelle Jenner, Fele MartiÌnez, Amaia Salamanca .
Producers: Bemybaby Films.
Carlos is a 40-year-old frustrated screenwriter. Irene, in her thirties, is clueless. They are still surrounded by the memories their previous lovers: MariÌa and Jorge. When Irene runs into Carlos at a coffee shop she makes him a risky offer: turning their boring lives into an adventure. Irene is a dreamer and Carlos has forgotten how to dream. Together they will do their best to be happy. There is only one rule: they canâ€™t fall in love.
Note: The film will be in Spanish language with English subtitles.
More info: For the past six years Recent Cinema from Spain, produced by EGEDA & The Olympia Theater in collaboration with the ICAA, has brought a rich selection of recent Spanish cinema to Florida. The annual series delights Miami audiences by celebrating Spanish culture, from art and music to food and film.
This yearâ€™s program includes THE OPEN DOOR (LA PUERTA ABIERTA), an award-winning drama with brilliant performances, OUR LOVERS (NUESTRA AMANTES), a romantic comedy full of twists and Spanish stars, PARTY TOWN (EL PREÌGON), a hilarious movie for comedy lovers, BOY MISSING (SECUESTRO), a chilling mystery thriller featuring Jose Coronado and THE OLIVE TREE (EL OLIVO), Iciar Bollainâ€™s critically acclaimed and touching drama.
Recent Cinema from Spain is the result of an initiative by EGEDA US, with the purpose of promoting Spanish films in the United States and encouraging their circulation to the public at-large and the audio- visual industry.
For more information, please visit www.egeda.com and www.egeda-us.comThank you for using Soul Of Miami!